Make a Difference. Become an…. ARMY NURSE. Northern Michigan ROTC Program. The Northern Michigan University Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) offers scholarships to nursing students which pay 100% tuition, $1200 for books, and most required fees, plus a monthly stipend
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Make a Difference. Become an… ARMY NURSE Northern Michigan ROTC Program The Northern Michigan University Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) offers scholarships to nursing students which pay 100% tuition, $1200 for books, and most required fees, plus a monthly stipend ($300 per month for Freshman, $350 for Sophomores, $450 for Juniors, & $500 for Seniors). This scholarship also provides reimbursement for required nursing uniforms, equipment, and testing fees. If desired, ROTC scholarship tuition & fee benefits may be applied to room & board costs instead. Army ROTC offers students much more than just financial incentives. Army ROTC gives students the opportunity to learn the leadership and management skills that most civilian health care employers are seeking in new employees. Army ROTC is widely recognized by the NMU School of Nursing as a solid leadership credential for admissions consideration. In fact, our cadets are also eligible for the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP), where you may concurrently serve in US Army Hospital reserve unit. This provides additional drill pay, reserve benefits, another admissions credential, and also qualifies you for non-deployability status while in college. Army ROTC provides cadets with the opportunity to attend the Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP) – a 3-week paid internship at one of the military’s premier hospitals throughout the world (Germany, Hawaii, Washington D.C. , etc.). This internship gives nursing students hands-on experience and the NMU School of Nursing grants credit for 90 clinical hrs upon completion. NMU Army ROTC website: nmu.edu/rotc (see nursing) US Army Nurse Corps website: armynursecorps.amedd.army.mil ROTC Nursing Cadet website: www.rotc.monroe.army.mil/nurse TRADITIONAL 4-YEAR ROTC PROGRAM FallSpring Freshman MS139 & 159 (each 1 credit hour) Sophomore MS 239 & 259 (each 1 credit hour) Junior MS 339 & 359 (each 4 credit hours) Junior Summer – Leader Development and Assessment Course Senior MS 439 & 459 (each 4 credit hours) NEW! • How to Enroll: • Simply register for • MS 139 • Only one credit hour • (Mon. or Wed. classes) • Includes no-credit lab (Thurs.) • First year no obligation! SPECIAL ALTERNATE ALIGNMENT OPTION (AAO) Freshman Compress both MS 139/159 & MS259 class (total of 2 credit hours each Fall & Spring sem.) Sophomore MS 339 & 359 (each 4 credit hours) Junior Summer – Leader Development and Assessment Course JuniorNo ROTC classes during Nursing Clinicals Senior MS 439 & 459 (each 4 credit hrs) A better fit with the demands of Jr. Year Nursing Clinicals!! For more info, contact 1LT John Trumbull (906) 227-2236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Or visit us at nmu.edu/rotc 1st Floor, Gries Hall. OFFICER LEADER ARMY NURSE 10/05