NROTC COLLEGE PROGRAM
The College Program is a non-scholarship program. Applicants are selected from students already attending or accepted by colleges with NROTC programs. The program pays for uniforms and instructional fees for Naval Science courses. There is no difference between scholarship and non-scholarship midshipmen while in ranks. The advantage for non-scholarship midshipmen is no requirement to complete calculus or physics and a well-paying, meaningful job upon graduation.
- Applicants selected from students already attending or accepted by colleges with NROTC programs
- Provides uniforms and Naval Science textbooks.
- College Program students selected for "advanced standing" receive a stipend for maximum of 20 months. Advance standing is only available starting the junior year of college. Stipend per academic month is $350 junior year and $400 senior year.
- Students will complete naval science and other university courses, a few specific university courses, and attend one summer training session
- Normally at sea for Navy midshipmen
- Officer Candidate School (OCS) at Quantico, VA for Marine Corps midshipmen
- When accepted, two-year applicants will attend six-and-a-half week Naval Science Institute program in Newport, RI during summer between sophomore and junior years
- On graduation, two- and four-year College Program midshipmen may be commissioned ensigns in the Naval Service or second lieutenants in the Marine Corps
Applicants apply from January 1 until May 31 via the Tuskegee NROTC Unit they wish to join at the school they wish to attend upon commencement of freshman year. Upon graduation, College Program midshipmen may be commissioned as Ensigns, U.S. Navy, or Second Lieutenants, U.S. Marine Corps.
-- 2015 TU NROTC COLLEGE PROGRAM Application