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Regent University, a military-friendly Christian university, is proud to join forces with the Hampton Roads Navy ROTC at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., to educate and train college students to serve their country as Navy or Marine Corps officers. With this joint agreement, students can take courses toward a Regent University undergraduate degree while fulfilling their Navy ROTC commitment with Old Dominion University (including Naval Science courses).

Learn more about Navy ROTC.

 

 

Interested in Navy ROTC? Complete the following steps.

Step 1

Schedule Interview with Regent University Office of Military & Veterans Affairs

Step 2

Fill Out Online Application for Regent's College of Arts & Sciences
and Pay Application Fee

Step 3

Apply for Navy ROTC Four-Year National Scholarship Program by July 1 between your junior and senior year of high school, but not later than January 31 of the year in which you will enter school in the fall. General eligibility requirements are:

  • U.S. citizen
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Not less than 17 years old by September 1 of year starting college and no more than 23 on December 31 of that year
  • SAT minimum Math 520; Critical Reading 530. ACT minimum Math 21; English 22
  • Have no more than 30 semester hours of college credits
  • Physically qualified
  • Morally qualified and possess officer-like qualifications and character as evidenced by appearance, academics, extracurricular activities and community involvement
Step 4

If already enrolled in your first year of college, apply for Navy ROTC non-scholarship College Program by May 14 to Regent's Office of Military & Veterans Affairs. General eligibility requirements are:

  • U.S. citizen
  • At least 17 years of age but less than age 27 on December 31 of the year an applicant expects to graduate, complete all NROTC training requirements and be commissioned.
  • Meet physical requirements
  • Morally qualified and possess officer-like qualifications and character as evidenced by appearance, academics, extracurricular activities and community involvement
  • Admitted to Regent University as a full-time student
Step 4

You Could Receive These Financial Aid Benefits

  • The Navy ROTC Four-Year National Scholarship Program covers four years of tuition and fees, a stipend for text books and a $250 living allowance per academic month (which increases by $50 each year). This scholarship is available for students studying in one of three areas: Navy, Marine Corps or Nursing.
  • Scholarship amounts for the non-scholarship College Program vary depending on which year students are accepted. Learn more.

 

Student Testimonial

Joshua Duran, Navy

College of Arts and Sciences

 

 

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