Application Fees

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  1. WorkforJesus

    WorkforJesus Member

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    Hello All,

    I am currently working on my applications for AROTC, AFROTC, and NROTC. Due to the amount of colleges I will have to apply for I struggling with the amount of the application fees. Did anyone else have this issue? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!
     
  2. Melitzank

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  3. WorkforJesus

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    Yeah I dont qualify for waivers but my parents can't pay any. I do have a job so I guess I know where all my money will go this summer!!
     
  4. EDelahanty

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    There are a number of schools across the country, mostly public but also some private, which have detachments for all three ROTCs. That will get you some bang for your application bucks.
     
  5. kpo

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    Try to use the Common Application, if your school accepts it, because many schools will waive the fee if you use it instead of a paper app. I think the website is commonapp.org


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  6. Pima

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    I agree use common apps whenever possible.

    Also, jmpo, but do not apply to any college because it has a ROTC branch, apply because you want to attend school there. Every year there are candidates that get a scholarship, but not to the college they want and they spend the spring trying to transfer the scholarship or accept the idea that they are not going to their dream college.

    AFROTC scholarship is not tied to the school, but the cadet. Even if the unit is not on campus, they probably are tied to one nearby.
     

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