MSU Army ROTC Bobcat Battalion
Welcome to the Bobcat Battalion!
Army ROTC allows MSU students to become Army Officers while they earn a bachelor's or master’s degree. Students take 4-6 credits of ROTC classes each semester to become a full-time Active Duty officer or a part-time officer in the Army National Guard or Army Reserve. Students can major in any degree offered at MSU and minor in Military Studies. Not only does Army ROTC supply leadership experience and a job after graduation, it can also provides a monthly stipend, money for books, and cover full tuition and fees. If you are interested in finding out more information without obligation, send an email to our Scholarship and Enrollment Officer, Mr. Reinhardt [email protected]
Important Dates for Fall 2023
- 10 November: Veteran's Day (No Classes, Offices Closed)
- 15 November: Last day to drop a course with a "W"
- Fall Break: 20-24 November (No Classes, Offices Open)
- 11-14 December: Finals Week
- 15 December: Commencement
- 15 December: Commissioning - 4:00pm, Alumni Lounge, Student Union Building, MSU
Scholarship applications will open November 1, 2023.
Applications for the 2023-2024 Academic Year Scholarships are open for all Cadets. Please visit this page to apply. If you have questions, please email or stop into 301 Hamilton Hall for assistance 8:00am - 2:00pm, Monday - Friday.
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What's Your Warrior?
The Bobcat Battalion challenges you to enroll in the most exciting course on campus. We educate, develop, and train top quality student leaders from high schools and on-campus. MSU Army ROTC forges cadets into the next generation of officers for the U.S. Army and the nation. Interested in learning more without obligation? Send an email to our Scholarship and Enrollment officier, Mr. Reinhardt [email protected]
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