What is the College Program?
The College Program is a way for non-scholarship students students to join the unit while working towards earning a scholarship. Individuals in the College Program participate in unit events and apply for a scholarship while part of the unit. College Program Midshipmen do not have a financial or service obligation.
College Program Midshipmen who receive a scholarship will have the same benefits and service obligations as Midshipmen with a four-year scholarship.
If a Midshipman does not receive a scholarship by junior year, he/she may apply for advanced standing. If on advanced standing, a Midshipman will receive a monthly stipend and will be commissioned after graduation. Midshipmen on advanced standing do not receive a scholarship.
How do I apply for the College Program?
To apply for the College Program, you must currently attend or be accepted to the university you are applying to. Apply by mailing the College Program Application, and all required documents, directly to the University of Michigan Naval ROTC at 930 N. University, Ann Arbor MI. 48109 (Attention Freshman Advisor).
You must include the the following documents: completed application, Advanced Standing Agreement, completed physician form, completed medical history report form, high school transcripts/college transcripts, and a copy of your ACT or SAT scores.* Incomplete applications will not be considered.
*SAT with writing or ACT with writing test scores are required by the University of Michigan. Your SAT/ACT test scores with writing must be sent directly from the testing agency and received by the University of Michigan by their deadline.
Deadline: Suggested deadline for college program is the 1st of June. Please direct all questions to the FreshmanAdvisor@umich.edu.
- NROTC Applicant Fitness Assessment Score Sheet
- Advanced Standing Agreement
- College Program Application
- Physicians Form for College Programmers
- Medical History Report Form