Princeton University

Army ROTC is a nationally standardized program of pre-commissioning officereducation and training, which is offered at hundreds of colleges anduniversities throughout the United States. Army ROTC serves as the primarysource of commissioning for U.S. Army officers. Military Science coursescomplement all major areas of study by broadening the student's basic educationand helping to prepare students for positions of leadership in the Army. Asstudents earn their academic degree, they also earn a commission as a SecondLieutenant in the United States Army.

Cadets may be commissioned onto Active Duty or into the Army Reserve orNational Guard. In some cases, this decision can be locked-in by contract whenthe cadet enters the ROTC program. In most cases, however, a centralized boardmakes these decisions based on the needs of the Army, the cadet's statedpreferences, academic performance, National Advanced Leadership Campperformance, and recommendations of the cadet's Director of Army OfficerEducation.

The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learnproblem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizingskills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics andresponsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labsand field training exercises supplement classroom work with practicalleadership training and experience. Students receive developmental counselingroutinely from their U.S. Army officer and Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)instructors.

Cadets normally attend a Military Science elective course each semester anda five week National Advanced Leadership Camp in the summer following theirjunior year. U.S. Army officers and NCOs instruct the Military Sciencecourses. 

Army ROTC sponsors a centralized training and development LeadershipDevelopment and Assessment Camp conducted each summer at Fort Lewis,Washington. Successful completion of the National Advanced Leadership Camp is aprerequisite for commissioning. Cadets are encouraged to participate in ArmyROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or thePrinceton Color Guard. Cadets may also choose to attend professionaldevelopment training programs each summer, such as Airborne School, Air AssaultSc

Army ROTC is a nationally standardized program of pre-commissioning officereducation and training, which is offered at hundreds of colleges anduniversities throughout the United States. Army ROTC serves as the primarysource of commissioning for U.S. Army officers. Military Science coursescomplement all major areas of study by broadening the student's basic educationand helping to prepare students for positions of leadership in the Army. Asstudents earn their academic degree, they also earn a commission as a SecondLieutenant in the United States Army.

Cadets may be commissioned onto Active Duty or into the Army Reserve orNational Guard. In some cases, this decision can be locked-in by contract whenthe cadet enters the ROTC program. In most cases, however, a centralized boardmakes these decisions based on the needs of the Army, the cadet's statedpreferences, academic performance, National Advanced Leadership Campperformance, and recommendations of the cadet's Director of Army OfficerEducation.

The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learnproblem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizingskills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics andresponsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labsand field training exercises supplement classroom work with practicalleadership training and experience. Students receive developmental counselingroutinely from their U.S. Army officer and Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)instructors.

Cadets normally attend a Military Science elective course each semester anda five week National Advanced Leadership Camp in the summer following theirjunior year. U.S. Army officers and NCOs instruct the Military Sciencecourses. 

Army ROTC sponsors a centralized training and development LeadershipDevelopment and Assessment Camp conducted each summer at Fort Lewis,Washington. Successful completion of the National Advanced Leadership Camp is aprerequisite for commissioning. Cadets are encouraged to participate in ArmyROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or thePrinceton Color Guard. Cadets may also choose to attend professionaldevelopment training programs each summer, such as Airborne School, Air AssaultSc

Army ROTC is a nationally standardized program of pre-commissioning officereducation and training, which is offered at hundreds of colleges anduniversities throughout the United States. Army ROTC serves as the primarysource of commissioning for U.S. Army officers. Military Science coursescomplement all major areas of study by broadening the student's basic educationand helping to prepare students for positions of leadership in the Army. Asstudents earn their academic degree, they also earn a commission as a SecondLieutenant in the United States Army.

Cadets may be commissioned onto Active Duty or into the Army Reserve orNational Guard. In some cases, this decision can be locked-in by contract whenthe cadet enters the ROTC program. In most cases, however, a centralized boardmakes these decisions based on the needs of the Army, the cadet's statedpreferences, academic performance, National Advanced Leadership Campperformance, and recommendations of the cadet's Director of Army OfficerEducation.

The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learnproblem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizingskills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics andresponsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labsand field training exercises supplement classroom work with practicalleadership training and experience. Students receive developmental counselingroutinely from their U.S. Army officer and Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)instructors.

