Our Mission

The U.S. Army Cadet Command partners with universities to recruit, educate, develop, and inspire Senior ROTC Cadets in order to commission officers of character for the Total Army, and partners with high schools to conduct JROTC in order to develop citizens of character for a lifetime of commitment and service to the nation.

How to Start Strong

Whether you’re a college-bound high school student or already attending a college or university, Army ROTC may have scholarships available for you. Scholarships are awarded based on a student’s merit and grades, not their financial need.

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News value

Army ROTC cadet Tyler Scott gets a taste of working in the media
Tyler Scott, majors in history and minors in computer science, is an Army ROTC cadet and plans to serve as an officer in the U.S. Army after he graduates from Wright State.

Physical attraction

Wright State senior Faith White sees Army ROTC as pathway to medical career
Wright State Army ROTC Cadet Faith White intends to serve at least four years of active duty in the Army after graduating in December with a biological sciences degree.

National Guard opens doors for Wright State senior

Scott Nicholson is working toward a business management degree at Wright State while also serving in the National Guard and Army ROTC.

Military might

On April 24, Wright State Air Force and Army ROTC cadets competed in a friendly but grueling exercise competition called the Provost Cup.

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