NROTC college program?

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  1. username22

    username22 Member

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    I'm confused on how to join the college program with no scholarship. Do I have to go to another website to sign up or is it separate for each school?
     
  2. murfthesurf

    murfthesurf DS - USNA 2020

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    Not the way to welcome a new poster to this forum. But indeed, there is quite a bit of information available on the net and even within this forum. First step, decide where you want to go to college and talk to someone there telling them of your interest. The website at that university may even have some great info. Then start working on getting in shape physically. Here is some info for you. I am sure it is about that same at most universities.

    http://navy.rotc.umich.edu/prospective-students/college-program/
     
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    AROTC-dad Just a dad

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    +1 to Vikings. You need to contact the unit you wish to join and let them know you are interested. There is still an application to fill out and a physical to be completed by your doctor etc. They'll also send you info over the summer regarding when you need to arrive for NROTC freshman orientation, what to bring, etc.
     
  6. rocatlin

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    The college program midshipman program is a great program -- whether you are using it as "backup" plan, a scholarship path (such as a sideload), or are just wanting to be sure that life in the Naval Service (Navy/Marine Corps) is for you.

    As stated above, contact the unit where you intend to go to school. Be prepared to make a decision of whether you want to go Marine Option vs. Navy, however.
     

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