While receiving an Air Force ROTC Scholarship is not a requirement to be in the program and become a Department of the Air Force Officer, it would be nice to have your school paid for! Below are some scholarship options for you through Air Force ROTC, the Corps of Cadets, and Texas A&M University.

High School Scholarship Program (HSSP)

  • Start application process as a rising high school senior

  • Application window July-January every year

  • Three types of scholarships that cover a portion of or full tuition and fees

  • For more information, please visit

In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP)

  • Eligible after first semester in AFROTC

  • Nominated by Detachment Commander

  • Based on GPA, physical fitness, major, and class ranking

  • More information can be provided by Detachment 805 Staff

Charles McGee Leadership Award (CMLA)

  • Eligible after completing Field Training

  • Two-year scholarship that awards up to $18,000 per year for tuition

Additional Resources

If selected, the Air Force will pay for you to go to medical school and become an Air Force Doctor! Click the icon above for more information on HPSP.

Are you currently enlisted in the Department of the Air Force? Click the icon above to learn more about ACSP & SOAR.

Texas A&M Offers the Patriot Scholarship to AFROTC Scholarship recipients which will pay for room & board after all other scholarships are applied.

The Corps of Cadets offers multiple scholarships based on merit and financial need. The Murray Scholarship offers the in-state tuition rate to all cadets in the Corps.