Current High School Students

Eligibility Requirements

To apply for a four year scholarship, an individual must:

  • Be graduating high school and have no more than 30 college credit hours
  • Must be no less than 17 and no more than 23 when entering college
  • Must apply to and gain admission to an NROTC affiliated university

Scholarship Benefits

  • Full tuition
  • Stipend for text books
  • Monthly Stipend
    • Sophomore  $300/month
    • Junior  $350/month
    • Senior  $400/month

Application Process

Apply for a scholarship online via the national NROTC website (

University of Michigan SAT/ACT Requirements

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 -

Watch ENS Lippie, a graduate from the University of Michigan NROTC program, talk about her acceptance process and campus life at NROTC.