Director, Candidate Guidance US Naval Academy 121 Blake Road Annapolis, MD 21402-5000 410-293-4361 800-NAV-ROTC (628-7682) www.nrotc.navy.mil *** Selected applicants for the NROTC scholarship program are awarded a scholarship through a highly competitive national selection process. Upon graduation, midshipmen who complete all academic requirements in the Navy ROTC program are commissioned as Ensigns in the Navy or Second Lieutenants in the Marine Corps. Navy Option midshipmen are required to serve a minimum of five years of military service. Marine Corps Option midshipmen and Navy Nurse Corps Option midshipmen are required to serve at least four years of active duty. Recipients receive full tuition and other financial benefits, including an annual stipend for books plus a subsistence allowance each month, which increases as you progress through school. NROTC scholarships do not pay for room and board or personal items. To apply for an NROTC 4-year scholarship, complete an electronic application at www.nrotc.navy.mil. This is only the first step in the application process. Contact your local NROTC recruiter for additional requirements. Take the SAT or ACT test as early as possible and release scores directly to the NROTC program using Code 0656 on the test registration form. (There is no other means of providing the scores.) For minimum SAT and ACT score requirements, please visit website above. Minimum AFQT (Armed Forces Qualification Test) score of 74 If the noted academic criteria cannot be met, other opportunities exist for an NROTC scholarship - please contact your local Navy or Marine Recruiter or NROTC Unit. Apply to at least 5 NROTC approved colleges or universities you would like to attend. Acceptance is your responsibility. It is advisable to apply to your university choices by November 1. Scholarship applications must be submitted by midnight (CST) December 31.
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