Naval scholarship information
Thank you for considering Norwich in your career path for the future. Norwich University’s Naval ROTC sets the standard for other ROTC programs as it helps create stellar future Navy and Marine Corps officers who are motivated, responsible and respected.
College sophomores and juniors
Great news! At Norwich University, you can seek a Navy or Marine Corps commission in our program—even if you are already a sophomore or junior. Stipulation: You must be a member of the Corps of Cadets or applying for a nursing scholarship.
High school seniors
Norwich offers four-year NROTC scholarships. The United States Navy and Marine Corps offers outstanding high school students the opportunity to seek a commission through our rigorous and rewarding NROTC program. The Norwich University Corps of Cadets combined with our NROTC unit has an extensive history of being on the forefront in training outstanding military leaders.
How can you become part of our team?
Each year, the chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET) awards competitive scholarships to students who are willing to strive to be the best. You are eligible if you have excelled in academics, extra-curricular activities, athletics and leadership positions, and want to further your success by becoming an officer in the United States Navy or Marine Corps.
What can you expect upon receiving an NROTC scholarship?
If you receive a NROTC scholarship, you can expect to participate in a two- to five-week cruise every summer aboard ships, submarines or as part of the team in the aviation community.
What are the benefits included with a NROTC scholarship?
- Monthly stipend
- Required fees
Learn more on the Norwich Naval ROTC scholarship FAQ page.
How can you apply for a NROTC scholarship?
Visit the NROTC site or call 1.800.USA.NAVY.