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  • 1. Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Receive full college tuition for four years, a stipend for books, uniforms, extra monthly allowance, and the best time of your life....
  • 2. +NROTC Scholarships...You want to become an officer?The NROTC Program was established to educate Program make their own arrangements for collegeand train qualified young men and women for enrollment and room and board, and take theservice as commissioned officers in the normal course load required by the college orunrestricted line Naval Reserve or Marine Corps university for degree completion. Additionally,Reserve. As the largest single source of Navy and scholarship midshipmen are required to followMarine Corps officers, the NROTC Scholarship specific academic guidelines.Program plays an important role in preparingmature young men and women for leadership and Full information concerning the NROTC Scholarshipmanagement positions in an increasingly technical Program is available from any of the colleges andNavy and Marine Corps. universities with NROTC units or from Navy and Marine Corps recruiters. A list of colleges andSelected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship universities is available on our website atProgram are awarded scholarships through a https://www.nrotc.navy.mil/.highly competitive national selection process, andreceive full tuition, books stipend, educational feesand other financial benefits at many of thecountrys leading colleges and universities. Upongraduation, midshipmen are commissioned asofficers in the unrestricted line Naval Reserve orMarine Corps Reserve.The NROTC Scholarship Program is available toqualified students who graduate from high schoolbefore August 1 of the year they intend to startcollege.Students selected for the NROTC Scholarship
  • 3. What to expect from NROTC.Curious to know what happens next...What is expected of me in NROTC? What happens after graduation?NROTC m idshipm en are required to com plete the Upon graduation, NROTC Scholarship Programcourse of study prescribed by the college or midshipmen are commissioned as Ensigns in theuniversity that they attend. Midshipm en are also Naval Reserve or Second Lieutenants in the Marinerequired to take several naval science courses in Corps Reserve. Midshipmen without scholarshipsaddition to their colleges prescribes course load. may also receive a commission through the CollegeDue to the increasing complexity of todays Navy, Program. College Program m idshipmen must serveNavy option m idshipm en are required to complete the at least three years of active duty service if theyequivalent of two sem esters of calculus before the accept a commission. The service commitm entend of their sophom ore year and two sem esters of times vary according to what community in whichcalculus based physics before the end of their junior the graduate has selected to serve.year. HTTPS://WWW.NROTC.NAVY.MIL/
  • 4. General Information for Applicants on a 4-Year National Scholarship(1) Citizenship. All scholarship applicants must be a (11) If an NROTC midshipman is disenrolledU.S. Citizen either by birth or naturalization. If the voluntarily or disenrolled for academic or disciplinaryapplicant is a naturalized citizen, proof of citizenship reasons after completion of the first year of study, theymust be included in the application. may be required to serve a minimum of two years of active enlisted service or making monetary payment.(2) Age Requirements. All applicants regardless ofscholarship option must be 17 years of age by (12) Applicant’s Physical (Medical) Qualification. ThisSeptember 1st of the year starting college and less is not required during the selection process; however,than 23 years of age on June 30th of that year. the applicant must be certified to be medically qualifiedApplicants must not have reached their 27th birthday for Naval or Marine Corps service before theby June 30th of the year in which college graduation scholarship can be activated.and commissioning are anticipated. Applicants whohave prior active duty military service may be eligible (13) Applicant’s Height and Weight Standards.for age adjustments for the amount of time equal to Applicants should meet height and weight standards intheir prior service, on a month-for-month basis, for a accordance with OPNAVINST 6110.1 in order to bemaximum of 36 months, provided they do not reach considered eligible for the NROTC Program.their 30th birthday by June 30th of the year in which Height/Weight waivers may only be submitted if angraduation and commissioning are anticipated. applicant is within body fat standards and regularly participates in physical and athletic activities.