High School Students
Army Nursing - ROTC partners with Michigan State College of Nursing
If you are in the top 10% of your graduating class, have a 3.8 GPA or higher, and have an ACT score of 28 or higher you can be conditionally admitted to the MSU College of Nursing. You can get more information on this opportunity at the College of Nursing website.
High school students who are applying for admission to MSU can enter Army ROTC with no obligation by registering for Army ROTC classes during summer Academic Orientation Programs (AOP). All incoming MSU students will attend AOP in the summer before they begin classes. During AOP all students will meet with an academic advisor to build their class schedule to satisfy the degree requirements for their major. All students may elect to take Military Science (MS) 100 or 200 level classes as electives without obligation. All MS100 and 200 level courses are 1 credit each and count as MSU elective credits.
High school students can apply on-line for 4-year Army ROTC scholarships at www.armyrotc.com begining 1 April of their junior year. Applications should be completed and submitted on-line no later than 1 April of a student's senior year. It is recommended that students apply as soon as they receive their ACT/SAT results. The sooner the better. Scholarship applicants are required to interview in person at the Department of Military Science. Applicants will also be administered the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) during the interview visit.