Incentives & Benifits

NOTE: This is a general overview of the financial incentives provided by the Army ROTC program at Boise State University. Different programs may provide additional financial assistance, which are covered in other sections on this web site. 

ROTC Program Benefits 

Army ROTC offers 4, 3, and 2-year scholarships. The ROTC scholarship covers tuition, mandatory fees, and an annual book allowance.   All Advanced Course and scholarship cadets are provided a stipend (subsistence allowance). The subsistence allowance typically begins on the first day of school of the year the student is contracted as a cadet.

$250 monthly (10 months) tax-free stipend as a freshman
$300 monthly (10 months) tax-free stipend as a sophomore
$350 monthly (10 months) tax-free stipend as a junior
$400 monthly (10 months) tax-free stipend as a senior
ROTC cadets are covered by Veteran's Administration (VA) for serious injuries or Workman's Compensation for less serious activities when participating in ROTC activities.
 
Enter the U.S. Army as an Officer, either on Active Duty or in the Army Reserve.