Army Nursing


The MTSU Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program is a leadership and management training program that offers 4, 3, or 2 year scholarships which pay full tuition and fees (for in-state or out-of-state status), $1,200 yearly ($600/semester) book allowance and a stipend of $420 per month.  Additionally, Nursing students as Cadets can receive additional monetary benefits for good grades, NCLEX-RN review course and test fees, uniforms, clinical and laboratory fees, malpractice insurance, immunization and testing courses.  Because admittance to the Nursing Program is so selective, a Nurse student who passes a medical exam, possesses good character and passes a physical fitness test can be fully eligible to receive an Army ROTC Nursing Scholarship.  The army ROTC course is tailored for Nursing students with full emphasis and priority placed on the demanding nurse curriculum.  Nursing graduates who complete their BSN degrees and pass their NCLEX-RN exam are designated as US Army commissioned officers in the Army Nurse Corps.


For More Information Contact:
Department of Military Science
Middle Tennessee State University
Forrest Hall, P.O. Box 52
Murfreesboro, TN 37132-0052
(615) 898-5702 or 898-2470