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Military Service

MILITARY SERVICE WITH THE US GOVERNMENT
(for Active Duty and Reserves)

 

General Military Information
866.VIEWNOW
www.careersinthemilitary.com
www.todaysmilitary.com

Army
800.USA.ARMY
www.goarmy.com

Marines
800.MARINES
www.marines.com

Navy
800.USA.NAVY
www.navy.com

Air Force
800.423.USAF
www.airforce.com

Coast Guard
877.NOW.USCG
www.gocoastguard.com

 
Army National Guard
800.GO.GUARD
www.gowaguard.com

 
Air National Guard
800.TO.GO.ANG
www.goang.com

 
U.S. Army Reserve
800.USA.ARMY
www.goarmyreserve.com

 
U.S. Navy Reserve
800.USA.USNR
www.navyreserve.com

 
U.S. Air Force Reserve
1.800.257.1212
www.afreserve.com

 

Local Recruiting Offices

Army - PULLMAN
330 E Main St
Pullman, WA 99163
509/332-6578

 
AIR FORCE - SPOKANE VALLEY
15319 E. Indiana Ave Suite 6
Spokane Valley, Washington 99216
509/998-0806

 
NAVY-LEWISTON
1618 Idaho Street
Lewiston, Idaho 83501
1-866-628-7327

 
Marines-PULLMAN
330 E Main St
Pullman, WA 99163
509/334-0579

 

Officer Commissioning Programs with WSU
Air Force ROTC, (509) 335-5598
Army ROTC, (509) 335-2591
Navy/Marine ROTC, (208) 885-6333

 

Washington Air and Army National Guard Programs
Call Air Force ROTC or Army ROTC offices for details on program.

 

 

University of Idaho ROTC

The University of Idaho’s New Matching Room and Board Scholarship: The University of Idaho is now for the first time offering an automatic $5,000 room and board scholarship to Army ROTC cadets with anyone of the ROTC Scholarships. That reduces the cost of living in a dorm to about $3,000 a year. The scholarship applies towards living in the dorms only. Going to college at the University of Idaho is affordable! http://www.uidaho.edu/academic-affairs/army-rotc/scholarships-and-pay/new-scholarship-funds

The Army 4-yr and 3-yr Advance Designated Scholarships: The Army still offers four year national scholarships. However, the Army is offering more of the three year advance designated scholarships in which the cadets pay the tuition their freshman year and begin receiving the scholarship starting their sophomore year. The University of Idaho has matched this scholarship up with the $5,000 room and board scholarship as well.http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/high-school-students/four-year-scholarship.html

The University of Idaho’s New Bridge Scholarship: University of Idaho additionally has a new Tuition Bridge Scholarship that gives non-resident cadets who have been awarded the three year advance designated scholarship in-state resident rates their first year that they are not on scholarship. This bridges the gap from the time they start college to the time they begin receiving non-resident tuition Army ROTC scholarship benefits and is worth roughly $14,000. Their tuition cost in that first year would be just over $7,000. The University of Idaho will also give you the same $5,000 room and board scholarship during that first year as well.http://www.uidaho.edu/academic-affairs/army-rotc/scholarships-and-pay/new-scholarship-funds

The Army’s New Minute Man Scholarship: For your students who know they want to join the National Guard or the Army Reserves and go to college, there is a brand new four year Minute Man Scholarship that allows them to attend any school of their choice. The Minute Man Scholarship is awarded on merit to talented high school students that want to serve as an officer in the National Guard or Army Reserves for their service after graduation and commissioning as an officer. It is a part of the Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) scholarships, and as the name implies it guarantees that they will serve in one of the reserve components and will not compete for active duty. Army Reserves:http://www.usar.army.mil/Featured/Resources/EducationalBenefits/MinutemanScholarship.aspx

National Guard: http://www.nationalguard.com/tools/guard-scholarships

ROTC Dorms for Cadets and Midshipmen: Cadets from all branches can ask to live in a dedicated wing of Chrisman Hall in the Wallace Complex that is reserved just for ROTC Cadets and Midshipmen. Build camaraderie and esprit de corps and live with like-minded roommates.