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Seminole State College
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U.S. Army and Air Force ROTC
U.S. Army ROTC
Seminole State College students are eligible through a cross-enrollment agreement to apply for the U.S. Army ROTC Program at the University of Central Florida (UCF), with Army Military Science Leadership (MSL) classes conducted at the main UCF campus. The first two years of Army ROTC basic courses consist of four two-semester-hour courses and a two-hour lab. The course requirements, in order, are: MSL 1001C, MSL 1002C, MSL 2101C and MSL 2102C.
Scholarships are available for Seminole State students and will later transfer to UCF. Scholarships pay contracted students' full tuition or $10,000 per year for room and board; a $1,200 yearly book allowance; and up to a $500 monthly spending allowance. Students are required to complete the last two years of the Army ROTC Program at UCF. Students who complete ROTC and graduate with a degree will be commissioned as officers in the U.S. Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard. To register for this program or for additional information, visit www.army.ucf.edu or call the UCF Army ROTC Department at 407.823.5383.
U.S. Air Force ROTC
U.S. Air Force ROTC students at Seminole State are eligible through a cross-enrollment agreement to apply for the U.S. Air Force ROTC at the University of Central Florida. The Air Force ROTC Program for state college students' general military courses are: AFR 1101C, AFR 1111C, AFR 2130C and AFR 2131C. Each course is one-semester hour and can be taken while attending Seminole State.
Earning a scholarship is extremely competitive. The following technical majors are in high demand in the Air Force: electrical, environmental engineering, computer engineering, biology, chemistry, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, and civil engineering. Contracted students may receive partial, if not full, tuition and academic fees, a yearly book allowance and a monthly stipend. All amounts are dependent on the type of scholarship earned. Room and board are not paid by ROTC. Air Force ROTC allows students to earn an Air Force commission while completing their studies. To register for this program or for additional information, visit www.airforce.ucf.edu and www.afrotc.com or call the UCF Air Force ROTC Department at 407.823.1247.
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