Campbell University
The lieutenants that have left our program have experienced tremendous levels of success both personally and professionally. From Brigade Command all the way down to earning the coveted Ranger Tab, our lieutenants leave Campbell Battalion with a strong desire to excel and lead soldiers. Come be a part of our team!

Jared and Danielle Chandler share a moment in their Class A uniforms. Both cadets recently received their commissions in Aviation and Medical Service Corps respectively.

The lieutenants that have left our program have experienced tremendous levels of success both personally and professionally. From Brigade Command all the way down to earning the coveted Ranger Tab, our lieutenants leave Campbell Battalion with a strong desire to excel and lead soldiers. Come be a part of our team!

Lieutenant Chandler, Class of 2004

Apache Pilot, Ranger School Candidate

Campbell University ROTC has a reputation for producing good leaders and I think that comes from the vast amount of experience the cadets and cadre possess.  Being so close to Fort Bragg, Campbell recruits top of the line soldiers to join ROTC.   That mentality has helped me in the army and in life.  I can learn something from anybody I meet, whether it is a college professor or the experienced soldier.  The training we received at Campbell was not sugar coated to attract more recruits.  It was hard, meaningful, and rewarding.  When it was all said and done, everyone felt good about coming from a school that does not want quantity, but quality. 

Lieutenant Brisson, Class of 2005

Combat Engineer, Sapper Candidate

“I decided to enroll in Campbell’s ROTC program because it provided me with not only the opportunity to become an Army Officer, but the training that I received allowed me to become a better person.”