University of Michigan Navy ROTC

By: Colin Seys

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Brief Description

Located in the Chemistry Building on the university's campus in Ann Arbor, MI, the battalion prepares both University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University students for service as officers in both the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.


The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) is a scholarship based commissioning program. Individuals in the program (midshipman) receive full tuition scholarships and are commissioned as officers in either the United States Navy or United States Marine Corps.


Willard Henry Dow Laboratory, 930 N University Ave

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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How to Apply

The college program is a way for non-scholarship students students to participate in the unit while working towards earning a scholarship. One applies for the program by contacting the unit directly and submitting a college program application. Applications are due between April and June of every school year.
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Financial Benefits

Scholarship students receive a full tuition scholarship as well as a book stipend of $375 at the beginning of each semester. Scholarship students also receive a monthly stipend to help cover living expenses. Freshmen receive $250, sophomores receive $300, juniors receive $350, and seniors receive $400 per month.


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