How many AFROTC scholarships are awarded?
Air Force ROTC For the academic year 2018-2019, more than 5,000 high school senior applications for the scholarship were reviewed. About 2,300 applicants were awarded a scholarship.
What are the chances of getting an AFROTC scholarship?
Chances of Receiving a Scholarship During 2018, 51% of applicants received a scholarship. A majority of these were Type 7 scholarships. You can read more about your chances of winning a scholarship here.
Do you have to pay back AFROTC scholarship?
After the freshman year, if one withdraws or is disenrolled they will be obligated to repay all scholarship payments and/or serve on active duty as an enlisted person.
What GPA do you need for AFROTC scholarship?
To be eligible for scholarship consideration, the student must achieve an SAT critical reading/math composite of 1100 or an ACT score of 24 and attain a cumulative unweighted GPA of at least 3.0.
What is a Type 7 AFROTC scholarship?
Type 7 Scholarship: This covers tuition equivalent to a public college or university’s in-state tuition rate and a book allowance for four years. This scholarship can be converted to a three-year Type 2 scholarship at qualifying colleges and universities beginning in the fall of the student’s sophomore year.
Can you be married in AFROTC?
No, you can get married in NROTC whenever you want.
How much does a 2lt make in the Air Force?
A Second Lieutenant is a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force at DoD paygrade O-1. A Second Lieutenant receives a monthly basic pay salary starting at $3,477 per month, with raises up to $4,376 per month once they have served for over 3 years.
What is a Type 1 AFROTC scholarship?
Type 1: Pays full college tuition (to any school in the country with AFROTC program), most degree fees and $900 per year for books. Approximately 5-10% of our four-year scholarship winners will be offered a Type 1 scholarship (mostly in technical fields).
How many AFROTC Type 1 scholarships are there?
Only 5% of all scholarships are type 1. Unlike, SAs, the AFROTC scholarship starts on a national level.
How are AFROTC scholarships awarded?
The program awards scholarships based on merit during two selection phases (fall and spring semesters). Note: AFROTC Scholarships do not cover room and board. Reserved for Commanders’ In-College Scholarships (CICS) offered to cadets pursuing a technical major.
Can Air Force ROTC cadets compete for scholarships?
AIR FORCE ROTC CADETS CAN COMPETE FOR A SCHOLARSHIP The In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP) aims to recruit and retain freshmen and sophomores in specified academic majors at a college or university with a host or crosstown Air Force ROTC program.
What is a CICS scholarship in the Air Force?
Type 1 Reserved for Commanders’ In-College Scholarships (CICS) offered to cadets pursuing a technical major. It pays 100 percent tuition and authorized fees at any public or private institution with an Air Force ROTC detachment. Selectees also receive a monthly living expense stipend and an annual book stipend.
What is the in-college scholarship program (ICSP)?
In addition to detachment-specific scholarship opportunities, freshman and sophomore students may be eligible for the In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP). The program awards scholarships based on merit during two selection phases (fall and spring semesters).