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ARMY ROTC. Fort Campbell’s Green-to-Gold Representative. Purpose. To provide an overview of Army ROTC’s Green-to-Gold Program and allow you to make a better informed decision. What is Green-to-Gold.

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ARMY ROTC

Fort Campbell’s Green-to-Gold Representative


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Purpose

To provide an overview of Army ROTC’s Green-to-Gold Program and allow you to make a better informed decision


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What is Green-to-Gold

The Green-to-Gold program is a Cadet Command Program designed to provide exceptional enlisted Soldiers an opportunity to become Army officers by completing a college degree.

It is an opportunity provided by the US Army and a privilege bestowed upon you by your chain of command; it is not a right.


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Schools & Information

  • All information is located at

    www.armyrotc.com


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Options Available

  • Green to Gold Scholarship

    • 4-Year Scholarship

    • 3-Year Scholarship

    • 2-Year Scholarship

  • 2-yr Non-scholarship Option

  • 2-yr Active Duty Option

  • Hip Pocket Scholarship


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Scholarships

  • 2-Year: must have completed 2 years of college credits toward your degree andhave 2 years remaining

  • 3-Year: must have completed 1 year of college credits toward your degree and have 3 years remaining

  • 4-Year: must have 4 years of college remaining toward your degree

    Submit Packet to National Board


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Scholarship Benefits

  • Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees

    • At university you are accepted to

  • Books and Supplies

    • $1,200 per year

  • Monthly Tax-free Stipend

    • $300-$500

  • GI Bill Benefits—use Montgomery GI Bill or Post 9/11 GI Bill

  • College / University Incentives


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2-yr Non-Scholarship Option

  • Must have completed 2 years of college credits toward your degree with 2 years remaining

  • No National Board – but deadlines remain the same—1 APR / 1 OCT for Fall / Spring Semester

  • Able to Join National Guard / Reserve Simultaneous Membership Program

    SMP = Non-deployable


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2-yr Non-Scholarship

  • Post 9/11 GI Bill

  • SMP Benefits

    • Tuition Assistance - $4500

    • E-5 Drill - $250

    • Cadet Stipend - $450

    • MGIB (Ch 30) - $1101 (instead of post 9/11 GIB)

    • MGIB (Ch 16) - $288 (instead of post 9/11 GIB)

    • Reserve Kicker - $350

    • Total - $2439 / month – 10 months


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2-yr Active Duty Option

  • Stay on active status – keep all current pay and benefits

  • School is place of duty

  • Can use GI bill

  • Do not receive time in service credit for school years

  • Must have 4 semesters remaining toward a Bachelor’sdegree

  • Competitive: currently limited to 200 slots per year; in ’08, 343 packets went to the board


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Hip-Pocket Scholarships

  • All eligibility criteria apply

  • CG has scholarships annually

  • Compete against other Fort Campbell Soldiers

  • Don’t compete nationally

  • CG holds local board to develop OML

  • Once approved by the CG, the packet must be forwarded to Cadet Command NLT 1 APR


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Timelines

Scholarship & ADO Application Window

15 Nov - 1 Apr

Alternate Date for Scholarship Only

1 Jun – 1 Oct

Non-Scholarship Application Window

Follow guidelines for scholarship windows

The boards convene in late APR / OCT; if selected, you will be notified via your chain of command NLT 30 JUN or 31 NOV. You will then PCS or ETS prior to starting school.


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Eligibility

  • U.S. Citizen...……………….......... (No Waivers)

  • Under 31 by 31 December of the calendar year when they’re eligible to commission (Waivers for NS, ADO)

  • College credits accepted by college of choice in major.……………………………... (No Waivers)

  • Freshman:High School Transcript/GED

  • Sophomore: 30 semester hour credits

  • Junior: 60 semester hour credits

  • SAT / ACT - 4-YR Scholarship

  • Minimum 920 / 19….................. (No Waivers)


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Eligibility Continued

  • 110 GT Score................................. (No Waivers)

  • 2 Letters of Acceptance............... (No Waivers)

    • College / University

    • Professor of Military Science (ROTC)

  • Cumulative Grade Point Average (No Waivers)

    • Scholarship & ADO.…2.5

    • Non-Scholarship…….2.0


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Eligibility Continued

  • Favorable recommendations from

    your chain-of-command....................(No Waivers)

  • Not a Conscientious Objector.……(No Waivers)

  • No arrests, indictments, or convictions by a civil court or military law for other than minor traffic violations..........…………...(Waiverable)

  • Minimum 2 Years Active Duty.……(Waiverable)

    Montgomery GI Bill 20/30 Rule

  • Eligible to reenlist......................……(No Waivers)

  • Less than 10 years AFS..................…... (Waiverable)


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Eligibility Continued

  • Applicants married to another

    SM with one or more dependents

    under 18 years of age.......…………….(Waiverable)

  • Dependents

    • No more than three...................….(Waiverable)

    • Not a single parent with custody…. (Waivers may be submitted, approvals are rare)

  • Pass APFT (No alternate events).……………..(No Waivers)

  • Meet Height / Weight Standards………..(No Waivers)

  • Medical exam IAW AR 40-501……….....(Waiverable)

    Commissioning source physical


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Obligation

  • Accept a commission and serve on Active Duty, in the Army Reserve, or Army National Guard upon graduation for a period of 8 years.

    • Scholarship - Serve on Active Duty for 4 years followed by 4 year service in the ARNG, USAR or the IRR for the remainder of the obligation. (6 years for Aviation) – includes Active Duty Option

    • Non-Scholarship- Serve on Active Duty for a minimum of 3 years followed by 5 year service in the ARNG, USAR or IRR; or request RFD for 8 years


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Execution

  • Review packet for pre-qualification

  • Complete a G2G packet

  • Submit the packet to the university of choice

  • Submit to CC for qualification (by 1 APR)

  • Board meets (MAY)

  • Receive acceptance letter (JUN)

  • Submit 4187 to request discharge

  • Conduct clearing (JUL)

  • Contract & ETS


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Responsibilities

  • ROTC Counterpart Battalion

    • Counseling on qualification

    • Assistance with Green-to-Gold application

    • Checks application packet

  • ROTC Battalion of Choice

    • Validates eligibility

    • Issues letter of acceptance

    • Provides information about the institution


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Resources

  • Education Center

    • GT testing & class to raise score (BSEP)

    • SAT / ACT testing & tutoring

    • Information on colleges / universities

    • Information on Montgomery GI Bill & Army College Fund

    • Assistance with application for university


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Regulatory Facts

  • Soldiers DO NOT lose MGIB

  • Stop loss DOES NOT affect ETS for ROTC

  • Soldiers DO NOT repay bonuses received

  • Soldiers CANNOT take terminal leave

  • Soldiers CANNOT be discharged immediately

  • Soldiers CANNOT ETS any earlier than 30 days prior to the start date of school

  • Soldiers get new contract; current obligation is terminated

  • Soldiers can also accept other forms of tuition assistance via non-binding scholarships, grants, loans, etc.


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More information

  • AR 145-1 Chapter 3

  • AR 635-200 Chapter 16-2

  • Cadet Command Reg 145-6

  • www.armyrotc.com

    • Click “Enlisted Soldiers” on left-hand bar

    • Scroll down to find application packet and eligibility requirements for your desired option


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