(3) All applicants must have a high school diploma orequivalency certificate by August 1st of year of (14) College SAT/ACT Scores. Qualifying scores onentrance into the Four-Year NROTC Scholarship Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American Collegeprogram. Test (ACT):(4) Applicants must have no moral obligations or a. Navy (including Nurse-option):personal convictions that will prevent conscientiousbearing of arms, and supporting and defending the (1) SAT: 530 Critical Reading; 520 MathConstitution of the United States against all enemies,foreign, or domestic. (2) ACT: 22 English 21 Math(5) Applicants must have no criminal record of military b. Marine Corps option:or civilian offenses. (1) SAT: 1000 composite(6) Student applicants with 30 or more semester hoursor 45 or more quarter hours of college credit upon (2) ACT: 22 compositeapplication or students already enrolled in NROTCCollege Program are not eligible for the Four-Year c. Valid Test Dates for any application is theNROTC Scholarships; these students should see the December before the selection cycle begins andprofessors of naval science at the host universitys expires two years after. For example: Fall 2010NROTC unit to discuss other scholarship application cycle tests are from December 2008 toopportunities. December 2010.(7) Applicants will have a military service obligation of d. SAT/ACT Math and English / Critical8 years, five of which must be served in an active duty Reading scores can be from different tests; applicantsstatus. can combine best Math with best English / Critical Reading scores to achieve qualifying scores.(8) Applicants must apply to and gain admission totheir five NROTC college choices listed on their e. If applicant is in the top 10% of his/her highapplication (notification of admission must be received school graduating class, the SAT/ACT test scores canbefore scholarship can be activated). be below the above stated minimum to apply; however, the tests must have been taken within the(9) Active duty Navy applicants are ineligible to apply two year time frame of the application period and afor NROTC program. Active members of other letter from the high school’s registrar verifying rankingbranches of the military may apply if granted a status has to be submitted.conditional release. Individuals who are scheduled forboot camp may apply provided they complete allrequired application evolutions (i.e. officer interview,signed statements, test scores, etc.).(10) Applicants may start the process of applyingduring their second semester of their junior year ofhigh school. Before the application can be finalizedand forward for selection consideration, they mustensure that a copy of their complete transcript sincluding their entire junior year is forwarded to theirNROTC Recruiter for submission.
  • 5. Marine CorpsOptionIn the NROTC Marine CorpsOption, you will receivesignificant financial assistancefor your education at one ofover 150 top universities andcolleges throughout the UnitedStates.The scholarship includes m oneyfor alm ost all areas of schoolexpenses including tuition,books, fees and uniform s, alongwith extra costs associated withbeing a full-time student.As part of the program , you willparticipate in Naval Scienceclasses and spend your firsttwo summ ers learning about theNavy and the Marine Corps.Then in your third sum m eryoull spend six weeksattending Marine OfficerCandidates School in Quantico,Virginia.After graduating college andsuccessful completion of theprogram you will earn acomm ission as a SecondLieutenant in the Marine Corps.For further inform ation orassistance see the MarineCorps Officer web site orcontact Marine Corps Officerrecruiting.
  • 6. NROTC’s Four-Year Scholarship Academic Tierand Majors for College Applicants...The Navy is preparing our officer corps of the future to General Engineeringm eet the dynamic challenges in the next generation of General Sciencetechnology and leadership. In structuring our academic Industrial Engineeringprograms to meet these challenges, undergraduate Manufacturing Engineeringacademic m ajors for NROTC Navy option midshipmen are Materials Engineeringdivided into three categories or tiers: Tier 1 - engineering Mathematicsprograms of Navy interest, Tier 2 - other engineering, math Metallurgical Engineeringand science program s, Tier 3 - Foreign language and Microbiological Sciences and Immunologyrem aining academic program s. In order to keep pace in this Mining & Mineral Engineeringhigh tech and diverse environm ent, approxim ately 85% of Nuclear & Industrial Radiologic TechnologyNavy Option NROTC scholarships offers will be awarded to Oceanographystudents interested in com pleting a Tier 1 or Tier 2 Petroleum Engineeringacademic m ajor. Pharmacology & Toxicology Physics Tier 1 Academic Majors Physiology, Pathology & Related Sciences Polymer/Plastics Engineering Aerospace, Aeronautical, Astronautical Engineering Quantitative Economics Chemical Engineering Statistics Electrical Engineering Textile Sciences & Engineering Mechanical Engineering Naval Architecture & Marine/Naval Engineering