Last night my little sister (5th grade) was making an e-mail account
She saw gender and went to click female when she noticed the...
Nutshell version: They pay for my tuition, all required fees (which, when I did my taxes, was over $1000 not counting the student health...
drunk me is the me i really want to be. confident, hilarious and, most importantly, drunk.
Nutshell version: They pay for my tuition, all required fees (which, when I did my taxes, was over $1000 not counting the student health insurance fee), reimburse me for required books and part of boards, and give me a monthly living stipend which isn’t a whole lot but enough that I can be comfortable in the South (the same stipend would not go as far in a big city like Chicago or NYC).
In exchange for this, you have to go to COT, do a couple military rotations, apply for military and civilian residencies and if you get both you have to go to the military one, after residency however many years of scholarship as active duty (in my case, 4 years), and after that you can decide to go career military or go into the however many years of scholarship as inactive reserve (in my case, 4 years).
It’s not for everyone, but it’s also not a completely awful deal either.