ROTC Leadership Opportunities and Educational Scholarships are available to eligible students through Franklin University’s ROTC host institution, Capital University. Please read below for a special invitation.

If you are interested in learning more about military service or earning an appointment from the President of the United States as Commissioned Officer into the US Army upon graduating with your Undergraduate Degree from Franklin University than you should enroll into the Military Science 111 elective starting Fall/Autumn Semester 2016.

Army ROTC Campus Based Scholarships are available for students that have at least a 2.5 Cumulative GPA Fall Semester 2016 & 19 ACT/920 SAT (Scholar Criteria), pass the Army Physical Fitness Test & meet other physical requirements (Athlete Criteria), and receive a leader recommendation from your Assistant Professor of Military Science (Leader Criteria). You could win the Campus Based Scholarship as early as Spring Semester of your Freshmen Year and it would start Fall Semester of your Sophomore Year. The Campus Based Scholarship offer comes from US Army Cadet Command (USACC) however it is won based on your college Scholar, Athlete, Leader Criteria in college not your high school criteria.

Army ROTC Campus Based Scholarships

Available for current freshmen (3-year scholarships), sophomores and juniors with at least 4-semesters remaining to graduate (2-year scholarship), and seniors planning to attend graduate school (2-year scholarship).

Scholarships pay:

  • Full tuition and mandatory fees
  • A $1200 per academic year book allowance
  • A stipend:
    • $350/month for Sophomores
    • $450/month for Juniors
    • $500/month for Seniors

I would like to invite you to meet with me at your convenience. To schedule an appointment please email me at or call me at 614-556-0313.

Thank you,

Ron Sargent

Scholarships & Admissions Officer
Department of Military Science (Army ROTC)




  1. Hello Sir,

    My name is Landing Demba and i’m a student at Franklin university. I’m sending you this email in regards to the ROTC program and how to become and officer at the army. This is my final semester at Franklin, and i’m graduating with my undergrad by August 2016. I’m planning in enrolling in the graduate program by August 2016.

    Please let me know how to get accepted into the program. Feel free to get back at me at your earliest convenience. Thank you

    Landing Demba

    • Hello Lanette!

      I believe there is an age limit of 35 years old. Also, you would need to have completed your degree goal by this age. Please contact Ronald Sargent at our host institution for more details: or call him at 614-556-0313.


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