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Is enrolling in Army ROTC the same as joining the Army?
Academics And Lifestyle
Army ROTC Cadets have the same lifestyles and academic schedules as any other college students. They join fraternities and sororities. They participate in varsity team and individual sports. They take part in community service projects. But there are two intensive Army ROTC courses that take place on Army Posts, usually during the summer:
Leader’s Training Course—This four-week summer course at Fort Knox, Kentucky is ONLY for students who enroll in Army ROTC without having taken the first two years of military science classes. Leader Development and Assessment Course—All Cadets who enter the Advanced Course must attend this four-week summer course at Fort Knox, Kentucky between their junior and senior years.
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- Cadets share experience during panel discussion at AAB January 6, 2017
- JROTC Cadets compete in National Raider Challenge November 10, 2016
- CFDC Program sharpens ROTC instructors' teaching skills October 12, 2016
- Cadet Command names its top 10 seniors October 4, 2016
- Army's newest four-star general credits ROTC for success October 4, 2016