Scholarship Opportunities

Students apply for scholarships beginning in February of their junior year of High School. They can apply for scholarships through the summer before their junior year of college (basic camp). The time in which a student applies partially determines which kind of scholarship a student may win.

In addition to the tuition money, scholarship winners receive $600 per year for books, and they receive $300 per month as Freshmen, $350 as Sophomores, $450 as Juniors and $500 as Seniors for personal use. More information about our 4-year scholarship for high school students is also available.

High School students apply for 4-year and 3-year advanced designee scholarships between the second semester of their junior year and November 15 of their senior year. Scholarships are worth full tuition, plus books and fees each year.

College freshmen and sophomores can apply for 4, 3- and 2-year, on campus, scholarships. Benefits are the same as for high school scholarship winners. Please contact us for a scholarship application. Benefits begin for winners of the on-campus scholarships the following semester. Participation in ROTC prior to receiving a scholarship enhances a student's chances of winning a scholarship for the next year.

Any college student with at least two remaining years or considering a Masters degree has the opportunity to compete for a scholarship at the Leadership Training Course (LTC).

Scholarship Types

  1. Regular Four-Year - If you are a high school graduate and will be enrolling in college for the first time, you may compete for a four-year scholarship. Scholarship applicants must have SAT score totaling at least 920 or an ACT composite score of 19 and meet other eligibility requirements.
  2. Green To Gold - If you are currently on active duty and will have two years of active duty before school starts and are accepted by a college or university as either a freshmen, sophomore or junior, you can compete for an Active Duty Green to Gold four-year, three-year or two-year scholarship. You must have a GT score of 110 or higher and a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 grading system to be eligible for the three- or two-year scholarship. A GT score is not required for individuals applying for a four year scholarship. Four-year applicants must have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 grading scale. All applicants must meet other eligibility requirements. SAT score totaling at least 920 or an ACT composite score of 19 is required for the three and four- year Green to Gold scholarships.
  3. Other Scholarships - Veterans and eligible students enrolled in ROTC may compete for an on-campus scholarship. This may be a two or three year on campus scholarship or a two year Reserve Forces Duty scholarship if you are in the National Guard or Ready Reserves. The two-year on-campus scholarship program may include scholarships for students enrolled in an advanced education program beyond the baccalaureate level. Individuals may apply during the normal two-year application period.