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1 Navy ROTC Scholarships

2 Who Is Planning on going to College??? What is the Importance of college??? What is the Importance of college??? To get a quality Job and Career To get a quality Job and Career Money Money Benefits Benefits First to get a degree in Family First to get a degree in Family

3 What is the national average cost for one year of tuition at a private or public institution? 4 year private institution 4 year private institution $23,712 ($98,848 for 4 years) 4 year public institution 4 year public institution $6,185 ($24,740 for 4 years) $6,185 ($24,740 for 4 years) Out of state surcharge Out of state surcharge $10,455 ($41,820 for 4 years) $2,000-$5,000 for fees for 4 years $2,000-$5,000 for fees for 4 years $3,000-$4,500 for books for 4 years $3,000-$4,500 for books for 4 years ( National Averages)

4 So what does that add up too (not including room and board)? Cost of a 4 year degree at a private institution Cost of a 4 year degree at a private institution –In state $104,348 –Out of state $146,168 Cost of a 4 year degree at a public institution Cost of a 4 year degree at a public institution –In state $34,740 –Out of state $76,060 Cost of room and board ranges from $6,000-$10,000 per year Cost of room and board ranges from $6,000-$10,000 per year ( National Averages)

5 How are you going to pay for college? Parents Parents - Show your parents that you can take care of yourself and make your own way. Loans Loans - You will graduate college at about 22 years of age. Do you really want up to $150,000 in loans to pay off? to $150,000 in loans to pay off? - What if you don’t get that dream job? You will still have your loans to pay back. back. Work Work - This is a bad idea. - If you are working to pay your way through school chances are that you are committing more hours to working than to school and studying. committing more hours to working than to school and studying. - It is a guarantee you will not be able to go to school full time. Your four year degree may take you up to six years to obtain (if you stay committed year degree may take you up to six years to obtain (if you stay committed to it). to it).

6 NROTC Scholarship 4 year scholarship - $180,000 for Tuition, Books and College Fees 4 year scholarship - $180,000 for Tuition, Books and College Fees Monthly Stipend - Starting at $250 a Month (increases $50 a yr.) Monthly Stipend - Starting at $250 a Month (increases $50 a yr.) Paid Tutors (and have help signing up with courses) Paid Tutors (and have help signing up with courses) Choose from Over 155 top Colleges across the US. Choose from Over 155 top Colleges across the US. (I.E – OSU, Miami University, Michigan, Embry-riddle, MIT, Purdue) (I.E – OSU, Miami University, Michigan, Embry-riddle, MIT, Purdue)

7 Scholarship Options Navy 4 year – Receive a Bachelors Navy 4 year – Receive a Bachelors Navy Nurse - Receive a Degree in Nursing Navy Nurse - Receive a Degree in Nursing Marine Option – receive a Bachelors Marine Option – receive a Bachelors

8 During College Experience the College Life Experience the College Life Take classes for Major Take classes for Major Take Naval Science Class each Semester Take Naval Science Class each Semester Participate in work outs 2 to 3 times a week Participate in work outs 2 to 3 times a week Participate in Military Drill practice Participate in Military Drill practice Summer Travel and even Study Abroad Summer Travel and even Study Abroad

9 More than just a scholarship… Guaranteed Management Job after Graduation Guaranteed Management Job after Graduation Medical and Dental Benefits Medical and Dental Benefits Starting Salary as low as $45,000 Starting Salary as low as $45, days paid vacation 30 days paid vacation Job Experience Job Experience Life Experience Life Experience

10 What is the Navy All About???

11 How does One apply ??? Receive a minimum ACT or SAT Score of - Receive a minimum ACT or SAT Score of - 21 on Math and 22 English Sections 21 on Math and 22 English Sections 520 Math and 530 English 520 Math and 530 English We take the highest scores off of any test We take the highest scores off of any test Top 10% Class standing automatically Top 10% Class standing automatically qualified regardless of test scores!! qualified regardless of test scores!! Start an Online Application. Start an Online Application. HTTPS://www.nrotc.navy.mil HTTPS://www.nrotc.navy.milHTTPS://www.nrotc.navy.mil Receive Teacher evaluations. Receive Teacher evaluations. Conduct Interview Conduct Interview  To help strengthen your application Apply for the colleges on your application Apply for the colleges on your application

