Each civilian-sponsored scholarship has varying eligibility requirements, but the common requirement is that applicants must be contracted with ROTC and in their junior year of college. Below is a list of available scholarships. Only one application is necessary to compete for all of the listed scholarships, but winners may only receive one of the Army ROTC civilian-sponsored scholarships. Do not submit more than one application packet. Download the MEMORANDUM for more information and application instructions. If you have any questions or need assistance with the application process, contact our Scholarships and Enrollment Officer, Mr. Mark Blumenthal, at (906) 227-2687 or email@example.com.
The USAA Scholarship
USAA provides Army ROTC with $35,000 annually for scholarships allocated to 30 deserving Cadets. The amount awarded varies from $1,000 to $2,000 per Cadet.
The Armed Forces Insurance General Melvin Zais Army ROTC Scholarship
The Armed Forces Insurance sponsors this annual scholarship program. Awardees receive $1,000.
The Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude Foundation Scholarship
The LTG Timothy J. Maude Foundation Scholarship encourages and rewards outstanding and deserving students in the ROTC program who have separated from the service under the Green to Gold Program. Awardees receive $5,000.
The Joseph Cribbins Scholarship
AUSA provides two $2,000 scholarships to Cadets who are either scholarship or Green to Gold Cadets pursing science, engineering, or technology degree programs.
The Armed Forces Bank Scholarship
The Armed Forces Bank provides two $1,000 scholarships.
The Association of the United States Army Scholarship
AUSA provides a $4,000 scholarship to the top performing Cadet.
The Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO) Scholarship
GEICO provides two $1,500 scholarships.
The Raytheon Scholarship
Raytheon provides one $1,500 scholarship to a Cadet majoring in science, engineering, or technology. This scholarship is open to both scholarship and non-scholarship Cadets.