Service caps waiting for the commissioning ceremony.
The U.S. Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program is offered at Mount St. Mary's in partnership with the military science department at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md. The ROTC program offers two, three, and four year full-tuition scholarships and/or a monthly stipend with book money for qualifying cadets. Upon graduation, ROTC cadets commission as Army officers with the rank of second lieutenant and either serve on active duty, the Army Reserve, or the National Guard.
Following commissioning, new Army officers serve in a variety of fields, including aviation, medical services, personnel, finance, intelligence, communications, infantry, artillery, armor, law enforcement and engineering.
For more details call the Military Science Department at (301) 447-5350 or visit the ROTC Program's website.
For more information email Michael K. McReal, MSMU ROTC Coordinator.
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