- Renewable: Yes
- Number of Awards: Not Available
- Award Amount: Not Available
- Website: https://www.afrotc.com/scholarships
- Phone: 866-423-7682
- Fax: 334-953-6167
- Email: Not Available
- Address: 60 West Maxwell Boulevard Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-6501 USA
Several annual scholarships for high-school and undergraduate students offered by the Air Force ROTC to help them cover tuition and lab fees, along with an annual textbook allowance and monthly stipends from $300 to $500.
Air Force ROTC is a college program provided at more than 1100 colleges and universities in the United States. Its mission is to prepare future Air Force Officers and develop quality leaders while earning a college degree by providing opportunities to students to cover most of their educational expenses.
They offer a variety of scholarships to high-school seniors or undergraduate freshman students who are planning to enroll in an academic major related to technical fields relevant to Air Force ROTC. There are three currently available scholarship programs.
Type 1 includes full four-year college tuition, fees and book allowance and is created for students studying engineering, chemistry or meteorology. Type 2 includes college tuition fees up to $18000 and book allowance for students enrolled in technical programs too.
Type 7 can cover a tuition fee equivalent to a public school’s in-state rate and a book allowance. Besides the tuition, fees and book payments, all the scholarship recipients may receive a monthly stipend of $300 for freshmen, $350 for sophomores, $450 for juniors and $500 for seniors, together with travel refunding.
The deadline for submitting a first online application is December 1, 2019. At the submission, each candidate will receive a confirmation email with all the needed details for completing the forms, which must be uploaded by January 12, 2020.
- Eligible candidates must be United States citizens or be able to obtain the citizenship by the last day of the first term of the freshman year (for four-year offers) or the first term of their sophomore year (for three-year offers).
- They should be graduating from a high school or have an equivalent certificate.
- Applicants must be 17 years old prior to the beginning of the scholarship and under 31 years old as of December 31 of the year to be commissioned
- Applicants cannot be enrolled full time at a college or university (except for joint high school/college programs)
- Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
- They must pass the Physical Fitness Assessment and submit the Letter of Certification previous to the interview
- All applicants must have achieved an SAT composite score of 1180 on tests taken prior to March, 2016 (math and critical reading portions only) or an ACT composite score of 26.
How to Apply
The applicants must submit their final online applications by January 12, 2020 and include the following additional documentation:
- Counsellor Certification/Copy of Transcript
- Extracurricular Activity Sheet
- Physical Fitness Test
- SAT and/or ACT scores and GPA.
Applicants must remember to submit a first online application form (providing their personal information) at the scholarship homepage no later than December 1, 2019. At the submission, each candidate will receive a confirmation email with all the needed details for completing the forms, which must be all uploaded by January 12, 2020.