Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) helps college students develop the confidence and self-motivation necessary to succeed beyond the classroom—all while preparing them to serve as an Officer in the U.S. Army.
ROTC is an elective course that provides a combination of academics and important hands-on training. You will experience physical and mental challenges geared to help you succeed in college and beyond. You will learn teamwork and have assigned responsibilities like teaching younger cadets the same skills you have acquired. In addition to our on-campus training, we offer instruction in adventure training like rappelling and land navigation.
Enjoy the Benefits
- Uniforms provided at no cost
- Up to 4-year competitive scholarships
- Cadets receive a monthly stipend
For its many benefits, Army ROTC requires only a few hours a week. ROTC does not interfere with your required college curriculum or social life. In fact, you will find ROTC a great place to form lasting friendships.
If you wish to build a solid, well-rounded future and receive your undergraduate degree while training to become an Army Officer, take a closer look at Army ROTC.
Why Join Army ROTC?
There are many reasons to explore the ROTC program at North Greenville (partnered with Furman University, the host program). Some students join to fulfill the personal goal of following in the footsteps of a family member. Some join for the professional opportunities they have upon graduation. Others are drawn to the ROTC program out of a sense of patriotism and a desire to serve their country.
Those interested in joining ROTC should be:
- Dedicated to the program and their country
- Driven to succeed no matter what obstacles they face
- Disciplined enough to reach their goals
ROTC offers both prospective and current college students many benefits, including:
- An opportunity to develop technical and leadership skills
- A structured path to a career after college
- Specialized professional training for military Officer positions after college
- Scholarships that cover tuition, fees, books, and other student necessities
- Long-term career guidance and continued professional education
It is important to remember that ROTC scholarships provide these benefits in exchange for service in either the Army’s active duty, National Guard, or Reserve Component as an Army Officer after you complete your college degree. You should carefully examine these commitments, along with your other future goals, before accepting a scholarship or entering a program.
Benefits of ROTC Last a Lifetime
As an Army Officer, you’ll use unmatched leadership management skills, education and life experiences to prepare you to be even more successful in life. You will build the confidence and the character of a leader, one who will bring out the best of the Soldiers assigned under your command, while earning their respect. Start Strong with Army ROTC.
Take the Next Step
Do you want a collegiate experience while learning to become an Army Officer? You can enroll in Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at North Greenville University. It’s the best of both worlds: a college education with tuition assistance and stipends to qualified applicants, plus enrollment in one of the best leadership and management courses available. Start Strong with Army ROTC.
Set Yourself Apart From the Crowd Now
As a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) major, you take the same courses as thousands of other students nationwide and compete against them for the same jobs when you graduate. Set yourself apart from the crowd by joining the Army ROTC Paladin Battalion. Start Strong with Army ROTC.
Life After College
When you complete Army ROTC and graduate from college, you will become an Army Officer either on Active Duty or in the Guard or Reserve Component. You will earn a highly competitive salary and benefit package, and you will be a proud member of one of the most highly-regarded professions in America today.
Only men and women of outstanding character and drive will become U. S. Army Officers. Officers are the managers of the Army. They are tasked with making important decisions in stressful situations, and they are entrusted with the safety of the men and women under their command.
A successful future starts with challenging academics coupled with leadership training. In Army ROTC, you will combine classroom time with hands-on experience, mastering skills, methods, and processes that are sure to give you an edge over your peers.