Cadets normally attend a Military Science elective course each semester anda five week National Advanced Leadership Camp in the summer following theirjunior year. U.S. Army officers and NCOs instruct the Military Sciencecourses. 

Army ROTC sponsors a centralized training and development LeadershipDevelopment and Assessment Camp conducted each summer at Fort Lewis,Washington. Successful completion of the National Advanced Leadership Camp is aprerequisite for commissioning. Cadets are encouraged to participate in ArmyROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or thePrinceton Color Guard. Cadets may also choose to attend professionaldevelopment training programs each summer, such as Airborne School, Air AssaultSc

Army ROTC is a nationally standardized program of pre-commissioning officereducation and training, which is offered at hundreds of colleges anduniversities throughout the United States. Army ROTC serves as the primarysource of commissioning for U.S. Army officers. Military Science coursescomplement all major areas of study by broadening the student's basic educationand helping to prepare students for positions of leadership in the Army. Asstudents earn their academic degree, they also earn a commission as a SecondLieutenant in the United States Army.

Cadets may be commissioned onto Active Duty or into the Army Reserve orNational Guard. In some cases, this decision can be locked-in by contract whenthe cadet enters the ROTC program. In most cases, however, a centralized boardmakes these decisions based on the needs of the Army, the cadet's statedpreferences, academic performance, National Advanced Leadership Campperformance, and recommendations of the cadet's Director of Army OfficerEducation.

The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learnproblem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizingskills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics andresponsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labsand field training exercises supplement classroom work with practicalleadership training and experience. Students receive developmental counselingroutinely from their U.S. Army officer and Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)instructors.

Cadets normally attend a Military Science elective course each semester anda five week National Advanced Leadership Camp in the summer following theirjunior year. U.S. Army officers and NCOs instruct the Military Sciencecourses. 

Army ROTC sponsors a centralized training and development LeadershipDevelopment and Assessment Camp conducted each summer at Fort Lewis,Washington. Successful completion of the National Advanced Leadership Camp is aprerequisite for commissioning. Cadets are encouraged to participate in ArmyROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or thePrinceton Color Guard. Cadets may also choose to attend professionaldevelopment training programs each summer, such as Airborne School, Air AssaultSc

Army ROTC is a nationally standardized program of pre-commissioning officereducation and training, which is offered at hundreds of colleges anduniversities throughout the United States. Army ROTC serves as the primarysource of commissioning for U.S. Army officers. Military Science coursescomplement all major areas of study by broadening the student's basic educationand helping to prepare students for positions of leadership in the Army. Asstudents earn their academic degree, they also earn a commission as a SecondLieutenant in the United States Army.

Cadets may be commissioned onto Active Duty or into the Army Reserve orNational Guard. In some cases, this decision can be locked-in by contract whenthe cadet enters the ROTC program. In most cases, however, a centralized boardmakes these decisions based on the needs of the Army, the cadet's statedpreferences, academic performance, National Advanced Leadership Campperformance, and recommendations of the cadet's Director of Army OfficerEducation.

The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learnproblem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizingskills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics andresponsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labsand field training exercises supplement classroom work with practicalleadership training and experience. Students receive developmental counselingroutinely from their U.S. Army officer and Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)instructors.

Cadets normally attend a Military Science elective course each semester anda five week National Advanced Leadership Camp in the summer following theirjunior year. U.S. Army officers and NCOs instruct the Military Sciencecourses. 

Army ROTC sponsors a centralized training and development LeadershipDevelopment and Assessment Camp conducted each summer at Fort Lewis,Washington. Successful completion of the National Advanced Leadership Camp is aprerequisite for commissioning. Cadets are encouraged to participate in ArmyROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or thePrinceton Color Guard. Cadets may also choose to attend professionaldevelopment training programs each summer, such as Airborne School, Air AssaultSc

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The mission ofPrinceton University Army ROTC, one of the oldest programs inthe country, is to recruit, educate, train, and motivate cadets so that eachgraduate will have the character, leadership, and other attributes essential toprogressive and continuing development as an officer in the United StatesArmy. 

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