Have you seen a student walking the halls dressed in uniform? Did you miss the memo on the new dress code? Is it a crazy new fashion trend? Members of an elite cult? NO, these students are members of the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps), and they are learning valuable skills that will help them later in life. In addition to these skills, they are eligible for college scholarships for 2, 3, or 4 years.
ROTC programs also offer living expenses perks that vary depending on what year you are. Members of the ROTC who accept scholarships agree to sign up for Active Reserve or National Guard service. Contact your ROTC representative for more information about this program.
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