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ROTC Scholarships

ROTC scholarships are not based on your financial situation. They are awarded based on a student’s merit and grades.

Students who want to compete for Army ROTC or Air Force ROTC scholarships must: be a full-time college student (at least 12 credits), have a GPA of at least 2.50, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and pass the physical fitness test.

All contracted ROTC students receive a housing stipend, regardless of whether they receive an ROTC scholarship.

Army ROTC

U.S. Army ROTC LogoSaint Rose is home to students who are Army ROTC cadets, and we offer the leadership class on campus. All students are able to participate in the Army ROTC leadership course at Saint Rose, regardless of whether they join ROTC. Not sure if ROTC is for you? Try the class.

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Air Force ROTC

U.S. Air Force ROTC LogoSaint Rose also is home to students who are Air Force ROTC cadets. Courses are held a short distance away, and we make accommodations so the commute is easier. Plus, as a Military Friendly School, cadets can always find a supportive community on campus.

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Why ROTC at The College of Saint Rose?

Saint Rose, which has been named a top Military Friendly School by Victory Media for 10 consecutive years and counting, ranked No. 1 among “Gold Standard” private colleges for the fourth year in a row. Our commitment to the military goes back to 1946, when our campus, which was a women’s college then, opened its doors to G.I.s returning from World War II so they could take night courses, easing their transition to civilian life.

Saint Rose is home to a Veteran Center where military-influenced students can gather to study, socialize, and find resources. Veterans who choose to can live together in our dedicated Veteran Residence. We have two veterans on staff at our Veteran Center, one of whom is an ROTC graduate. And ROTC students at Saint Rose are happy to talk to potential cadets about the benefits of the program.

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Thinking of enrolling in ROTC? Drop your contact info below and an Admissions counselor will be in contact with you shortly provide more information about the program.

Contact Veteran Admissions

Of course, if you have any questions, please reach out to the Veteran Admissions office. We’re here to help.

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Albany NY 12203