Army Scholarship Opportunities

National Army ROTC Scholarship

The Army provides three and four year scholarships to high school seniors as they progress to college. The application process takes some time and requires several elements. Students can create an account at Then follow the links to “High School Scholarships” and complete their registration.

Scholarship benefits include…

  • 100% Tuition or Room and Board (whichever is higher)
  • $1200 a year for Books ($600 per semester)
  • Monthly living stipend of $420
  • Scholarship students can request Active Duty, National Guard, or Army Reserve

Application Process includes:

  • Upload SAT/ACT Scores to student dashboard
  • Army Physical Fitness Assessment (1 Min x Push-ups, 1 Min x Sit Ups, 1 Mile Run)
  • High School Transcripts
  • Professor of Military Science Interview- May be conducted at any university with an ROTC Program
  • Two Essays (Why you are applying for an ROTC Scholarship/Typical Week of School)
  • Student Resume (Not required but highly encouraged)
  • Letters of Recommendation (Not required, but highly encouraged)

If you require more assistance or information regarding how to apply for an National Army ROTC Scholarship, please feel free to contact our Scholarship and Enrollment Officer, Mr. Robert Sullivan by phone at 517.353.3484 or via email.

GRFD or Minuteman Scholarship

The Army provides scholarships which are for Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD). These scholarships are available for students who are seeking a commission into the Army National Guard or Army Reserve. This means that once students on this particular scholarship commission, they will be placed in a National Guard unit of their state of choice or in an Army Reserve unit of their choice located anywhere in the United States.

The benefits of these scholarships includes:

  • 100% Tuition or Room & Board (whichever is higher)
  • $1200 a year for books ($600 per semester)
  • Monthly living stipend of $420
  • *Weekend Drill Pay of $297 monthly
  • *$1500 Annual Training Pay

*Students who are on a GRFD or Minuteman Scholarship are required to participate in the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) and will receive additional pay due to their monthly drill with a National Guard or Reserve unit of their choice.

To learn more about a GRFD or Minuteman Scholarship, please contact our Scholarship & Enrollment Officer, Mr. Robert Sullivan at 517.353.3484 or via: email. You can also contact our Army National Guard Recruiter, SFC Antonio Ybarra, at 517.353.3486 or via email ( .