High School Students Four year scholarships are available and, in most cases, can be taken in addition with any other scholarship or grant you may receive. High school students who are applying for admission to MSU can also enroll in basic ROTC classes with no military obligation. To apply for a national ROTC scholarship follow this link: http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/hs_four_year_scholarship.jsp If you've missed the national scholarship deadline, its not too late, you can apply for a campus-based scholarship! Please, see our contact information. Call, email, or come for a visit and we will get you started. Scholarships include: 100% tuition & fees payment $1200 book allowance per year Free on-campus housing Plus, $300-$500 monthly stipend
MSU/Transfer Students Already enrolled at MSU or looking to transfer? Scholarship opportunities are still available! Attend our Leadership Training Course during the summer. LTC is a paid month long course at Ft. Knox, KY, in which all travel, food, and housing is covered. You will learn tactics, land navigation, and marksmanship while earning basic credit for basic ROTC classes. Attending LTC does not obligate you to join the military, however, should you decide ROTC is right for you, scholarship money and loan repayment is available. To apply and learn more you can contact us or visit our national website: www.goarmy.com/rotcScholarships include: 100% tuition & fees payment $1200 book allowance per year Free on-campus housing Plus, $300-$500 monthly stipend National Guard and Reserve Soldiers Are you in the Army National Guard or Army Reserves? Enroll in ROTC through the Simultaneous Membership Program. SMP is a cooperative program that places Reserve Component soldiers into officer-trainee positions with their TPU unit while they participate as full-time students in ROTC. SMP cadets are nondeployable so they can complete their college degree. BENEFITS: 100% tuition assistance Receive experience and serve in a TPU as a company grade officer. Receive a Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GFRD) scholarship if desired. Non-scholarship students may request GRFD contract, and if approved, are assured they will have USAR unit duty only. Receive pay as an E-5. An E-5 (2 year of service) is entitled to approximately $66.00 for one reserve drill. In general, a weekend drill is worth 4 one-day drills; $66.00 * 4 = $264.00 per weekend (before taxes), and aroun $220.00 after taxes. An SMP participant who performs 12 weekend drills per year could earn around $2,600.00. Receive annual training pay with TPU (an E-5 is entitled to $66.00 for each day of AT; plus Basic Housing allowance for the number of days at AT. Receive a ROTC subsistence allowance of $350-500 per month for 10 month ($3,500-$5,000 per year) Receive Advance ROTC Camp cadet pay during the summer of your junior year (approximately $700) One-year possible benefit: ROTC Subsistence allowance: 5,000.00 Weekend Drills: 2,034.72 Nursing Students Click here to visit our Nursing page. For further information call (606) 783-2050 to speak to enrollment personnel, or email email@example.com
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