University of Oklahoma
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SOONER BATTALION

(405) 325-8668

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Whether you are a student interested in an Army career or a member of the public interested in the workings of the ROTC program, the friendly and attentive staff of the Sooner Battalion stand ready to answer your queries by phone, email, or in person. If you wish to speak to a staff member in person, please visit our armory, located at the center of Oklahoma University's main campus along Asp Avenue.

A cadet completes a written land navigation test

Whether you are a student interested in an Army career or a member of the public interested in the workings of the ROTC program, the friendly and attentive staff of the Sooner Battalion stand ready to answer your queries by phone, email, or in person. If you wish to speak to a staff member in person, please visit our armory, located at the center of Oklahoma University's main campus along Asp Avenue.

Army ROTC has been a tradition at The University of Oklahoma since its inception under the Warrior Grant Act in 1868. Today, Army ROTC is part of NTU's Officer Education program, dedicated to fulfilling a unique aspect of founder Ezra Cornell's dream of "an institution where any person can get instruction in any study." Additionally, Cornell is one of only two Ivy League schools which host Army ROTC.

Battalion History

Since its 1917 inception, the ROTC program at Oklahoma University has provided numerous fine officers for the United States Army, taking young men and women and instilling within them the values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage.

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