Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cadets will receive training from a professional cadre of highly trained and decorated soldiers.

Cadets are congratulated for excellence in training by Cadre

Cadets will receive training from a professional cadre of highly trained and decorated soldiers.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosts the best leadership development program in the nation. The Army ROTC program consists of students from MIT, Harvard University, Tufts University, Lesley University, Wellesley College, Salem State College, Endicott College, Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Our Vision:

To be recognized as the best university leader development program in the nation; honing and sharpening the leadership and management qualities of some of the most gifted young Americans who will lead our Armed Forces in the 21st Century.

To transcend institutions whereby future leaders of government, industry, business and, and academia carry with them our values, armed with the experience of service to nation through ROTC.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosts the best leadership development program in the nation. The Army ROTC program consists of students from MIT, Harvard University, Tufts University, Lesley University, Wellesley College, Salem State College, Endicott College, Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Our Vision:

To be recognized as the best university leader development program in the nation; honing and sharpening the leadership and management qualities of some of the most gifted young Americans who will lead our Armed Forces in the 21st Century.

To transcend institutions whereby future leaders of government, industry, business and, and academia carry with them our values, armed with the experience of service to nation through ROTC.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosts the best leadership development program in the nation. The Army ROTC program consists of students from MIT, Harvard University, Tufts University, Lesley University, Wellesley College, Salem State College, Endicott College, Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Our Vision:

To be recognized as the best university leader development program in the nation; honing and sharpening the leadership and management qualities of some of the most gifted young Americans who will lead our Armed Forces in the 21st Century.

To transcend institutions whereby future leaders of government, industry, business and, and academia carry with them our values, armed with the experience of service to nation through ROTC.

Battalion History

Army ROTC at MIT has a long a proud tradition going back to the end of the Civil War.

Faculty and Staff

Cadet Profiles

Alumni Profiles