University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Each year the Army ROTC Battalion competes in several events against the Air Force and Navy/Marine ROTC units. Events at the Joint Field Meet include push ups, tug of war, pull ups, running, ultimate Frisbee, and a litter carry.

Cadets participate in a push up event during the Joint Field Meet.

Each year the Army ROTC Battalion competes in several events against the Air Force and Navy/Marine ROTC units. Events at the Joint Field Meet include push ups, tug of war, pull ups, running, ultimate Frisbee, and a litter carry.

“ As an MS III [junior], I have a new duty position every month. So far, I have had three leadership rotations and I am currently on my fourth as a Platoon Leader. All of my rotations have gone very well, and I am able to learn something new at each one. I have learned a lot about myself through the program. PT [physical training] keeps me physically fit, and I have developed a greater respect for my country and for the principles on which it stands. My leadership is constantly tested, which helps me continually grow as an individual. I really enjoy our Air Assaults and Field Training Exercises. ”

Pamela Bracey, St. Louis, MO

Who We're Looking For

Those who succeed in the Army ROTC program are students who excel and want something more out of the college experience. Generally, these students are scholars who keep their grades up, athletes who are physically strong and leaders who have a great desire to learn.

Nurse Program

If you're considering an undergraduate Nursing degree, enrolling in Army ROTC can enhance your leadership skills and critical thinking abilities while providing financial support to help make your professional goals a reality.

Being a Nurse in the Army provides you with benefits not found in the civilian world. As an Army Nurse and Officer, you will have the respect of your peers and coworkers, as well as opportunities to train and serve in a variety of specialties.

Army ROTC Basic Course

The Basic Course normally takes place during your first two years in college as elective courses. It normally involves one elective class or lab each semester. You will learn basic military skills and the fundamentals of leadership, as well as start the groundwork toward becoming an Army leader. You can take Army ROTC Basic Course without a military commitment.

ROTC Basic Camp

Cadets take part in Basic Camp when they enter Army ROTC going into their junior year. This course, made up of four phases, allows Cadets to "catch up" to those who joined in their freshman or sophomore years. The first phase introduces Cadets to the Army and prepares them for the next three phases consisting of team building, leadership development and Field Training Exercises.

Army ROTC Advanced Course

The Advanced Course takes place during your last two years in college as elective courses. It normally includes one elective class or lab each semester, plus a summer leadership course. You will learn advanced military tactics and gain experience in team organization, planning and decision-making. Entering the Advanced Course requires a commitment to serve as an Officer in the U.S. Army after you graduate.

Freshman Year: The Role Of The Army

  • Roles and Origins of the Army
  • Army Customs and Traditions
  • Branches of the Army
  • Military Operations and Tactics

Sophomore Year: The Role Of An Officer

  • Role of the Officer and Noncommissioned Officer
  • Communications
  • Code of Conduct
  • First Aid
  • Principles of War
  • Military Operations and Tactics

Junior Year: Small Unit Training

  • Command and Staff Functions
  • Nuclear, Biochemical and Chemical Warfare
  • Law of War
  • Weapons
  • Human Behavior
  • Math Reasoning
  • Computer Science
  • Military Operations and Tactics

Senior Year: Transition To Becoming An Officer

  • Military Justice
  • Intelligence and Electronic Warfare
  • Army Personnel Management
  • Army Logistics
  • Post and Installation Support
  • Military Operations and Tactics

ROTC Advanced Camp

Every Army ROTC Cadet who enters into the Advanced Course attends the Advanced Camp. It's a four-week summer course to evaluate and train all Army ROTC Cadets. This course normally takes place between your junior and senior years of college, and is conducted at Fort Knox, Kentucky.