There are a number of different scholarship opportunities available through Army ROTC which are awarded on a highly competitive selection basis. Scholarships benefits are the following:
- Pays full tuition and mandatory fees
- $1200 per year book allowance
- Cash stipend (tax free pay) in the amount of $300 per month for freshmen, $350 for sophomores, $450 for juniors, $500 for seniors and graduate students
ROTC scholarship awardees may qualify for room and board grants of up to $1,500 per year from Tarleton State University. In addition to room and board grants, there are local scholarships such as the Dyess, Burkett, McCullough, Yantis, and Jeffers scholarships, which are specifically available to members of the TSU ROTC Program.
Army ROTC offers four-year and three-year advanced designee scholarships to high school seniors. If you are a high school senior or junior interested in applying for one of these scholarships contact your school's guidance counselor or call the phone number below. You can apply on-line by going to 4-yr Scholarship Application and creating an account that will allow you to fill out the application form. You can check your application status on line by going to Scholarship Application Status.
We also have three-year and two-year ROTC scholarships available to students already on campus. The applications for these scholarships are available at the Department of Military Science located on the Tarleton State University campus.
Scholarship cadets, in addition to their normal studies, take prescribed military science courses, participate in scheduled leadership labs, and attend the Cadet Leadership Course (CLC) between their Junior and Senior years.
Graduate students also have a new and exciting way to fund their master's degree under the New Army Masters Degree Scholarship Program.
Tarleton Army ROTC works closely with prior service soldiers through the Army Green to Gold program. This program is designed to offer Enlisted Soldiers in the Army the opportunity to earn a commission as an Army Officer. The Texan Battalion has many combat veterans currently participating in the program through Green to Gold.
Select the links at the right of the page for more info or contact us at 254-968-9188 or e-mail rotc@Tarleton.edu to see if you are eligible.