Loyola University Army ROTC is one of the Nation’s most sought after Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs. As the Host Battalion, several universities are partnered with our program; Northwestern, North Park, DePaul, Northeastern and Resurrection University. Annually, we receive hundreds of contacts about scholarship opportunities.
Only the most qualified and dedicated of applicants will secure a scholarship commitment from our programs. As such, we are proud to offer a wide range scholarship options to meet the unique demands of our diverse student base. Our Cadre offers expert advice in assessing your scholarship opportunity and in preparing you towards accomplishing your goal.
Whether you choose to pursue the United States Army Reserve, Army National Guard, Army Nursing Corps or an Active Commission, we have a scholarship option that can meet your individual service desires.
The cost of a college education is escalating all the time. To help you meet these rising costs, Army ROTC offers two to four year scholarships, awarded strictly on merit, to the most outstanding students who apply. These scholarships pay:
- Pays 100% Tuition or Room & Board
- Monthly Subsistence Allowance ($300-$500)
- $1200.00 per year for books
Two to Four-Year Scholarships
You may be eligible for a two, three, and four-year scholarship if you are preparing to enter college as a freshman and meet the following qualifications/requirements;
- Be a U.S. Citizen.
- Be 17 years old before the scholarship is effective.
- Take the SAT or ACT no later than November of the year you apply (must have a minimum 920 SAT or composite 19 ACT)
- Have good high school grades.
- Participate in leadership, extracurricular and athletic activities.
- (Students with part-time jobs will be given substitute credit.)
- Be under 27 years old on June 30 of the year you expect to graduate and receive your commission as an officer.
- (An age extension of up to three years may be granted to veterans who qualify.)
- Be a high school graduate or have equivalent credit.
- Pursue an Army approved academic major.
- Agree to accept a commission as either a Regular Army, Army National Guard or U.S. Army Reserve officer.
- Meet required physical standards.
Selection of winners is based on:
- The results of the SAT or ACT tests
- School officials’ evaluations
- Extracurricular, leadership and athletic activities
- A personal interview and a Physical Aptitude Examination