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The ROTC Program offers students a chance to develop their leadership skills throughout their college career. During the first two years of the ROTC Program, students learn from their officers. In their final two years, students step into the role of leadership.

Military Science Minor =  No Obligation!

  • Freshman and Sophomore year… No Obligation to serve
  • Earn up to Ten Credit Hours towards your degree
  • Textbooks provided at no cost to student
  • Leadership Skills to prepare for the future

To enroll in the Advance Course Cadets must have completed one of the following:

  1. Basic Course
  2. Completion of Basic Camp
  3. Prior service and have completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, either while on Active Duty or as a member of the Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Academically considered a Junior and able to graduate in four semesters.

Advance Course – Making a Commitment to Serve!

  • Junior and Senior year - Does incur a military obligation. 
    • Depends on the Cadre's status which is either scholarship or non-scholarship
  • Textbooks provided at no cost to student
  • Leadership Skills
    • Plan labs with training and developing Junior Cadets (Cadre Supervision)
    • Plan Field Training Exercises with developing Junior Cadets (Cadre Supervision)
    • Conduct training meeting; planning for future events
    • Plan Military Dining In and Dining outs (family and friends can be invited for Dining out) for the ROTC program

Cadets who have been awarded an Army ROTC scholarship have a military obligation of four years on Active Duty and 4 years in the Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR).

Cadets who have not been awarded an Army ROTC scholarship incur a three year Active Duty obligation and five years in the Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR).

If a Cadet chooses to enter the Reserve Component or National Guard upon commissioning his or her obligation is eight years in that particular component.

Last Updated 9/14/18

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