Discussion in 'ROTC' started by Frankie, May 24, 2012.
Does receiving a ROTC scholarship for an out-of-date school make the tuition In-state?
I think it depends on the school. there has been much written how some schools offer cadets in-state tuition, others don't.
My son's school is out of state, when we look at his account it shows the Army paid the full out of state tuition. One thing to remember, if by some reason a cadet is released from the program and is required to pay back the tuition, it will be the amount the Army pays the school that you will owe. Bottom line make sure you understand all the finances so you are well informed.
Texas A&M charges the Army the In-state rate for tuition. Don't know if there are other schools that do this.. haven't read any, but perhaps there are.
Check out the Sticky on "Room and Board" at the top of the ROTC forum. You can also find it here:
Pilot... that sticky and your link are about Room and Board, not about which colleges waive the Out of State Tuition, and charge In-State tuition, for ROTC members.
Do any of the SMC's offer in-sTate tuition if you're in ROTC?
Norwich has one size fits all.
TAMU you are given in state tuition if in the Corps of Cadets and receive a Corps scholarship. Everyone is given a corps scholarship when they join the corps.
North Georgia gives a Out of state Tuition waiver to thoses in the Corps of Cadets.
If you join the National guard and change your drill to Virginia both VT and VMI will give you an Out of State tuition waiver.
I would imagine The Citadel would do the same.
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