University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Army ROTC Cannon Team salutes the flag with a BANG at the completion of the National Anthem at a Huskers baseball game.

Army ROTC Cannon Team

Army ROTC Cannon Team salutes the flag with a BANG at the completion of the National Anthem at a Huskers baseball game.

Thank you for your interest in the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. For newcomers, our hope is that this website will better inform you about ROTC and its requirements and many benefits.  We hope you will be able to use this information to decide if being an officer in the United States Army is in your future.  After reviewing the information on this website, please contact us.

Army ROTC is a course which young men and women take in college to become good leaders. The leadership skills learned can be applied to both military and civilian careers. Not only do students receive superb leadership training, ROTC scholarships can also help finance college. Other benefits include enhanced self confidence, a high level of physical fitness, a sense of community, and life long friendship. Students may participate in ROTC during their freshman and sophomore year with no obligation to continue in the military.

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