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Q2.   Where  is  the  United  States  Naval  Academy (USNA) located? NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (NROTC) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The purpose of the NROTC Scholarship program is to educate and train well-qualified young men and women  for  careers  as  commissioned  officers  of  the Navy’s  Unrestricted  Line  and  Nurse  Corps.  The NROTC  Scholarship  Program  primarily  focuses  on technical fields of study such as engineering, math, and physics,   which   lead   to   appointments   in   the Unrestricted  Line  communities.    Some  scholarships for  non-technical  degrees  are  offered  as  well,  but greater emphasis is given to technical majors to meet the  increasing  demand  for  technical  training  in  the Fleet.  The  Unrestricted  Line  offers  opportunities  in Surface  Warfare,  Submarines,  Aviation,  Special Warfare, and Special Operations.  Nurse Corps option graduates  receive  commissions  in  the  Nurse  Corps. Initial appointments are in the grade of Ensign, United States  Naval  Reserve  with  a  minimum  service obligation of 4 years. The four-year and two-year NROTC Scholarship programs  provide  qualified  students  with  tuition, books, instructional fees, uniforms, and a subsistence allowance  of  $200  per  month.    Room  and  board expenses are not provided. Enlisted personnel selected for and enrolled in NROTC Scholarship programs are released from active duty and are not eligible for active duty  pay  and  allowances,  medical  benefits,  or  other active duty entitlements while in these programs. Scholarship students must successfully complete naval  science  courses,  drills,  and  summer  training before graduation from college.  Selectees must attend classes full-time during the academic year. Basic Eligibility Requirements. Applicants must be:    Citizens  of  the  United  States  and  cannot  be waived.    Of good moral character and have no record of disciplinary  action  within  3  years  before application.    Under 27 years of age on 30 June of the year in which  eligible  for  commissioned  status.    Age waivers may be granted for prior active military service, on a month-for-month basis, computed as of 1 September of the year of enrollment in NROTC, provided the applicant will not reach his/her 30th birthday by 30 June of the year in which  graduation  and  commissioning  are anticipated.    High school graduates or hold a GED and are scholastically qualified.    Physically  qualified  for  NROTC  program  as determined  by  the  Physical  Medical  Review Board.    Recommended by their commanding officer.    Four-year  applicants  must  have  less  than  30 semester  hours  or  45  quarter  hours  of  college work completed by the fall of the year in which they will attend college. Applications  must  be  received  by  15  March  for two-year  applicants  and  31  January  for  four-year applicants  before  the  year  in  which  the  applicant desires admission.  Additional academic and program eligibility requirements are specified in greater detail in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 4. Q3.   To  be  eligible  for  the  NROTC  Scholarship Program, applicants must be under what age? Q4.   How  much  subsistence  allowance  does  an NROTC student receive each month? THE BROADENED OPPORTUNITY FOR OFFICER SELECTION AND TRAINING (BOOST) PROGRAM The Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and   Training   (BOOST)   program   is   a   college preparatory  program,  which  prepares  applicants  for entry into the NROTC Scholarship program or the U.S. Naval Academy.   BOOST provides a commissioning opportunity  to  Fleet  Sailors  who  have  demonstrated the   qualities   necessary   for   careers   as   Navy Unrestricted Line officers or as Nurse Corps officers, but whose past academic performance does not qualify them for immediate selection into an officer accession program. The  BOOST  program  is  a  significant contributor  to  minority  NROTC  accessions,  and therefore minority personnel are strongly encouraged to apply. BOOST  is  located  at  the  Naval  Education  and Training Center, Newport, Rhode Island.  It provides a rigorous  10-month  college  preparatory  curriculum consisting of mathematics, English, science, computer science, and military training. 3-3

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