Students interested in pursuing Tier 3 academic majors should Nuclear Engineering examine the opportunities available in the Navy’s Language Skills, Ocean Engineering Regional Expertise, and Cultural Awareness (LREC) Program. Systems Engineering Tier 2 Academic Majors Agricultural/Biological Engineering & Bioengineering Architectural Engineering/Architectural Engineering Technologies Astrophysics Biochemistry, Biophysics & Molecular Biology Biomathematics & Bioinformatics Biomedical/Medical Engineering Biotechnology Cell/Cellular Biology & Anatomical Sciences Ceramic Sciences & Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Programming Computer Science/Information Technology Construction Engineering Electronics & Communications Engineering Engineering Mechanics Engineering Physics Engineering Science
  • 7. Navy’s Language Skills, Regional Expertise, and Cultural Awareness (LREC) Program.Annually, the Navy will offer this program to 20 - 30 students. The NROTC LREC program does not require attainm entof a specific level of language proficiency.Regions/cultural areas and languages available for study are listed below. Selected languages and regional/culturalareas must be related.Regional/Cultural Areas Africa East Asia/China Middle/Central/Latin Am erica Middle East Russia/Eastern Europe South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest AsiaForeign Languages Arabic Indonesian Portuguese Swahili Cambodian Japanese Russian Tagalog Chinese Kurdish Serbo- Thai French Malay Croatian Turkish Hebrew Pashto Som ali Urdu Hindi Persian Spanish Vietnamese • The Navy will activate scholarships upon the satisfactory development of a degree plan with the host NROTC unit and university and upon enrollm ent in the assigned academic major. NROTC midshipmen may lose their scholarship if they request a change from Tier 1 or Tier 2 major to a Tier 3 major. Similarly, Tier 3 LREC majors may lose their scholarship if they depart their course of study prior to graduation. • Academic majors listed in each Tier m ay vary year to year dependent on the Navys requirements, however once accepted into an academ ic m ajor and Tier, a student’s Tier status will not change. • A student m ay request a m odification from their original academic major. Changing from a Tier 1, Tier 2, or LREC major requires approval from a formal panel and will be based on the needs of the Navy.
  • 8. ~ John F. Kennedy ~“ I can imagine no more rewarding career... and any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his lifeworthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction: “ I served in the United States Navy.” “ What is Naval Aviation? Naval Aviation is renowned for the demands it places upon its flyers. The skills and concentration required to land a high-performance jet on board an aircraft carrier deck pitching in the black of night, or to track a submarine while flying at only a few feet above stormy seas, are not only linked to a solid academ ic background or to top physical conditioning. There is more to it than that; it requires a combination of talents and dedication that m any people possess, but few are challenged to use to full measure. What is Submarine Warfare? Midshipmen who select Submarine W arfare can look forward to a challenging career as a member of an elite, technically advanced, m ulti-mission com m unity. Newly commissioned Ensigns will find themselves serving on board the most capable submarines in the world today. Upon com m issioning every Ensign selected for Submarine W arfare will attend one year of advanced nuclear power training, starting with six months of classroom training at Nuclear Power School (NPS) in Charleston, S.C. What is Special Warfare? The newly commissioned officer from the NROTC program may elect to pursue a career in Naval Special W arfare, which is the smallest of the unrestricted line communities. The Special W arfare Officer concentrates on the development of skills in the areas of unconventional warfare, counterinsurgency, coastal and river interdiction, and tactical intelligence collection. To enter this career area, the officer must meet the various physical prerequisites, volunteer for hazardous duty, and request to be selected to receive Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUDS) Training. What is Surface Warfare? Surface W arfare is the "traditional" community within the Navy that employs surface ships for the missions of forward naval presence, sea control, and projection of power ashore. Surface W arfare Officers (or SW Os, pronounced "swohs") are the men and women who, as junior officers just out of college, lead the sailors within the many specialized divisions of a ships crew. Surface W arfare Officers are Navy officers whose training and primary duties focus on the operation of Navy ships at sea and the management of various shipboard system s. Their ultimate goal is to command a Navy surface ship.
