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  ROTC and VA Benefits
ROTC Scholarships
ROTC scholarships are awarded to hundreds of students each year at college campuses across the United States. These scholarships are awarded strictly on merit – to the most outstanding students who apply, regardless of their family’s financial status. ROTC scholarships vary based on the branch of service and the type and/or length of the scholarship. ROTC scholarships provide money for college tuition, educational fees, books, and in some cases a monthly allowance. Scholarship recipients participate in summer training during their enrollment in college and must fulfill their military obligation, either active duty or reserve service, after graduation. If you are interested in learning more about the various ROTC Programs, click here.

Military Service Academies Scholarships
The U.S. Military Service Academies offer young men and women the opportunity to earn a college degree (Bachelor of Science Degree) and commission as an officer for the U.S. Armed Forces. The Army, Navy, Air Force, Merchant Marine, and Coast Guard have their own Service Academy. An education received from one of the academies is ranked among the best in the nation. Military Service Academies award full scholarships to students accepted for admission which cover tuition, room and board; each student also receives a monthly stipend to meet cost of books, supplies, clothing and personal expenses. If you are interested in learning more about the Military Service Academies, click here.

VA Benefits
Military veterans are eligible for reimbursement of up to 60% of their flight training expenses. The 60% assistance does not cover books and materials. This program is available for professional students (not private pilot students) who attend a Part 141 approved flight school that is authorized to offer VA Benefits.

If you believe you may be eligible for educational assistance under this program, you should contact the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Office at (800) 827-1000 or visit their Web site. If you are still on active duty, you should contact your Base Education Officer.

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