The American Samoa Community College is a partnership school with the University of Hawaii Army ROTC program. The program offers elective credit towards an associates or bachelor's degree. The Army ROTC program does not lead to any degree in Military Science. Academic performance in core curriculum should be the main focus of cadets. The Army ROTC Basic Course consists of four distinct semesters; the Basic Course is structured as a single, progressive course. Upon successful completion of the Basic Course cadets may transfer 12 credits to one of the 273 Universities throughout the United States offering a commission in the United States Army as a Second Lieutenant.
Cadets must be pursuing an associate's degree in any of the majors offered at American Samoa Community College. Cadets must meet the U.S. citizenship and the Army physical fitness requirements to contract and enroll in the Advanced Course at one of the 273 ROTC universities. The Advanced Course is the third and fourth year of instruction, which is not offered at American Samoa Community College . Scholarships are available to students transferring
to one of the 273 Universities offering ROTC. Transfer students may be offered if qualified four-three or two-year scholarships depending on their academic alignment. It is imperative that applicants become a naturalized U.S. citizen to qualify for these scholarships.