Bryce Neier, an allied attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom Organization who has his own law firm, was an Army ROTC 3 year Scholarship recipient. Upon graduation from Stetson University in 1983 he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army and served overseas for five years. Drawing on his experience with the United States Army, Bryce Neier is able to serve as bridge between military personnel and family law cases.
Army ROTC Scholarships are some of the best scholarships awarded to young college and university students who qualify. The scholarships are based on many factors such as academic performance, leadership qualities, desire to serve one’s country, student merit, and other traits needed of fine young officers for the U.S. military branches of service.
For every school year, additional Army ROTC finances are available for monthly living expenses. Students can earn a specific amount of funding according to their curriculum with the Army ROTC. First-year students receive $300 each month, second-year students receive $350 each month, third-year students receive $450 each month, and fourth-year students receive $500 each month. These funds are also available for non-scholarship Cadets who are part of the Army ROTC Advanced Course.
R.O.T.C. Scholarships are offered at most universities from most if not all the U.S. military branches of service.