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The ROTC program provides a variety of opportunities to earn scholarships to pay for a significant portion of college expenses. They range from four-year scholarships for high school applicants to green-to-gold scholarships for enlisted soldiers. These scholarships are awarded on merit, which provide each individual the opportunity to show their potential. When activated, ROTC scholarships cover all tuition and mandatory fees, plus a stipend of $300 for freshmen, $350 for sophomores, $450 for juniors and $500 for seniors. On top of this stipend, students receive $1,200 annually for textbooks.
Visit the Go Army website to apply for an Army ROTC scholarship. We suggest you turn your scholarship application in by December 20th of your High School Senior year.
Radford University is one of 41 Partnership in Nursing Excellence (PNE) schools within Cadet Command. As a PNE school, pre-nursing majors with a 3.5 GPA are guarunteed admittance to the RU Nursing Program. At this time we do not have Nursing Scholarships available. Please contact us for further information.
Types of scholarships
The four-year scholarships are awarded to highly qualified high school seniors who have the potential to be leaders in today's Army. The process is very competitive and includes an application, physical, interview and diagnostic physical fitness test. The final deadline for the application is January 10 of your senior year of high school, although we suggest you complete your application by December 20 to be fully considered.
Three-year advanced designee scholarships
These scholarships are awarded to students who show a great deal of potential in high school. The scholarship's benefits will begin during the sophomore year of college. The student is required to enroll in the military science course and be active in the ROTC program their freshman year. The student may relinquish the scholarship at anytime during the first year of college with no commitment to the Army. The student automatically applies for this scholarship when applying for the 4-year scholarship.
Scholarships for 2 or 3 years are available as specified by the Army. We do not know how many will be awarded during a specific year. Students interested in these scholarships are advised to speak with their instructors or Cadre. These scholarships are awarded to cadets who show good leadership abilty, have above average grades and have passed their PT test. Please call the Army ROTC office at 540-831-5288 for additional information.
The Green-to-Gold scholarships are awarded to enlisted soldiers who want to receive a college degree and show the potential to be an officer in the army. Please contact your Battalion S1 for details.
Other military science scholarships
Available to current Military Science students. As scholarships from various organizations become available, we let those who can apply for them know of the requirements and application process.