Current Students

Current Students

The Army ROTC Program

The focus of this program is to recruit, develop, and commission college-educated men and women to serve as officers in the United States Army. Participants in the program are commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the Army upon graduation with a bachelor’s degree. They will serve in either the active Army or in the Reserve component (Army Reserves or Army National Guard) after commissioning.

The program is centered on teaching the principles of leadership, attributes and competencies of Army leaders. These principles apply to positions in the military or in civilian careers. All courses of instruction develop leadership and management skills as well as enhance the self-confidence, and initiative of each student. Military Science is taken in addition to the required courses for each students major. ROTC is a four-year program that is divided into two phases: the basic course and the advanced course.


  • Schools

    Leadership Training, Combat Dive, Air Assault, Airborne and Mountain Warfare.

  • Scholarships

    Army ROTC High School, Army ROTC Campus-Based Scholarships, Guaranteed Reserve, Forces Duty Scholarships, Green to Gold, Nursing Scholarships, and Nonscholarship.

  • MacArthur Award

    Congratulations Mountain Rangers for earning the MacArthur award. The award recognizes the eight schools, selected from among the 275 senior Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) units nationwide, as the top programs in the country.