Discussion in 'ROTC' started by considering rotc, Jul 13, 2009.
If you go to the GoArmy site and under ROTC section you can search schools. Search for all schools in all states and it will generate a state by state list with description of benefits that the schools may offer as extras. Unfortunately you have to go school by school to find out, but it's a very complete list.
List of NROTC Room and Board Schools
A very resourceful mom on another board found a great list somewhere of schools and their offerings of room and board for Navy ROTC kids. I thought folks over here might be interested so here it is
ROOM & BOARD PROVISIONS FOR 4-YEAR NROTC SCHOLARSHIPS NOTE: This list is intended to be used as a guideline reference for NROTC Scholarship Applicants. No guarantee is made or implied that these benefits will be granted to the applicant. These benefits are offered by the individual colleges and are in no way supported or funded by the U.S. Navy. It is the applicant’s responsibility to verify current availability of room and board provisions directly with the desired college or university.
1. College Boston University 061 (617) 353-2000 Free Room & Board
2. Carnegie-Mellon University 067 (412) 268-2000 Free Room & Board (on a case by case basis)
3. Florida A&M University 009 (850) 599-3796 Free Room & Board (nomination from NROTC unit)
4. George Washington University 063 (202) 994-1000 Free Room & Board (prior active duty recipients) (tech majors eligible for a stipend of $4000 for room & board)
5. College of the Holy Cross 011 800) 442-2421 Free Room & Board
6. Washington State University 012 (509) 335-3564 Free Room & Board
7. Illinois Institute of Technology 013 (312) 567-3000 Free Room & Board
8. Iowa State University 015 (515) 294-4111 $2000/year Room & Board (top 25% incoming freshmen)
9. Jacksonville University 016 (904) 744-3950 Free Room & Board
10. Maine Maritime Academy 019 (800) 227-8465 Free Room & Board
11. Marquette University 020 (608) 262-3961 Free Room & Board
12. Michigan, University of 023 (734) 764-1817 Room & Board Scholarship (eng students, case by case)
13. Mississippi, University of 025 (662) 915-7211 Free Room (out of state residents)
14. Missouri, University of 026 (573) 882-2456 $1000/year to Free Room & Board (varies)
15. New York Maritime College 056 (718) 409-7220 Free Room & Board
16. Norwich University 065 (800) 468-6679 Free Room & Board
17. Prairie View A&M University 038 (409) 857-2310 Free Room & Board
18. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 040 (518) 276-6000 Free Room & Board
19. Rochester, University of 042 (716) 275-6111 Free Room & Board
20. San Diego, University of 059 (619) 260-4600 75% Room & Board
21. Savannah State University 043 (800) 788-0478 Free Room & Board
22. Southern California, University 045 (213) 746-1879 $2500/year Room & Board
23. Southern University and A&M 046 (225) 771-2430 Free Room & Board
24. Louisiana State University 046 (225) 388-1175 Free Room & Board
25. Tulane University 049 (504) 865-5000 Free Room & Board
drexel university gives free room and 25 percent discount on board to ROTC scholarship recipients.
check the room and board thread on this board, I've listed all the monetary incentives and room and board offered by schools for AROTC scholarship winners.
That was a great service you did posting this information- I've made the other thread into a sticky as this question will be raised time and again as the year goes on.
My son and I spoke in Dec. 2013 with LT. Ellison in recruiting at Univ. of Mississippi, and he said it is absolutely untrue that students at Ole Miss on NROTC get free rooms. He'd never heard of it. Somebody else might want to check.
That list is not totally accurate. Louisiana state university does not offer free room and board. DS is a MSI at LSU on scholarship and had to use it for room and board. He had other scholarships that paid tuition. I did call and ask and was told that they no longer do that.
Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth offers about $10K/year in Room/board for ROTC scholarship students that have at least a 27 on the ACT.
You get an ROTC scholarship there and you basically go to school for free if you have a 27 on the ACT. Great school.
The best advice is to contact each individual college. The lists on this forum can be as old as 4-5 years old. Individual colleges may change their offers of R&B from year to year, or the requirements, or may have once offered it but now do not. It's in your best interest to contact the college first and ask, before relying on this and subsequent lists.
+1 ca2midwestmom. Information posted here can definitely have a "stale date," and also, processes change. AROTC boards this year would be a case in point.
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