High School Student

As a high school student, ROTC offers three opportunities:

Your first opportunity is to apply for a national scholarship.

Applications should be initiated during the first semester of your senior year. These National Scholarship boards are extremely competive. The selection rate for these limited scholarships is small, sometimes around 30%.

For more information on applying for a National Scholarship CLICK HERE.

Campus based scholarship

Do not be discouraged if you are not initialy awarded a national scholarship. There are often a handful of campus-based scholarships available that the ROTC department can award. These may be 4-year scholarships or 3-year advanced designee scholarships. These are similarly competive. These campus based scholarships are normaly awarded to the most well deserving cadets. If you want to know more CLICK HERE.

Non-Scholarship Options

Students may participate in ROTC as a part of the Fightin' Irish Battalion durung their freshman and sophomore years without any commitment. There are benefits to contracting as a non-scholarship cadet during the first two years of college. To find out more CLICK HERE.

Scholarship questions should be directed to:

Mr. Adam Henkaline
216 Pasquerilla Center
Notre Dame, IN 46556

(574) 631-4656
1-800-UND-ARMY

ahenkali@nd.edu