Navy and Marine Corps scholarship

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 Navy and Marine Corps ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) scholarships provide financial support for college students who commit to serve as officers in the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps upon graduation. Here are detailed definitions with links for further information:


Navy ROTC Scholarship


1.Eligibility:

    U.S. citizenship.

    High school diploma or equivalent.

    Minimum GPA and standardized test scores (typically a minimum GPA of 2.5, SAT score of 1000, or ACT score of 22).

    Good moral character and physical fitness.

    Meet age requirements (generally, applicants must be at least 17 and not older than 23 by June 30 of the year they start college).


2.Benefits:

   - Full tuition coverage at participating colleges and universities.

   - Stipend for textbooks and other educational materials.

   - Monthly subsistence allowance (which increases with each year of enrollment).

   - Opportunities for summer training programs, including at-sea experiences and internships.


3. Service Commitment:

   - Upon graduation, recipients are commissioned as Ensigns in the Navy.

   - Typically, a minimum of five years of active-duty service is required.


For more detailed information, visit the [Navy ROTC website]

(https://www.nrotc.navy.mil/scholarships.html).


 Marine Corps ROTC Scholarship


1. Eligibility:

   - U.S. citizenship.

   - High school diploma or equivalent.

   - Minimum GPA and standardized test scores (similar to Navy ROTC requirements, though specific requirements may vary).

   - Good moral character and physical fitness, including meeting Marine Corps physical standards.

   - Meet age requirements (same as Navy ROTC).


2. Benefits:

   - Full tuition coverage at participating colleges and universities.

   - Stipend for textbooks and other educational materials.

   - Monthly subsistence allowance (which increases with each year of enrollment).

   - Summer training programs designed to prepare candidates for service in the Marine Corps.


3. Service Commitment:

   - Upon graduation, recipients are commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the Marine Corps.

   - Typically, a minimum of four years of active-duty service is required.


For more detailed information, visit the [Marine Corps ROTC website]

(https://www.nrotc.navy.mil/marine_options.html).

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