Air Force ROTC Scholarship
Air Force ROTC scholarships and information on the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s scholarship for AFROTC.
What if you didn’t have to worry about how to pay for college? Air Force ROTC offers a variety of scholarships that will help relieve the financial burden of your college education. That way, you can focus on preparing for your future.
Air Force ROTC scholarships cover your tuition and most lab fees. Also, you’ll receive an annual textbook allowance and up to a $500 spending cash monthly stipend. A variety of full and partial scholarships are available, and certain scholarships have specific requirements. You can learn more about that here.
You’re under no obligation by simply applying for an Air Force ROTC scholarship. However, if you are awarded a scholarship, you become obligated when you accept and sign an agreement with the United States Air Force. If you are under legal age in the state where the school is located, your parent or legal guardian signs this agreement.
You will agree to:
- Enroll in the academic major for which the scholarship is offered.
- Enroll in Air Force ROTC beginning with the 2018 fall term.
- Complete a 24-day summer field training course at Maxwell AFB, Alabama (usually between your sophomore and junior years).
- Complete Air Force ROTC General Military Course (GMC) your freshman and sophomore years and the Professional Officer Course (POC) your junior and senior years.
- Accept a commission as an Air Force Officer and serve at least four years on active duty.
Upload required forms here.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha will offer a Housing Scholarship to ROTC students admitted or enrolled who are eligible for a Regents Scholarship and have been awarded an Air Force ROTC Scholarship. The UNO ROTC Housing Scholarship would cover the cost of housing for 12 months and would be offered in lieu of the Regents Scholarship. The ROTC Housing Scholarship is renewable and a student may hold it for up to four years. ROTC Housing Scholarship recipients who opt out of the ROTC program, but remain enrolled at UNO, would have the Regents Scholarship reinstated, assuming that renewal criteria had been met.
Also, University of Nebraska at Omaha offers a ROTC Living Community on Campus for students to live in: http://www.unomaha.edu/student-life/housing-and-residential-life/residential-learning-communities.php