Here they are, your 2011 – 2012 Army ROTC scholarship board dates:
- Deadline for documents for the first board 10 October, 2011
- FIRST HIGH SCHOOL SELECTION BOARD 17 October, 2011
- Deadline for documents for the second board 2 January, 2012
- SECOND HIGH SCHOOL SELECTION BOARD 9 January, 2012
- DEADLINE TO START AN APPLICATION 10 JANUARY!!!!!!
- Final high school selection board deadline for documents 28 February, 2012
- FINAL (THIRD) HIGH SCHOOL SELECTION BOARD 1 March, 2012
Only three boards again this year!
WWW.ARMYROTC.COM is where you need to go to apply online.
If you are looking for a good Enrollment Officer to help coach you through the process just drop me a line, and while you are at it take a look at my schools.
We have just about anything you could be looking for (except a big city and large class sizes).
As an added bonus
Here are your SAT/ACT test dates, if your scores need tightening up at all.
SAT test dates:
My advice, for what it’s worth is to not wait to improve your SAT score, if you don’t think you can improve it by more than 100 points. You will not change your board score that much just by improving your SAT score a little bit. Carefully consider the tradeoff of being board ready for the first board versus improving you SAT or ACT.
Good luck and let me know what you think.
Sir, when do you expect that information will be going out concerning scholarships offered for the second board? Will that information already have been published?
The board just met. They are probably not even done with their work. Once the board is done the next step will be to go down the list and determine if each applicant has schools on their list that have allocations. It is a long process. I would anticipate you will hear what the results of the board are until the end of the month.
It’s now early February 2012, any word yet on the Second Board selections? We’re waiting on pins and needles!
If you haven’t heard anything by now, you probably won’t be getting an offer from this board. Check your status online, and if it doesn’t indicate offer, it’s time to start making sure plan B is squared away.
If I received paperwork to do my medical exam in the mail yesterday? Is this a good sign?
Not as good a sign as you probably think, but at least they are still thinking about you.
Not sure how Cadet Command is determining who they are sending DODMERB instructions to, but at this time it most likely doesn’t have anything to do with board results. Get it done. The worst that can happen is you come to campus next fall DODMERB qualified and ready to compete for any 3 year scholarships the Battalion has to give.