High school scholarship application opens.
For the 2017-18 scholarship cycle, there will be an Early Scholarship Board in September 2017. In order to compete and be eligible for this board, you must meet all HSSP eligibility requirements, complete the online application questionnaire, submit all required documents, complete an interview with a local AFROTC detachment, and the interview report MUST be received by Headquarters AFROTC/RRUC no later than 0900 CST on 8 September 2017. Applicants who fail to meet the 8 September 2017 deadline will compete in a board subsequent to their completed package arriving at HQ AFROTC/RRUC. Click here for next steps. All questions in reference to this early board may be directed to HQ AFROTC by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-866-423-7682 and selecting option 1.
Last date for high school students to apply for an Air Force ROTC scholarship. The online application must be completed before required forms are submitted.
Final date to submit all required forms (i.e., counselor certification, extracurricular activities sheet, PFA, SAT/ACT score and GPA). All paperwork must be completed and submitted/uploaded to the application website.
Final date for high school scholarship program recipients to upload their acceptance paperwork to the application website. Failure to comply with this deadline will result in loss of scholarship.
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