Scholarship Student - someone who has already received a NROTC scholarship.
College Program Student - someone who has not received a NROTC scholarship.
- Be a native or naturalized US Citizen
- Be enrolled full time at Arizona State University
- Have at least 6 Semesters (3 years) left before graduation with a bachelor's degree at the time of NROTC enrollment.
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. This applies to all students, including high school students as well as those who have attended ASU or Community College.
- Be less than 27 yrs old on Dec. 31st of the year you plan on graduating with your Bachelor's Degree, complete all NROTC training requirements, and be commissioned *
- Be physically qualified
- Pass a DODMERB physical (scholarship students)**
- Pass a Sports physical (college program students)
- A valid sports physical must contain a signed statement from a doctor's office similar to:
- Complete and turn in the required forms before July 15th.
- Participate in Freshman/New Student Orientation for NROTC. (See details about the orientation under the "Orientation" section.)
"NAME is physically qualified to participate in NROTC activities without restriction."
Also ensure the doctor's name and contact information are clearly legible (i.e. a doctor's stamp or letterhead). The Naval Science Department must be able to verify physical qualification for acceptance into the NROTC Program.
*Those with prior or current active duty in the Armed Forces may be granted age waivers equal to the number of months served. However, the maximum age waiver allowable is 3 years - meaning you must complete NROTC training before the year in which you turn 30. Please contact us if you have questions regarding this.
**Students who applied but did not receive the four-year scholarship and have the DODMERB medical qualification letter, may submit this letter in place of the Sports Physical.