Army Rotc

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  1. ArmyRotCadet

    ArmyRotCadet New Member

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    does anyone know if an educational delay with Army Rotc exist? Specifically law school.. I know one does exist for the marines and airforce.
     
  2. AROTC Parent

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    Yes. From Army ROTC you can take an educational delay. Search Google 'educational delay army rotc' Med School, MBA, Law School....It may be dependent on Order of Merit but many do get the ED.
     
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    thank you. and i did, but the only thing that comes up is for chaplain
     
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    Of all the options, the best financial deal is to get a ROTC scholarship, serve a few years, get accepted into the Funded Law Program, and then serve 6 more.
     
  5. Just_A_Mom

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    You cannot go to Law school directly from USMA or ROTC. You must serve a couple of years of your commitment first. The program is very limited in numbers and very competitive.
     
  6. AROTC Parent

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    Contact the PMS at the schools you are considering. Boston College ROTC website indicates a graduate from 2009 got an ED to attend law school. It may not be funded, but that was not the question. It also may have changed since the most recent graduating class.
     

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