Where is ROTC college located?
I have been wondering the same question as you. "What college is the army ROTC the best at" I have found out that the military doesn't rank college ROTC programs anymore but private companies do. So my suggestion is go to a book store and look for a book on the army ROTC and which colleges it is best at.
Yes, but not at the start of Junior ROTC. College, yes.
Yes. JROTC is in high school, ROTC is in college. Technically, you do not have to take JROTC at all to take ROTC. Generally, people who take ROTC in college are joining the military afterwards. The same in not necessarily true for JROTC.
Yes, all majors are accepted by ROTC
Students who are contracted ROTC cadets pay for very little in college. A full ROTC scholarship includes: tuition and fees, $600/ semester for books, and a monthly spending stipend of $300-$500 a month. Also, ROTC classes are available to all college students for free and no military obligation.
Most colleges will offer an army ROTC if the applicant is one that they particularly wish to have enter their college It is worth asking when applying to the college.
If you apply for an ROTC scholarship and get it you go through four yrs of college and they pay for it .. free college with a little pocket money for you every month .. that sounds pretty motivating
Army ROTC college scholarships provide up to $5000 annually for living expenses, most books & fees and full tuition or room & board
there are 2 yr and 3 yr ROTC programs where you would start in the middle of your college and continue to the end
No, it is not a major. You major in another subject and take one course a semester for ROTC.
If you are a cadet in an rotc program and join a military branch different than the one you were in rotc. does that affect what rank you start as after finishing college?
no you will always (out of rotc) start in any branch as a 2nd lieutenant
Almost literally anywhere.
It depends based on what you like more if you prefer College go to it. But if you like ROTC, or the military go to either one you like.[I would prefer college because you can make money and have wealthy life.
How about go to a college with an ROTC of your liking and then decide after college. Either way you'll have military life.
ROTC cadets typically aren't paid for being ROTC cadets. However, if they drill with a Reserve or National Guard unit, they receive pay equivalent to what an E-5 in that unit would receive.
there are different benefits to all the different branches of ROTC but one thing in common is the 4 year college scholorship that comes with a monthly allowance for you to use as you please. if you search ROTC benefits on a search engine you will see the links to the specific websites of the Navy, AF, and Army ROTC.
Yes, it has around a platoon size.
No you don't unless you are in college ROTC or a military university Lime West Point, Air Force Acadamy, and the Naval Acadamy. You can take ROTC without an obligation to serve in the military upon graduation. The only way you'd be obligated through ROTC is if you attended university on an ROTC scholarship.
It is possible, yes.
I think you are confused. JROTC is a high school course. So, no, you don't need a diploma to join. Maybe you are refering to college ROTC. If so, if you get into college, you can join ROTC. The J in JROTC means junior, by the way.
Depends. If you attend one of the US Military Academies (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, or Coast Guard Academy) or you go to school on an ROTC scholarship, you have an obligation to actively serve for five years. If you took ROTC but ROTC had nothing to do with funding your school, there is no obligation to go into the military.
ROTC is the Reserved Officer Training Corps, and yes. The army does have an ROTC. They are based at Universities and go hand in hand with the college education. It's not the only way of achieving officership. There are two other ways and they are OCS (Officer Canidacy School) and Direct Comission.
College ROTC commissions Reserve, National Guard, and Active Duty officers. You may choose which one you want.
If you are a graduate of ROTC program during college, you are already a reservist you just did not know it, all you need to do is to reactivate your status into an active reserve. Now, if you are a non-ROTC graduate you can join by enrolling BCMT (Basic Citizen Military Training) course which is an equivalent to ROTC.
Army ROTC - Reserve Officer Training Corps, is a college program in which while pursuing a bachelors degree you also train to be an Army officer; there are many online resources which let you look into this program; it is offered at many colleges across the USA ; there are many ROTC scholarships available in exchange for promised service in the US Army. there are also equivalents of this for other branches of the military… Read More
Depends on what you do as your job after class. You might still be working as waiter or whatever. An ROTC cadet who is assigned to a Reserve or National Guard unit for a monthly UTA will be paid the equivalent of a Sergeant during those UTAs, but you don't actually get paid for being an ROTC cadet.
Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps= JROTC is a high school program Reserved Officer Training Corps= ROTC is a college program both program helps with discipline
Join ROTC and it takes 4 years.
You need to ask the military about that.
