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Scholarships

AFROTC offers scholarships for qualified individuals. More information on AFROTC scholarships and how to apply for AFROTC scholarships can be found at AFROTC.com.

Scholarship Types

  • High School Scholarships (HSSP): The High School Scholarship Program is open to high school seniors or high school graduates who have not attended college. HSSP scholarships are announced annually through the Air Force ROTC website. This website contains information regarding eligibility, application procedures, and the online application. Students can only apply for the HSSP program via the website.
  • In-College Scholarship Program (ISCP): Depending upon the availability of Air Force funding, the In-College Scholarship Program might be available to AS 100 and AS 200 level cadets. This is a national competition that will pay for the cost of tuition, books and a tax-free stipend. Sometimes there are two opportunities a year to compete, so it's vital that cadets work hard to complete all the necessary requirement to be eligible. The competition is tough and most of the cadets that are doing well in the technical majors and world languages tend to get the lion's share of the scholarships. 

All information regarding the In-College Scholarship program will flow from HQ AFROTC directly to our Recruiting Flight Commander.  Due to constantly changing information, this program isn't posted on the national website.  For the most current information, please feel free to contact the detachment at (910) 672-1464 or by email at AirForceROTC.group@uncfsu.edu

Scholarship Information

  • All scholarships include an up to $600 annual book allowance.
  • All scholarships include a monthly stipend of $250 to $500.
  • All academic majors are eligible to compete. 80% of scholarships are awarded to technical majors.
  • All non-technical majors offered at Det 607 are eligible to compete for AFROTC scholarships.

 

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