What is Army ROTC?

Army ROTC is a college elective program designed to develop individual leadership skills for either a military or civilian career. It is one of three ways men and women wishing to serve in the United States Army can gain a commission and enter the military as a Second Lieutenant.


Receive premier training at the topped rank ROTC program in the Southeast. Our Cadets train during the school year and over the summer to prepare to be future leaders in the U.S. Army.


Visit us in person, send us an email, or schedule a phone call with a member of our recruiting team. We’re standing by to give you the information you need to start your Army career. 

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CDT Steele at the Army Best Squad Competition practice representing UCF Army ROTC
CDT Garcia receiving the Latina Style Distinguished Military Service Award by the Secretary of the Army
CDT Power, the #6 Cadet in the Nation on the National Order of Merit List

Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of scholarships are available in Army ROTC?

Army ROTC offers two, three, and four-year scholarships, which pay full tuition and fees, include a separate allowance for books, and a monthly stipend of up to $5,000 a year.

How will being an Army ROTC Cadet affect my daily life? Do Cadets experience normal college life and activities?

Army ROTC Cadets have the same lifestyles and academic schedules as any other college students. They join fraternities and sororities, participate in all levels of team and individual sports, and take part in community service projects.

What is the typical career path for an Army Officer? What career fields are available?

Army ROTC graduates are commissioned as U.S. Army Second Lieutenants. They then receive specialized training in 1 of 17 different Army branches. During their Army careers, officers have many opportunities for advanced leadership positions and post-graduate education.