Extracurricular activities are usually looked on as a positive indicator. Even High School ROTC, from what I hear. Frankly, based on the people I know who were in it, I'd regard it as a slight demerit. It definitely shouldn't be the only thing you did other than go to class. Unless, of course, you really meant it, and the colleges you're talking about are located in West Point, Annapolis or Colorado Springs.
Can you finish out ROTC in high school then go to college for a tech degree and then join the army and still be an officer?
No. "ROTC in high school" is JROTC. If you complete enough JROTC you can enlist as E2 or something. That's the only advantage of JROTC. For Army ROTC you must attend and receive a degree from a 4-year university.
The Army, because the Army ROTC was at more colleges than the Navy. Texas A&M's ROTC program commissioned 15,000 officers that served in World War 2, more than any other school, including West Point.
Well first off there is no Marine ROTC there is only Navy ROTC with Marine Option the pros are that you are part of "the few, the proud" and you are serving your country and being paid to go to college. The con is that you will be working your head off for all four years of the program and all the years of Obligated Service.
Check this page out and see if your college is listed. http://www.fau.edu/sass/pages/FICECODES.htm
to be an army officer you have to go to college and do ROTC. You can also find a recruiter near you and go through OCS (Officer Candidate School) after finishing college.
Go through basic training (contact an Air Force recruiter), Go through Air Force ROTC in college (reserve officer's training corps), Go to the Air Force academy. you can also find a college that offers Air Force ROTC and to prepare, you can take JROTC in high school.
The drafting of college students was the reason for the counter culture and student unrest during the 1960's. ROTC buildings were routinely targeted and burned on college campuses thru-out the nation. ROTC programs were largely cancelled during the 1970's to avoid rioting. Only recently have ROTC programs been re-vitalized on College campuses in the United States. The Vietnam War had to be fought by draftees. The mobilizing of military reserves could be construed as a… Read More
A Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program is a college-based, officer commissioning program, predominantly in the United States. It is designed as a college elective that focuses on leadership development, problem solving, strategic planning, and professional ethics. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.
Any accredited university in the US. Any accredited ROTC programme is also accepted.
Yes it either moticates them to join the military, go to college and join the rotc, or just graduate.
There are some colleges and universities that offer ROTC programs you can look into.
Yes. There are many ways to become an officer for each branch. One is an Academy, another is ROTC, Officer Candidate School, among others. You may enlist first.
If i join the Air Force before going to college will the Air Force supply me with a scholarship and if so how much and do i get to choose wich college?
Well the air force has many college options. You could go to the air force academy for free if you are selected but then you would have to be an officer for at least 6 years afterwards. another way is Air Force ROTC are located all over the U.S. including the university of Illinois. ROTC can get you a huge scholarship and sometimes can pay full tuition. With your dreams of becoming a pastor, Air… Read More
What is the difference between enlisting with the army vs doing the rotc program and going into the army as an officer?
Irregardless you will need to enlist into the Army, the ROTC program offered through some colleges requires you to be in the Army Reserves prior to applying for the Scholarship, it is your choice on the route you want to go. The biggest difference is that you will receive an active duty pay check and college benefits while serving on Active Duty where with in the ROTC Program you will still need to have at… Read More
Apply to college ROTC. There used to be two year curriculums and four year courses.
You get several different types of uniforms - PT uniform, dress uniform, ACU uniform, etc.
no. there are many ways to get into the air force. enlisted-no previous experience ROTC (in college)-study while preparing for officer commissioning in air force officer training school- already have a degree and apply to become an officer
Do you have to go through college NROTC to become on officer in the US Marine Corps or is high school NROTC enough?
In order to become a Marine Corps Officer you have to go through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program in college, go through OCS after College, or go to the Naval Academy. All Marine Corps Officers are college graduates. You can enlist after high school but the program in high school is not strictly military training, it is only military affiliated. In fact ROTC in High School may not help you very much in… Read More
No, you do not enlist in the terms of going to a recruiter, however, you are a member of the armed forces and could be given orders. However, college ROTC does require that you sign a contract. Up to the point where you begin your Junior year of classes, you can walk away. If you walk away after that point, the military can require you to serve to pay off your debt to the government… Read More
A Navy Pilot must first get a college degree. All pilots are officers, and to be an officer in any branch of the military, one must have a college degree. This degree can come from the Naval Academy or a civilian college. One may participate in an Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program, Officer Candidate School (OCS) after college, or attend the Naval Academy. Upon receiving a college degree and progressing through OCS, a ROTC… Read More