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Serving your country as an Army Officer is an honor and a privilege. Don't let paying for college get in the way. UCO Army ROTC has two, three and four-year full-tuition scholarships available for qualified students. Each scholarship also includes a monthly stipend (allowance) between $300-500 and a $1,200-year book allowance.
Don’t need to pay tuition? A scholarship can be used for Room and Board instead, up to $10,000 a year plus a monthly stipend (allowance) between $300-500 and a $1,200-year book allowance.
To qualify for a scholarship, students must be enrolled in the Army ROTC program at UCO and be a full-time student at UCO, Southern Nazarene University, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City University, Southwestern Christian University or Langston University. Full-time students attending local junior colleges must have completed at least 30 credit hours and transfer to a four-year school before beginning the ROTC advanced course and applying for a scholarship.
- U.S. citizen
- Cumulative college GPA of at least 2.5
- Physically and medically qualified
- Possess good moral character
If you are a current member of the Oklahoma National Guard or the U.S. Army Reserves, you are not eligible for STEM or campus-based scholarships. However, you may be eligible for the Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) or Dedicated GRFD scholarship.
For more information contact the recruiting officer at the UCO's Army ROTC Program, (405) 974-5166/5167 or email ArmyROTC@uco.edu.