Scholarships

Four-Year Scholarship Program

The four year scholarship program is primarily for students that are in high school and interested in pursuing a commission in the Navy or Marine Corps. Scholarship applications are normally completed late in your junior year or in the fall of your senior year of high school. The application deadline is 31 January.

Scholarship minimum requirements:

  • SAT Math 560 and SAT Critical Reading 570 or
    ACT Math 24 and ACT English 24

 

4 Year Scholarship Benefits:

  • Full Tuition and Fees for 4 academic years
  • $300 per semester book stipend
  • $250 - $400 per month stipend during the academic year
  • All uniforms are provided
  • Paid summer training for the three summers while in college

APPLY

The four year NROTC scholarship is offered nationally. For more information and application, visit the NROTC Program Website. If you are considering attending the University of Kansas, please Contact Us.

 


Two-Year Scholarship Program

Students can apply for a two year scholarship during their sophomore year of college. Two year scholarship students will also participate in summer training after their junior year.

2 Year Scholarship Benefits:

  • Full Tuition and Fees for 2 academic years
  • $300 per semester book stipend
  • $350 - $400 per month stipend during the academic year
  • All uniforms are provided 

APPLY

The two year NROTC scholarship is offered nationally but the application is processed through the local NROTC unit. For more information and application, please contact us.

 

 

 


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