RappellingArmy ROTC takes no more of your time than other college courses and counts as credit toward your college diploma. You can take entry level ROTC courses without making any commitment to the military.

In Army ROTC, you'll do stuff that will challenge you both mentally and physically. As you find yourself rappelling from cliffs or leading your team through various obstacles, you'll develop skills you can use throughout your entire life and career. Skills like thinking on your feet, taking charge and making smart decisions.

Obstacle courseArmy ROTC awards two and three-year scholarships to hundreds of students each year, based solely on merit. Qualify, and you could receive a full scholarship for tuition and educational fees, plus money for books and a monthly allowance to help cover the day-to-day costs of college.

As a college and ROTC graduate, you will serve as an Army officer, either full time on active duty or part time while you begin your civilian career.

Training in the woodsAfter Army ROTC, problem solving, team building and decision making will be second nature. Plus, you'll have the self-assurance of knowing you can push yourself to the limit. With experience like this, there won't be anything in your career you can't handle.

Registering for an Army ROTC course is all it takes to get started. If interested sign up for one of the following classes:

Fall Class
50679 MS 101 6K Military Leadership, 2 credit hours, Tues and Thurs, 2:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.

Spring Class
30010 MS 102 6K Military Leadership, 2 credit hours, Tues and Thurs, 2:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.

For additional details, please contact us at (205) 934-8749 or email: roo@uab.edu