The different military branches each have their own program rules, structure and requirements.
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ROTC scholarships are awarded based on merit, not on need. If an individual is a high school student (junior or senior) or a college student (freshman or sophomore) and they can demonstrate skill or talent in things like academic performance, test scores and extra-curricular activities, they may be eligible for ROTC scholarships.
ROTC awards vary depending on when a student enters the program, what school they attend, and the branch of service they choose. Some scholarships provide 100% of the cost of tuition, fees and books for eligible students. ROTC may also provide a monthly stipend, or living allowance.
An armed forces recruiter can provide information on how to apply.