Ursuline College has recently signed agreements with the ROTC programs at John Carroll University (Army) and Kent State University (USAF). Students interested in the ROTC program should contact the recruiter at the participating school or visit the ROTC website for the armed forces branch you are interested in pursuing. Be sure to research deadlines, enrollment dates, time requirements and the location of each program.
The first round of ROTC scholarships is reviewed each year in October, so apply early to get in the first round of students to be considered! ROTC scholarships generally cover tuition, fees, books, and include a monthly stipend. New students enrolling at Ursuline College and participating in the ROTC program would also qualify for a grant from Ursuline to cover standard room and board costs at the college.
Students interested should follow these guidelines:
Students can transfer college credit to Ursuline upon successful completion of some ROTC coursework. See your Ursuline advisor once enrolled to see what courses can transfer.
Minimum Requirements for ROTC
Questions? Contact the ROTC recruiter or the Ursuline College Admission Office.
Ursuline College has a crosstown agreement with Kent State University—Det 630. Typically, this means you’ll be enrolled as a full-time student at Ursuline and take your AFROTC classes each week at Kent State University—Det 630.
The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), hosted at Kent State University, is an educational program designed to give you an opportunity to become an Air Force or Space Force officer while you complete your college degree. Whether you want to fly the most advanced aircraft in the world, design and operate the latest space systems, or work on the cutting edge of technology, there are more than 100 officer career fields. We’re here to get you started.