PLU ROTC

Interested In Becoming A Nurse?


nursingThe Army ROTC program offers full-tuition scholarships for undergraduate Nursing students seeking their BSN.

The ROTC program allows you to complete your Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, while also taking ROTC classes which will help to develop you as a leader and future army officer. You will have the opportunity to challenge yourself, develop professional and leadership skills, and boost your self confidence.

The full-tuition scholarship, free room and board, yearly book stipend and monthly living allowance will help you pay for college while you gain practical experience. You will also take part in a summer internship that allows you to shadow an army nurse and study at medical centers all over the world!

Becoming a nurse in the Army sets the stage for the rest of your life. You are guaranteed a job right out of college at a state of the art medical center with a good salary.  You will be immediately entrusted with far more responsibility than your civilian nursing counterparts, and will gain the kind of leadership and management experience that the civilian sector finds invaluable in its nurses.

Take the next step and you'll amaze yourself with what you're capable of!

Visit the PLU Nursing Homepage and come to the next Nurse Information Briefing.

If you are considering Nursing at PLU and have some college credit already, check out this Transfer Guide. You may have already taken the PLU School of Nursing Pre-requisites and are eligible to apply directly to the School of Nursing. Deadline to apply to the SON is the 1st of March every year. You can begin ROTC as late as your junior year!

Before you can apply to the SON, you must apply and be accepted to PLU. Click HERE to apply to PLU if you are an incoming freshman, or HERE if you are transferring with college credit.
 
Visit this external link for more information on army nursing: http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/nurse_program.jsp

Army ROTC offers the nurse student training program (NSTP)

NSTP is a condensed clinical experience designed to prepare you for the Army Nurse Corps. Cadets will have an opportunity to go an Army Medical Center for up to 30 days between their junior and senior year.

Interested?

Call the Scholarship and Enrollment Officer at 253-535-8740 or email rotc@plu.edu if you're looking for more information or have questions.