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ROTC is a college elective that teaches you the skills needed for success after college. You'll combine classroom time with hands-on experience, and learn leadership and management skills. And because it's an elective, you can try it out for up to two years. Whatever you decide, the experience you'll gain in Army ROTC will give you the confidence you need to be a success in college and beyond. Whether you choose to pursue a career in the Army or in the corporate world, Army ROTC is "unlike any other college course you can take." It is the best leadership course on campus.
All cadets be contracted to the U.S. Army before the end of their MS III year
The leadership lab serves two very important purposes: it gives the MS III's a chance to practice leading small units in preparation for LDAC; and it gives the MS I & II's the opportunity to learn important skills. During most leadership labs the MS III class will lead the underclassmen in battle drills under the supervision of the MS IV class.
No. The ROTC department will issue every piece of equipment and every uniform item that you will need. There is no out of pocket expense passed on to the cadets.
Yes. We have many civilian students who join us at Physical Training in the mornings and who take the freshman level leadership classes (MS101 / MS102). If you are going to take the Leadership Lab, however, you will be enrolled in the program and required to wear the uniform to MS class and PT.
Yes. Cadets must receive their commission before their 34th birthday, but there are waivers available.
ROTC stands for Reserve Officers Training Corps. The ROTC is a commissioning program, and upon successful completion of the program, you will become a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.
As a fully-participating MS I, you are committed to 5.5 hours a week: physical training (PT) for three hours (one hour each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), one hour of class, and 1.5 hours for Leadership Lab on Thursday afternoon. You will wear the physical fitness uniform to PT and ACU's to class and lab.
During each semester ROTC cadets attend classes, labs, and PT each week. Two or three times each semester there are weekend events to ensure all training is accomplished. For more information on weekend events, see: Cadet Events.
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