ROTC Programs

The Reserve Officers' Training Corps is a college-based program for training commissioned officers of the United States armed forces. ROTC officers serve in all branches of the U.S. armed forces. Under ROTC, a student may receive a competitive, merit-based scholarship, covering all or part of college tuition, in return for an obligation of active military service after graduation. ROTC students attend college like other students, but also receive basic military training and officer training for their chosen branch of service through the ROTC unit at or nearby the college. The students participate in regular drills during the school year, and extended training activities during the summer. Visit the Army ROTC official website for more information.​ 

ROTC Programs in Maryland:

Bowie State University ROTC
Loyola University in Maryland (HOST) ROTC
       Goucher College
​       Towson University
       College of Notre Dame
McDaniel College (HOST) ROTC
       Hood College
       Mount St. Mary's University
       Morgan State University
The Johns Hopkins University (HOST) ROTC
       University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
       University of Maryland, Baltimore
       Stevenson University
       University of Baltimore
       Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
       JHU School of Nursing
University of Maryland at College Park (HOST) ROTC
       University of Maryland University College​

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