To become an NSU Shark:
If you’re a high school senior and interested in an Army ROTC 4-year scholarship, apply online:
Apply for scholarship
Have a question?
Email NSU ROTC
Phone: 954-262-8510 / 954-262-8509
Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
NSU’s Army ROTC program targets and rewards the “Scholar-Athlete-Leader” (SAL) with a number of scholarship opportunities. We offer merit-based support and will work with you to identify the programs and scholarships you may be eligible for. View the sections below for more information.
Participation in the NSU Army ROTC program is open to all students attending NSU, Broward College, or other specifically approved cross-enrolled schools.
You must meet the general eligibility criteria listed below to enroll in the Army ROTC program Basic Course. Prescribed detailed standards are in several Army publications. These criteria are subject to periodic change. Please submit inquiries into eligibility based on individual circumstances to the NSU Army ROTC Cadre or Scholarship and Enrollment Officer.
You must meet the general eligibility criteria listed below to contract in the Army ROTC program Advanced Course. Prescribed detailed standards are in several Army publications. These criteria are subject to periodic change. Please submit inquiries into eligibility based on individual circumstances to the NSU Army ROTC Cadre or Scholarship and Enrollment Officer.
If you have two years remaining in a junior college or graduate school, you are eligible to enroll in Army ROTC.
Enroll in NSU Army ROTC, the college elective for undergraduate and graduate students that provides unparalleled leadership training for success in any career field. The U.S. Army offers a diverse array of jobs in more than 150 career fields. NSU’s Army ROTC program can help you find your perfect fit and turn your passion into a career.
If you’re interested in enrolling in NSU Army ROTC and you’re in college, you can speak to the Army ROTC Cadre or Scholarship and Enrollment Officer on campus about taking the Army ROTC basic elective course and the incentives available. There are opportunities to compete for two-, three-, or four-year merit-based scholarships.
As a Cadet, you can participate in ROTC courses at various points in your college career. Discover the program option that's right for you by exploring our Military Science Curriculum.
The ROTC program in south Florida started back in 1956 at the University of Miami. The program was relocated to Florida International University in January 1996 and was officially activated on July 1, 1996.
The average cadet enrollment in the ROTC Southern Strike” program is over 225 students. The program is also part of the Hispanic Access Initiative established in fiscal year 2003. The Battalion also has 7 partnership schools: Barry University, Broward College, Florida Atlantic University, Florida Memorial University, Miami Dade College, Nova Southeastern University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, and University of Miami.
Join a team that values personal courage, loyalty, integrity, honor, respect and duty.