Army ROTC

The Department of Military Science and Leadership is the home of the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (AROTC). By serving in ROTC during college, you will be qualified to serve as an officer in the United States Army upon graduation.

Learn about our mission, the Leadership Science minor, our requirements and high expectations.

More About Army ROTC

 

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The mission of the Army ROTC program at Florida A&M University is to commission the future leadership for the U.S. Army and motivate young people to be better Americans. Future leaders, better citizens and military training are nothing new to those associated with the Rattler Battalion.

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You can join Army ROTC as a freshman, or you can join as a junior, senior or graduate student by attending Basic Camp, a 4-week accelerated training.

Our Programs and More

 

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If you are an active duty enlisted member of the Army and are interested in becoming an officer through ROTC, you can enter the Green to Gold Active Duty Option Program. Through this program, you can earn a degree and be commissioned as an Army officer.

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As part of your training to join ROTC, you will take military science classes that will lead to a minor in Leadership Science.

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You Have Questions. We Have Answers.

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More information about comissioned officer jobs.

Contact Info

Howard Hall
1750 Wahnish Way
Tallahassee, FL 32307

850-599-3516
850-561-2430 (fax)
arotc@famu.edu

If you need a specific contact, browse a full list of contacts for the Army ROTC cadre.