Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott—Det 028
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott is home to Air Force ROTC Detachment 028. Got questions? Give the detachment a call or send them an email.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides an incentive scholarship for all four-year and three-year AFROTC high school scholarship recipients. The ERAU ROTC Incentive Scholarship is valued at a minimum of $34,000 over a four-year program, dispersed in the amount of $8,500 each year. This scholarship is renewable as long as the student continues to be in good standing for the AFROTC tuition scholarship. Please see the additional offers below as well:
- Louisa Spruance Morse Endowment Established 1986. Updated 2010 Amount available: $10,510.00 Number to award: 1 (although we have split between two in the past) Criteria 1. Must have completed at least one semester of AFROTC at either campus, and currently in good standing in the AFROTC program 2. Must be either a former or active member of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) 3. Preference is given to selected or pursuing USAAF candidates
- Col. & Mrs. Warren A. Bennett Endowed Scholarship Established 1989. Updated 1991 Amount available: $2,000.00 Number to award: 1 Criteria 1. Student must be active in AFROTC and in good academic standing 2. Must be a Senior 3. Must be in Air Force Pilot Training 4. Must have financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office
- Benjamin T. Hall Endowed Scholarship Established 1998 Amount Available: $900.00 Number to award: 1 Criteria: 1. Must be active in AFROTC and in good academic standing 2. Prefer a Junior 3. Must be an Electrical Engineering major in top 25% of class 4. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher 5. Nomination letter from ROTC Commander 6. Thank you letter must include up to a 500 word essay about what it means to be an AF Officer serving as an aviator 7. Also required to release address and name info to donor
This is a private school.