The College of William and Mary

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

A unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at The College of William and Mary on July 1, 1947, with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the United States Army and the civilian sector. By participating in the ROTC program a student may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Active Army, the United States Army Reserve or the Army National Guard, while pursuing an academic degree. The program offers a general military science and leadership curriculum which enables a cadet to qualify for assignment into any one of the 16 branches of the Army.

The Military Science and Leadership Department is a joint program with Christopher Newport University. Classroom courses are taught at the College of William and Mary, with field leadership training conducted at sites such as Ft. Eustis, the Mariner's Museum, and in Matoaka Woods at the College of William and Mary.

The Revolutionary Guard Battalion is the Army ROTC unit on the campuses of both the College of William and Mary and Christopher Newport University. The name of the Battalion originates from the Revolutionary War, when students and professors at the College formed a company to fight the British at Yorktown.

The Battalion is split into two companies, one at each school, for training purposes. Cadets attending William and Mary make up A Company, and C Company consists of cadets attending Christopher Newport University. For more information about becoming a part of either program, email Mr. Scott Fee atsmfee@wm.eduor telephone at 757-221-3611.

Participation includes:

  1. $4,500-$5,000 subsistence allowance during junior and senior years; some books and all uniforms are furnished by the Department of Military Science.
  2. An opportunity to participate in leadership and confidencebuilding activities as land navigation, adventure training, marksmanship, field training exercises, and physical training. The leadership and management skills development program includes education, training and experience that prepares a student for leadership in military service and civilian life.
  3. An opportunity to earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and a job opportunity in a leadership position with a starting salary and allowances of $39,000 per year, increasing to $73,700 in four years, or an opportunity to serve in the Army Reserve or National Guard.
  4. Newly commissioned officers may request an educational delay in their entry on active duty in order to pursue graduate studies in medicine, law or divinity.

 

Scholarships

Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available. Students compete for several thousand scholarships nationwide. Freshmen and sophomores may apply for the three- and two-year scholarships, respectively. These scholarships pay for:

  1. Tuition & Mandatory Fees (fully funded)
  2. Books (up to $900 annually)
  3. Expense stipend ($300-$500 tax free per month)

 

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