Georgetown University
Physical fitness is incredibly important, both in the Army and out. Cadets lead physical fitness sessions, and train as a unit.

Cadets conduct physical training

Physical fitness is incredibly important, both in the Army and out. Cadets lead physical fitness sessions, and train as a unit.

“ I won a four year scholarship out of high school - good grades, varsity golf, and service as Senior class president made me a competitive candidate. I chose to attend Marymount University, one of the schools that participates in Army ROTC through the Washington Consortium of Universities. Marymount provides free room and board as a special incentive for ROTC scholarship winners, which made it possible for me to come to school in the first place. The financial aid is great, but the leadership classes I've taken through ROTC have helped me to realize the program isn't about the money. My ROTC classes have opened my eyes to the true meaning of duty, honor, and citizenship. My physical fitness, confidence, public speaking ability, and character development have all been greatly enhanced through the mentoring I've received from the cadre at the Hoya Program, and I have made friends I will value for the rest of my life. It has been written that "soldiers will not have confidence in an officer unless he knows his business, and he must know it from the ground up." Army ROTC has laid the groundwork for a thorough understanding not just of my business, but of myself. ”

Matt Montazzoli, Oklahoma City, OK

Lifestyle

Get to know what it's like to be a Cadet in the ROTC program on your campus.

Training and Curriculum

See the kind of hands-on experience ROTC Cadets receive. Whether it's in the classroom or in the field, your leadership training will benefit you more than you thought possible.

Events and Activities

The Georgetown University ROTC Battalion has events and activities that take place all year long, learn about them here.