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A: Young adults must serve as Officers in the Army after graduation if they have received an ROTC scholarship, OR if they have enrolled in the ROTC Advanced Course. Enrolling in the ROTC Basic Course (the first two years of college) does NOT obligate someone to serve unless they have also received a scholarship.What is my students army service obligation for ROTC Advanced Course?
Q: What is my students Army service obligation to pay back any scholarship benefits, or for enrollment in the ROTC Advanced Course? A: Scholarship winners must serve for four years; non-scholarship Cadets who enroll in the ROTC Advanced Course must serve for three years.What is ROTC and how does it work?
What Is ROTC? Today’s ROTC programs date back to 1916, when the National Defense Act created the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) and Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) programs. You can find ROTC programs on over 1,700 college and university campuses nationwide.Does it cost money to join Army ROTC?
A. No. Anyone can enroll in ROTC, regardless of whether you're a scholarship winner or not. All ROTC books, supplies and equipment are furnished at not cost to you. Q. How often are Army ROTC scholarships awarded? A. National High School Scholarships are awarded once a year.