USC AROTC Room and Board Question

hhucks4

Member
I plan on attending the University of South Carolina on a 4-year AROTC scholarship, does anyone know if they give any discount to ROTC students on room and board, meal plans, etc.? Thanks for any response.
 

Armygal2018

New Member
I plan on attending the University of South Carolina on a 4-year AROTC scholarship, does anyone know if they give any discount to ROTC students on room and board, meal plans, etc.? Thanks for any response.
From my understanding it is some private colleges that offer room and board to ROTC scholarship recipients.
 

eljay60

AFROTC parent, former ANC in USAR
I plan on attending the University of South Carolina on a 4-year AROTC scholarship, does anyone know if they give any discount to ROTC students on room and board, meal plans, etc.? Thanks for any response.
From my understanding it is some private colleges that offer room and board to ROTC scholarship recipients.
There are public schools, too. Check the mega-thread pinned to the top of this forum.
 
The USC - University of South Carolina! Does anyone know if the lack of room and board coverage includes AFROTC also? My DS received an AFROTC scholarship and also acceptance to USC. It's not top on his list of colleges (still waiting on USAFA) but maybe Plan B or C. BTW I'm a USC alumnus.
 

Humey

Member
The USC - University of South Carolina! Does anyone know if the lack of room and board coverage includes AFROTC also? My DS received an AFROTC scholarship and also acceptance to USC. It's not top on his list of colleges (still waiting on USAFA) but maybe Plan B or C. BTW I'm a USC alumnus.
You also attended school with the Trojans?:)
 

Humey

Member
The USC (go Gamecocks!) was a University before California was a state....
GO COCKS!
I checked it out. School started in 1801 and California became a state in 1850. So you are correct. Having said that, USC was ranked 12th in the nation for football last year. South Carolina didnt make the top 25
 

hhucks4

Member
The USC (go Gamecocks!) was a University before California was a state....
GO COCKS!
I checked it out. School started in 1801 and California became a state in 1850. So you are correct. Having said that, USC was ranked 12th in the nation for football last year. South Carolina didnt make the top 25
I personally don’t gauge the significance of a school by the prominence of their football program lol
 

Dckc88

Member
I live on the west coast, and Trojan fans are very serious about football, seriously serious! My niece went to the east coast USC and played softball, they were not very good at softball either, but she loved her time there, got a great education that ended in a very coveted job and will forever be a Gamecock!
 
The USC (go Gamecocks!) was a University before California was a state....
GO COCKS!
I checked it out. School started in 1801 and California became a state in 1850. So you are correct. Having said that, USC was ranked 12th in the nation for football last year. South Carolina didnt make the top 25
When I was at USC (Carolina), we played Southern Cal in football and won. The scoreboard said USC East and USC West. There were very funny signs and bumper stickers for that game where the GameCocks beat the Trojans. Now back to the original thread question...
 
I live on the west coast, and Trojan fans are very serious about football, seriously serious! My niece went to the east coast USC and played softball, they were not very good at softball either, but she loved her time there, got a great education that ended in a very coveted job and will forever be a Gamecock!
Carolina is more of a basketball school since Spurrier left. The women won the Nat'l Championship last year and the men were in the final four.
 

kinnem

Moderator
5-Year Member
The lack of room and board scholarships was true across all the programs when my son was there. Frankly I can't imagine a college granting such a scholarship to one rotc program and not another.
 

Humey

Member
The USC (go Gamecocks!) was a University before California was a state....
GO COCKS!
I checked it out. School started in 1801 and California became a state in 1850. So you are correct. Having said that, USC was ranked 12th in the nation for football last year. South Carolina didnt make the top 25
When I was at USC (Carolina), we played Southern Cal in football and won. The scoreboard said USC East and USC West. There were very funny signs and bumper stickers for that game where the GameCocks beat the Trojans. Now back to the original thread question...
That is very funny
 
I checked it out. School started in 1801 and California became a state in 1850. So you are correct. Having said that, USC was ranked 12th in the nation for football last year. South Carolina didnt make the top 25
But the only meaningful college football (outside of Navy) is the SEC.
 
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