Army ROTC provides some of the most valuable skills and experiences possible for your future: leadership, management training, and physical fitness. Come give it a try. You can get in shape at morning PT, earn course credit in tactical and leadership classes, and practice team building, all before deciding whether to make a military commitment.
If you enlist in ROTC, you'll be serving your country while gaining the credentials to become an officer in the US Army.
Distributed Basic Camp is a fast-track option for upper-level (junior and senior) college students who have not previously participated in ROTC to become an Army officer. Completing this fast-track program earns you credit for the first two years of ROTC.
Entering ROTC is as simple as registering for the Military Science class & lab. Enrolling into the freshman or sophomore class has no service obligations and it gives you a chance to consider whether service as an Army Officer (Active or Reserve) might be a good professional fit for you after graduation. You may participate in ROTC with no military requirement.