  • 9. Nurse Corps Scholarship lorem In the Navy Nurse Corps, provide high-quality nursing care for Sailors, Marines and service members — and their families — wherever duty calls. Doing everything a typical nurse would do: - Check vitals ipsum - Treat wounds - Manage triage - Lift spirits, restore hope and mentor others Then step outside of your comfort zone. That could mean taking part in humanitarian relief efforts as well as outreach programs in this country and around the world. Collaborating with physicians, surgeons, cardiologists and fellow nurses as colleagues and equals. Developing the leadership skills that will set you apart.All Nursing Option applicants must gain admission to a university that As a Navy Nurse, you’ll elevate your credentials and set thehas an NROTC affiliation and offers a state - approved or National standard as you:League of Nursing (NLN) approved bachelors degree in nursing. If - Utilize some of the most advanced technology on the planetyou are selected for to receive the scholarship, all scholarship - Work at the best military nursing facilities on shore, at sea andawardees must major in a nursing degree program leading to BSN. in the fieldUpon our college graduation, Nurse NROTC Scholarship Program - Team with top health-care professionals on the highlymidshipmen are commissioned as regular officers in Navy Nurse respected Navy Health Care teamCorps. NURSING SPECIALTIES: Navy Nursing offers an amazing scope of career opportunities. Not to mention, the chance to mentor junior team members and potentially teach others. Navy Nurses can focus on any of more than a dozen sought- after practice areas, including: Ambulatory Care Critical Care Emergency Room/Trauma Medicine General Medicine General Surgery Neurosurgery Obstetrics/Gynecology Oncology Orthopedics Pediatrics Perioperative Nursing Psychiatry Recovery Room/Post-Anesthesia Care Specialty Surgery lorem ipsum [Street Address] [City], [State][Postal Code] [Web Address]
  • 10. NROTC Units are located at more than 156 colleges and universities across America...Auburn University (N) University of Michigan (N) Norfolk State University (N)University of Arizona (N) University of Minnesota (N) Old Dominion University (N)Arizona State University University of Mississippi University of VirginiaUniversity of California at Berkeley University of Missouri (N) Virginia Military InstituteUniversity of California at Los Angeles University of Nebraska (N) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityUniversity of Southern California University of New Mexico (N) University of WashingtonUniversity of San Diego Cornell University Marquette University (N)San Diego State University (N) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (N) University of Wisconsin (N)University of Colorado University of Rochester (N) Indicates a nursing program is offered.Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University State University of New York Maritime CollegeGeorge Washington University Duke University Historically Black Colleges and UniversitiesFlorida A&M University (N) North Carolina State University (HBCU) Allen UniversityJacksonville University University of North Carolina (N) Clark Atlanta UniversityUniversity of Florida (N) Miami University (N) Dillard UniversityUniversity of Southern Florida Ohio State University (N) Florida A&M UniversityGeorgia Institute of Technology University of Oklahoma (N) Hampton UniversityMorehouse College Oregon State University Howard UniversitySavannah State University Carnegie Mellon University Hutson-Tillotson CollegeUniversity of Idaho Pennsylvania State University (N) Morehouse CollegeIllinois Institute of Technology University of Pennsylvania (N) Norfolk State UniversityNorthwestern University Villanova University Prairie View A&M UniversityUniversity of Illinois (N) The Citadel Savannah State UniversityPurdue University (N) University of South Carolina Spellman CollegeUniversity of Notre Dame University of Memphis Southern university and A&M CollegeIowa State University Vanderbilt University Tennessee State UniversityUniversity of Kansas Prairie View A&M University (N) Texas Southern UniversitySouthern University and A&M College (N) Rice University Tuskegee UniversityTulane University Texas A&M University Xavier UniversityMaine Maritime Academy University of Texas (N)Boston University University of Utah (N)College of Holy Cross Norwich University (N)Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hampton University (N)
  • 11. For Navy or Nursing Option Scholarship questions or application guidance, contact an NROTCRecruiter or Candidate Guidance Officer at pnsc_nrotc_cgo@navy.mil or 1-800-NAV-ROTCext 25166/27272/22929/22356.For Marine Corps Options, contact your local NROTC Marine Corps Recruiter. HTTPS://WWW.NROTC.NAVY.MIL/NAVAL SERVICE TRAINING COMMANDATTN: SELECTION/PLACEMENT (OD2)250 DALLAS STREET, SUITE APENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32508-52861-800-NAV-ROTC