FY17 NROTC Navy Op 4-Year National Scholarship Selection Stats

NavyNOLA

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For FY17, a total of 5029 applications were submitted and 3936 eligible applications were boarded for the NROTC Navy option 4 Year National scholarship boards (including nurse corps applicants). Below are the averages for scholarship recipients, broken out by flavor of scholarship:

FY 17 National (FY 16 for comparison):
SAT Math 713 (693)
SAT Verbal 720 (702)
SAT Composite 1434 (1396)
Top 10% 52% (63%)
Top 20% 67% (80%)
GPA 3.83 (3.84)
Mil. Dependent 41% (42%)
JROTC 21% (22%)
Tech Major 88% (91%)

FY 17 National Nurse:
SAT Math 696
SAT Verbal 710
SAT Composite 1406
Top 10% 37%
Top 20% 58%
GPA 3.85
Mil. Dependent 42%
JROTC 0%
Tech Major N/A

FY 17 ISR:
SAT Math 702
SAT Verbal 711
SAT Composite 1413
Top 10% 56%
Top 20% 75%
GPA 3.83
Mil. Dependent 45%
JROTC 22%
Tech Major 92%

FY 17 ASR:
SAT Math 635
SAT Verbal 629
SAT Composite 1264
Top 10% 38%
Top 20% 65%
GPA 3.71
Mil. Dependent 35%
JROTC 100%
Tech Major 94%

FY 17 MSISR:
SAT Math 588
SAT Verbal 605
SAT Composite 1193
Top 10% 20%
Top 20% 40%
GPA 3.50
Mil. Dependent 38%
JROTC 70%
Tech Major 67%

Keep in mind that the above data primarily provides insight into the average standardized test scores and high school GPAs for selected applicants; there are many other factors considered.
 

WrestlingDad

New Member
Thanks for this information. Are there any actual statistics on #of applications, offers and acceptances by each of these categories and Academic Tiers?
 
NavyNOLA,

Did the source document break out LREC scholarships? Or are they simply included as part of the 12% that are not tech majors?
 
Thanks for posting those. The ISR numbers are right there with the National numbers. I wonder what it is they see in a candidate to award an ISR.

No ACT numbers?
 

NavyNOLA

Member
Thanks for posting those. The ISR numbers are right there with the National numbers. I wonder what it is they see in a candidate to award an ISR.

No ACT numbers?
Years ago, when more scholarships were offered and average SATs were in the low 1300s, ISRs served an important purpose. Now, yes, they seem to more or less jive with the average student awarded a National scholarship.
 
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