Regent University, a military-friendly Christian university, is proud to join forces with the Army ROTC and Navy ROTC at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. With this joint agreement, students can take courses toward a Regent University degree while fulfilling their ROTC commitment with ODU. We also offer a Navy ROTC Preparatory Program. A dedicated military team is available to address your education and career counseling needs. Contact our Military Resource Center at 757.352.4757 for more information.
Students can take courses toward a Regent University degree while fulfilling their Army ROTC commitment at ODU. Students desiring to attend Regent on an Army scholarship should first apply to Regent for admission, then to Army ROTC at ODU for the undergraduate or graduate scholarship.
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Some students show great promise through their grades, activities and character. However, their standardized test scores and/or financial challenges limit their ability to compete for and commission through traditional Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) scholarships. Does this sound like you?
The NPP at Regent University opens access and prepares you for success to earn a commission in the Navy. In fact, the very mission of this program is to enhance midshipman candidates’ moral, mental and physical foundations. Students selected for the Preparatory Program will be awarded a scholarship which covers tuition, room and board, and fees for the entire preparatory year at Regent University. Provided the student successfully completes all requirements of the preparatory program, they will be awarded a 4-Year NROTC Scholarship by the U.S. Navy. During the preparatory year, students will actively participate in many NROTC activities while strengthening their fundamentals in math, English and leadership. Selected students will be required to attend and complete the NROTC New Student Indoctrination (Great Lakes, IL) from Jul 3-24, 2019 or July 25-August 15, 2019, as well as Regent’s Summer Orientation, Advising & Registration (SOAR) prior to starting the preparatory program at Regent University. This program is only offered to prospective Navy Option Midshipmen.
The following forms must be completed by March 10, 2019 to be considered for the Preparatory Program. Please note that admission is limited and on a rolling basis, with the possibility that all available seats may be filled prior to March 10, 2019 deadline. All applications will be reviewed for eligibility by the Professor of Naval Science, and eligible applications will be forwarded to Regent University for final selection. Instructions for filling out the forms can be found on Page 1 of the NROTC Preparatory Program Application.
To be eligible for the NROTC Preparatory Program, an applicant must meet the following requirements:
To learn more about the NROTC Preparatory Program, please review this information sheet or contact the Regent’s Military Resource Center at email@example.com. If you are a high school student but have not yet begun your senior year, consider pursuing the Royals Leadership Challenge to study military science and earn college credit at a discounted rate.