Western Kentucky University
Cadet conduct road marches 3 to 4 times each semester to prepare them for there experiances at the Leaders Development and Accessment Course at Fort Lewis, Washington.

Hilltopper Battalion conducts 10-mile road march

Cadet conduct road marches 3 to 4 times each semester to prepare them for there experiances at the Leaders Development and Accessment Course at Fort Lewis, Washington.

“ ARMY ROTC training allows me to maintain my discipline and strengthen my leadership skills while completing my degree. As a prior service soldier, I am fulfilling my commitment to my country by returning to the service through ARMY ROTC. I enjoy the challenges of everyday leadership and honing my skills as a warrior in the world’s greatest ARMY to date. Whether you are seeking an active duty position or part-time duty with the Nation Guard or Reserve, the ARMY ROTC program will set you up for success and a lifetime of positive skills, which can be transferred into the civilian workforce. ”

Cadet Rob Cowan, Bowling Green, KY

Lifestyle

Get to know what it's like to be a Cadet in the ROTC program on your campus.

Training and Curriculum

See the kind of hands-on experience ROTC Cadets receive. Whether it's in the classroom or in the field, your leadership training will benefit you more than you thought possible.

Events and Activities

The Western Kentucky University ROTC Battalion has events and activities that take place all year long, learn about them here.