12 Selection Process Submitted to National Selection Board Submitted to National Selection Board –Board Sets Bar for Selection Influencing Factors !!!!! Influencing Factors !!!!! –High School Grades (Math and Science). –Your ACT/SAT. –Teacher Evaluations (Math, Other, Counselor…) –Writing sample. –Your commitment, DEP, Academy or other ROTC Scholarships. –Community Service Involvement. –Class Involvement. –Sports. –Class standing. –College classes. –AP or Honors classes

13 What does it mean if Selected ?? If you receive a ROTC Scholarship offer, you’ll have 30 days to accept or decline. If you receive a ROTC Scholarship offer, you’ll have 30 days to accept or decline. –Once you Accept the scholarship there is no Commitment to serve in the Navy until the first day of your Sophomore year of College. School choice will be in the acceptance letter. School choice will be in the acceptance letter. If school choice isn’t one you want, then you can If school choice isn’t one you want, then you can switch the choice switch the choice If you decline offer, it can’t be reversed. If you decline offer, it can’t be reversed. Conduct a Medical Physical Conduct a Medical Physical

14 Once you decide to commit to the Scholarship 4 years of active Naval Service as a Commissioned Officer. 4 years of active Naval Service as a Commissioned Officer. If you go into Aviation such as Pilot or Naval Flight Officer then the Commitment is 7 years due to extensive training. If you go into Aviation such as Pilot or Naval Flight Officer then the Commitment is 7 years due to extensive training. You will not incur any commitment until you enter your Sophomore Year of College. Your freshman year of college is free. You will not incur any commitment until you enter your Sophomore Year of College. Your freshman year of college is free. Your active service does not begin until you graduate. Your active service does not begin until you graduate. You’ll have up to your Junior Year to choose your career field. You’ll have up to your Junior Year to choose your career field.

15 Application Period Opens April 2009 Opens April 2009 Deadline 31 January Deadline 31 January ISD deadline is 1 December ISD deadline is 1 December Juniors can start in April Juniors can start in April Boards commence in August. Boards commence in August. The Earlier the better !!! The Earlier the better !!!

16 National and Local Stats 2008 Scholarship competition results Scholarship competition results. 252 screened 148 selected for 4 Yr. 252 screened 148 selected for 4 Yr. 12 screened 7 selected for Nurse. 12 screened 7 selected for Nurse screened screened selected selected. 90% had some athletics 90% had some athletics 57% of JROTC received it. 57% of JROTC received it. 95% were in Extra-curricular Clubs and Activities 95% were in Extra-curricular Clubs and Activities

17 It’s Your Future!!! You have to decide. You have to decide. I can’t make the decision for you. I can’t make the decision for you. Your teacher can’t make the decision Your teacher can’t make the decision for you. for you. Mom and Dad shouldn’t make the Mom and Dad shouldn’t make the decision for you. decision for you. Do you have what it takes? Do you have what it takes? Do you want to be successful? Do you want to be successful? Do you want to set yourself apart from your peers? Do you want to set yourself apart from your peers? If you answered yes to the last three questions, then the NROTC Scholarship is for you. If you answered yes to the last three questions, then the NROTC Scholarship is for you. It’s your decision, do not delay, get started TODAY! It’s your decision, do not delay, get started TODAY!

18 Other sites of interest College Information/Information on SAT/ACT College Information/Information on SAT/ACT –http://www.collegeboard.com/student/index.html?student –http://www.actstudent.org/index.html Financial Aid Financial Aid –http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ Scholarships Scholarships –http://www.scholarships.com/ –http://www.fastweb.com/

19 Air Force ROTC Scholarship Air Force ROTC scholarships are given by award level based on academic standing, ACT/SAT scores, GPA. Type 1Provides full tuition, most lab fees Type 1Provides full tuition, most lab fees - Approx 5% of scholarship winners will be offered this scholarship - 4 year scholarship Type 2 Provides $15,000 a year for tuition Type 2 Provides $15,000 a year for tuition - Approx 20% of scholarship winners will be offered this scholarship - 3 year scholarship Type 7 Provides $9,000 a year for tuition Type 7 Provides $9,000 a year for tuition * The degree your pursue is based on the needs of the Air Force

20 Army ROTC Scholarship *Scholarships are awarded at $20,000 a year (That is only $80,000 over the course of 4 years) (That is only $80,000 over the course of 4 years)


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