You do not need a scholarship to be a member of Air Force ROTC and earn a commission as an active duty second lieutenant.
To be eligible for scholarship consideration, you must achieve an SAT composite of 1180 (math and critical reading portions only) or ACT composite of 26 and attain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. 80% of scholarships are offered to engineering, scientific/technical, and critical foreign language majors.
All Air Force ROTC scholarships are highly competitive and selected at a national level. Most scholarships are offered to high school seniors. Air Force ROTC offers some types of scholarships to full time students participating in the program. When these in-college scholarships are available, the applications are offered to eligible cadets currently enrolled in the program.
AFROTC scholarship recipients receive funds for all of or part of university tuition, book expenses, as well as a monthly stipend for spending money.
To apply for a high school scholarship, visit http://www.afrotc.com/scholarships
To find out more information, follow the appropriate links below.