For those students interested in national service and that have been accepted into a graduate program at the University of Idaho and have at least four semesters left, the University of Idaho Army ROTC program has numerous opportunities for you!
Army ROTC is the best leadership training program on campus. Army ROTC is an elective that uses experiential learning to train the future leaders of the Army while they get a degree. Students in the program are part of an organization that takes care of each other, has high ethical and moral standards, and is highly successful at graduating and commissioning it’s members. After graduating and commissioning new officers will either serve in the Army Reserve, National Guard, or on Active Duty.
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Two Year Campus Based Scholarships for Grad Students are available. The scholarship pays for tuition or room and board, books, and a monthly stipend.
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Those not eligible for a campus based scholarship may be eligible for a two year Guaranteed Reserve Forces Scholarship or the Simultaneous Membership Program.
LTC/Summer Job Opportunity: Most graduate students will have to participate in the Leadership Training Camp(LTC) which is a four week program at Fort Knox offered during the summer. LTC is designed to provide a basic set of knowledge about the Army. Currently there is a $5,000 dollar bonus for those students that go to LTC and contract with the Army ROTC program.
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