List of AROTC Schools-Confused

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  1. ItsAllGonnaBeOK

    ItsAllGonnaBeOK New Member

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    Not sure if you guys can answer this question or if I need to contact each school. There are more schools listed on the AROTC application than appear in the GoArmy Locate Schools Webpage. http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/find-schools.results.html?stateName=ALL&schoolName=&x=40&y=0

    For instance, if I were to type in Michigan on the AROTC application, a number of schools pop up that are not on the GoArmy website. (Example: Hope College).

    So, even though they aren't on the GoArmy list, will these schools also qualify for a full AROTC scholarship?
     
  2. gojack

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    Lots of smaller satellite schools are not listed on the GoArmy site.
    Hope college is a satellite of Western Michigan University: ROTC LINK
    On schools that do not offer on campus AROTC you will want to find out when & where you are committing to.
    It can be long drives very early in the AM, and its your dime.
    My son was very interested in Miami-Oxford, but commuting an hour each way, to Xavier University,
    at 5:00 AM for 4 years, rain or shine... he decided to look at other schools.

    Search ROTC programs in the area of a non-listed school, one of them will be that areas ROTC program.

    Western Michigan University Army ROTC
    Affiliate Schools and Enrollment for non-WMU students

    Affiliated Schools do not have ROTC Programs on their campuses. Students who wish to participate in Army ROTC must do so through the Western Michigan University Host Program. We are able to offer Army ROTC scholarships to qualified students to attend our affiliated schools, however, you are not required to be on an Army ROTC scholarship to participate in the program.

    During any given year, the Bronco Battalion has between two and five students cross enrolled in affiliated schools. This means that the students must register at WMU for the ROTC class and lab and travel to the WMU campus for training. The mechanics for doing this vary. If you are currently enrolled and attending one of our affiliated schools, you must apply to WMU as a guest student. High school seniors and all others who have not already attended another college or university must apply to WMU just as if they were going to be a full time student here.

    GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY--Allendale, Michigan

    HOPE COLLEGE--Holland, Michigan

    CALVIN COLLEGE--Grand Rapids, Michigan

    ALBION COLLEGE--Albion, Michigan

    OLIVET COLLEGE--Olivet, Michigan

    KALAMAZOO COLLEGE--Kalamazoo, Michigan

    GRACE BIBLE COLLEGE--Grand Rapids, Michigan

    KUYPER COLLEGE --Grand Rapids, Michigan

    AQUINAS COLLEGE --Grand Rapids, Michigan

    CORNERSTONE UNIVERSITY --Grand Rapids, Michigan

    THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL --Grand Rapids, Michigan


    If you have questions about cross-enrollment, contact LTC Brett Johnson at 269-387-8122 or toll free at 1-800-WMU-ROTC.

     
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  3. ItsAllGonnaBeOK

    ItsAllGonnaBeOK New Member

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    Thanks! Appreciate the quick reply!
     
  4. clarksonarmy

    clarksonarmy Recruiting Operations Officer at Clarkson Army

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    First off, there are no AROTC scholarships that aren't full scholarships...we only have one type (unless you count 3 year scholarships that are still full scholarships once they start).

    You might want to check with each school. In our case we do not offer scholarships to one of our low density schools during the national process, even though I'm sure its listed in the application and on the website.

    Hope that helps.
     
  5. ItsAllGonnaBeOK

    ItsAllGonnaBeOK New Member

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    Thanks--that does help. I guess the best option is to check with each school, as it probably does vary with each school. With the low-density schools in western Michigan, you have to apply to Western Michigan as well to the school you want to attend (in this case Hope College) to get the AROTC scholarship. Sounds doubly hard--or at least 2x the work :rolleyes:
     

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