NROTC scholarship students’ benefits include tuition, fees, a book allowance, and a monthly stipend. Room and board are not
covered by the scholarship.
Application for this Program is normally made during the spring of the junior year or early fall of the student’s senior year of high school. Initial selections for these National Four-Year Scholarships are completed by a Naval Service Training Command-sponsored board and are based on college entrance examination scores (SAT or ACT) and high school academic performance. Applications can be found at www.nrotc.navy.mil.
Graduates of this program are commissioned as officers in the Navy or Marine Corps.
College Program students receive uniforms and Naval Science textbooks at no cost but receive no other financial benefits.
Application for this program is normally made during the spring of the student’s senior year of high school and in limited cases the end of their freshman year of college. Applications can be obtained from the Unit’s website and should be sent directly to the Naval Science Department Head of the University of Idaho. Selections are based on college entrance examination scores (SAT or ACT) and high school/university academic performance. Students can apply to either the Navy or Marine option programs.
College Program students may be nominated by the Professor of Naval Science for a three-year scholarship during their freshman year or a two-year scholarship or Advanced Standing during their sophomore year if their grades and military aptitude marks are sufficient to warrant such nomination. Students who are not selected for a scholarship or Advanced Standing by the end of their sophomore year are not allowed to continue in the Program. Graduates of this program are commissioned as officers in the Navy or Marine Corps.
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