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Enrollment Options

The Army Green to Gold Program is designed to offer Enlisted Soldiers in the Army the opportunity to earn a commission as Army Officers. This program offers enlisted Soldiers several unique ways to earn a baccalaureate or graduate degree:

  • Green to Gold Scholarship Option — For Soldiers who are considering leaving Active Duty to attend college while receiving full tuition or room and board (capped), flat rate book payment and a monthly stipend.
  • Green to Gold Active Duty Option — For Soldiers who want to remain on Active Duty and attend college.
  • Green to Gold Non-Scholarship — For Soldiers who are considering leaving Active Duty to attend college while receiving a monthly stipend.

 

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Division Commander's 2-, 3-, Or 4-Year Hip Pocket Scholarships

Each year Division Commanders nominate Soldiers like yourself for scholarships to assist with college tuition and lead you to Officership through Army ROTC.

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Green to Gold Scholarship

The Army's Green to Gold Scholarship Program was designed specifically with you in mind, helping enlisted Soldiers get college degrees and become Officers.

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Green to Gold Non-Scholarship

If you already have completed two years of college, this may be the best way for you to finish off your college requirements, and get leadership training that leads to Officership while receiving a monthly stipend.

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Green To Gold Active Duty Option

If you desire to remain on Active Duty as an enlisted Soldier and desire to remain on Active Duty as an Officer following completion of Army ROTC, this program may be for you.

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Green To Gold FAQ

There are many ways you can use the Army's Green to Gold program to get your college degree and become an Officer. Find answers to your questions here.

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