Why Army ROTC?
MSU and its Army ROTC program prepares students to be innovators and leaders for the 21st century.
Scholarships and stipends in Army ROTC pay for college courses and help you focus on what's important. Namely, getting that college degree — not how you'll pay for it.
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If you're interested in attending college while learning what it takes to become an Army Officer, ROTC may be right for you. In addition to teaching you valuable leadership skills, military training, and discipline, ROTC can also provide you with money for tuition and other expenses through scholarships.
The general objective of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to develop in each student: (1) a basic understanding of associated professional knowledge necessary to be an officer in the US Armed Forces; (2) a strong sense of personal integrity, individual responsibility and honor; and, (3) an appreciation of the requirements of national security.
Army Officers embody honor, integrity and personal courage. There are two kinds of Officers in the U.S. Army: Commissioned Officers and Warrant Officers. You’ll find the differences below.