ROTC IS vs OOS, regarding TAMU

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  1. SuaSponte

    SuaSponte Member

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    Concerning filling out the NROTC form, it asks if you qualify for In State or Out of State tuition at a school. I am very interested in TAMU, and every out of state student receives in state tuition (by receiving a scholarship of $1,000 or more,which OOS students are guaranteed for now). The part in parentheses is what complicates the whole thing though, because I can't exactly explain that I'll get in state tuition in the Corps there. I am sure that checking the In-State box will help me out, and TAMU is my first choice.

    Anybody else run into this problem?
     
  2. CadetMom777

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    You can check "In State" with no problem, because it is true. EVERY out-of-state cadet is given at least the minimum $1000 per year scholarship to qualify for in-state tuition. It is one of the incentives A&M offers to entice people to join the Corps.
     
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    Curious - do the ROTC boards already know that about TAMU? In the meantime, I think those questions should be answered based on residential status for each school.
     
  4. SuaSponte

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    Thanks for the advice guys. Neither way seems wrong, I'll see if I can ask some of the guys I spent the night with there (btw, great experience especially in squadron 17!).
     
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  5. adam49w

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    P2 is the way to go for NROTC!
     

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