AFROTC offers scholarships for qualified individuals. More information on AFROTC scholarships and to apply for AFROTC scholarships can be found at AFROTC.com.
- High school scholarships: Three- or four-year scholarships for high school graduates.
- In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP): This program is for cadets after they start college. In addition, this type of scholarship is available on a year-by-year basis from the Air Force ROTC HQ. Furthermore, this scholarship is very competitive and the distribution of this type of scholarship is based on the following: grade point average (GPA), Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA), academic major, and class ranking.
- All scholarships include a $900 annual book allowance.
- All scholarships include a monthly stipend of $300 to $500.
- All academic majors are eligible to compete. 80% of scholarships are awarded to technical majors.
- The following technical majors offered at Embry-Riddle are eligible to compete for AFROTC scholarships:
- The following non-technical majors offered at Embry-Riddle are eligible to compete for AFROTC scholarships:
If you enter Embry-Riddle on an Air Force ROTC three-year scholarship, Embry-Riddle may provide you "assurance" money, to include scholarships, need-based grants, and awards. University funding, in combination with funding from ROTC, cannot exceed the cost of education.
This "assurance" is offered at the discretion of the university financial aid department, not AFROTC.
Scholarships via Intercollegiate Athletics
ROTC programs enjoy a great partnership with the Eagles Athletics program. With parallel goals of recruiting great students, fostering a spirit of serving others, and developing leaders of tomorrow, there is no question that AFROTC and Eagle Athletics value working together and frequently share student members.
In fact, ROTC students have a strong record of being top-quality players and team leaders. Several members of AFROTC Det 157 are also intercollegiate athletes.
Many of the University's sports programs are ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation and are consistently in the running for conference, regional and even national championships.
The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate sport programs at the Daytona Beach campus: men's baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, and indoor/outdoor track and field; women's basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor/outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and co-ed cheerleading.
All students, including AFROTC cadets, may compete for a position on a varsity team. Athletic scholarships are also available.
If you have been a member of a competitive (not recreational) sports team in high school, you may be able to continue your sports career in ERAU's top quality athletics program.
For more information regarding Embry-Riddle Athletics, please contact the Embry-Riddle Intercollegiate Athletic Department at 386-323-5000. Be prepared to provide your athletic and academic information to the coach of your sport.
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