Cadets entering the Advanced Course need to make a commitment to serve in either the Active Army or in the Reserves. Normally this commitment is made by the choice of scholarships taken. Some cadets, for one reason or another, may opt not to take a scholarship. By doing this they delay the decision about serving in the active Army or in the Reserves or Guard until just before their senior year. They will be contracted to serve none-the-less. This may be an attractive option if a cadet wants more time to decide.
Call The BYU Recruiting Office for details at 801-422-7725.
A non-scholarship cadet receives a monthly stipend of $450 for a junior and $500 for a senior, $200 a month drill pay (if a member of the Reserves or Guard) along with GI Bill compensation (if eligible).
- Be enrolled in college and have completed at least sixty credits
- Participate in leadership, extracurricular and athletic activities (A part time job earns you substitute credit).
- Be under thirty-three by 30 June of the year you expect to graduate (qualifying veterans may be granted an age extension of up to four years).
- Agree to accept a commission in the U.S. Army.
- Attend the five-week Leaders Training Course or have completed the first and second year of Military Science or equivalent.
How to Receive more information
To receive more information contact the BYU Recruiting Office at (801) 422-7725 or write to:
Department of Military Science
Brigham Young University
320 Wells ROTC Bld.
Provo, UT 84602