- Scholarship incentives: 2-4 year scholarships available to nursing students who meet the variety of qualifications
based on physical fitness, academics, GPA and extracurricular activities.
- Non-scholarship participants: May participate in Army ROTC without a scholarship and receive monthly stipend (based
on MS level) upon contracting.
- Guaranteed clinical nursing job upon graduation.
- Advanced summer camp: a month long field training exercise focusing on military skills and leadership training
which are normally taught the summer after the junior year and is conducted at FT
- Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP): Takes place during the summer between the sophomore and junior year in college or after senior year of ROTC.
- A three-week clinical experience undertaken at an Army hospital where nurse cadets will work one-on-one with Army Nurse Corps officers.
- Opportunity to gain job experience and refine their leadership, clinical and administrative nursing skills.
- Clinically focused and based on the preceptor model of teaching.
- Army Nursing Benefits:
- Free medical and dental care
- Receive substantial housing allowance
- Travel opportunities
- Regular progression in promotions and selection for position of increasing responsibility
- Serve as an officer in the U.S. Army
- Army Nurse VS Civilian Professional
- Educational opportunities:
- Additional nurse specialty training is offered to Army Nurses after graduation:
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Critical Care
- Psychiatric & Mental Health
- Operating Room
- Community Health Nurse
- Emergency Room Nurse
- Advanced degree programs, funded by the Army, may be pursued in the following disciplines:
- Nurse Anesthesia – master's degree
- Nurse Midwifery – master's degree
- Health Care Administration – master's degree
- Nursing Program of Choice – master's degree
- Clinical Nurse Practitioner – master's degree
- Doctoral study in nursing science, education or administration
For additional information, visit the following website Army Nurse Corps