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Scholarships for High School students

Types 4-Year and 3-Year AD (Advanced Designee)
Benefits Full tuition per year, $1,200 per year for books, plus First-Year students receive $3,000; Sophomores $3,500; Juniors $4,500; and Seniors receive $5,000 per year for expenses. Room and board or similar benefit granted by several schools.
Eligibility Must meet all basic requirements plus the following:
920 SAT score or 19 ACT Score
Submission
Timelines
Applications are submitted over the internet to Cadet Command by 10 January of the Senior Year.
Obligations In School: 
Attend Military Science Class, Leadership Lab, and Physical Training.  Attend Leadership Development Assessment Camp.
After graduation:
4 years on active duty as a commissioned officer, followed by four years in the National Guard, Reserves, or Individual Ready Reserves

Scholarships for College students (grad/undergrad) (Campus-Based Scholarship Program)

Types 3-Year, 2-Year, and 2-Year GRFD (Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty)
Benefits Full tuition per year, $1,200 per year for books, plus First-Year students receive $3,000; Sophomores $3,500; Juniors $4,500; and Seniors receive $5,000 per year for expenses.
Eligibility

Must meet all basic requirements plus the following:

All types: Have a 2.5 cumulative GPA before the scholarship period begins.

2-Year, 2-Year GRFD): Complete sophomore year before scholarship period begins.

3-Year: Complete year one before scholarship period begins.

Submission
Timelines
Applications are due to the ROTC Office by 1 Feb each year.
Obligations In School: 
Attend Military Science Class, Leadership Lab, and Physical Training. Attend Leadership Development Assessment Camp.
After graduation:
2- and 3-Year
4 years on active duty as a commissioned officer, followed by four years in the National Guard, Reserves, or Individual Ready Reserves
GRFD
8 years in the Guard or Reserves

Scholarships for Military Personnel (Green-to-Gold Scholarship Program)

Types 2-, 3-, and 4-Year
Benefits Full tuition per year, $1,200 per year for books, plus First-Year students receive $3,000; Sophomores $3,500; Juniors $4,500; and Seniors receive $5,000 per year for expenses.
Eligibility Must meet all basic requirements plus the following: 
TBP
Submission
Timelines
Applications are due to Cadet Command by 15 Apr.
Obligations
In school:
Attend Military Science Class, Leadership Lab, and Physical Training.  Attend Leadership Development Assessment Camp.
After graduation: 
4 years on active duty as a commissioned officer, followed by four years in the National Guard, Reserves, or Individual Ready Reserves