Amherst College 2015-16 Catalog

  • Introduction
  • About Amherst College
  • Admission & Financial Aid
  • Regulations & Requirements
  • Amherst College Courses
  • Five College Programs & Certificates
  • Honors & Fellowships

Introduction

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

About Amherst College

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

Admission & Financial Aid

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

Regulations & Requirements

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

Amherst College Courses

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

Five College Programs & Certificates

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.

Honors & Fellowships

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ROTC and Veterans

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers interested students the opportunity to pursue a commis­sion as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through an affiliation with the USAF ROTC Detachment 370 at University of Massachusetts—Amherst, located less than two miles from the Amherst College campus. The program combines traditional classroom instruction, hands-on leadership training and physical fitness training. Amherst College students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. For underclass students the combined man­datory requirements are five hours per week and six hours per week for up­perclass students. Scholarship funding is available on a competitive basis for qualified applicants and “express” scholarship funding is available for quali­fied applicants in specific majors. Interested Amherst College students should explore the ROTC experience by seeking more information below:

Phone: 413-545-2437/2451

Email: afrotc@acad.umass.edu

Websites: http://www.umass.edu/afrotc

AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

Air Force ROTC one- to four-year college scholarships are available on a com­petitive basis to qualifying high school and college students. Scholarship re­cipients are selected using the whole person concept. This includes objective factors (grade point average) and subjective factors (interview evaluation). In selected academic areas, scholarships may be extended to meet a five-year de­gree program recognized by the college. Most scholarships cover full college tuition and most laboratory fees, and mandatory fees; plus a tax-free allowance during the school year ranging from $300 to $500 per month, and an annual $900 textbook stipend.

ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS

Amherst College offers the opportunity to train to become an officer in the United States Army through the Department of Military Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. The Military Leadership curriculum provides leader­ship and management training experience and is open to any Amherst College student who wishes to participate. Amherst students do not receive degree credit for participation in the courses. While all students receive the same expe­rience in using Army equipment, uniforms and training techniques, those stu­dents desiring a commission have scholarship opportunities available to them. Army ROTC scholarships are offered for periods of four, three and two years and are awarded on a merit basis to the most outstanding applicants. Interested students should call 413-545-2321 or 5364 for more information.

VETERANS

Eligible veterans may enroll in Air Force ROTC while in college, complete de­gree requirements and earn an Air Force Commission. Veterans can use their GI Bill or veterans’ benefits, receive the tax-free allowance and compete for other scholarship and financial aid programs.