The four-year army ROTC is divided into two parts. the Basic Course and the Advanced Course. The Basic Course is generally taken during the first year of college and incurs no military obligation. unless you receive National Guard of scholarship funds. In the Basic Course, you’ll experience leadership challanges, military tactics, weapon training and more.
The Advanced Course is offered the final two years of college to students with the interest and potential to become Guard officers- and who meet the physical mental and academic standards. Completion of the Basic Course or CIET is a prerequisite. Those attending the Advanced Course also commit to serve as an Officer in the National Guardor Army following graduation.
With SMP, you participate in both the Guard and your college’s ROTC program at the same time. During this two-year course, you’ll be paired with and mentored by a unit officer, and get paid to drill once a month with your Guard unit. In addition, check out these benefits:
- Qualify for up to 100 percent tuition with the Guaranteed Reserve Force Duty(GFRD) scholarship.
- Earn a cash bonus, depending on your Military Occupational Specialty(MOS)
- Receive a monthly allowance, based on your grade level.
- Get more money every month through the Montgomery GI Bills and Guard Kicker.
Best of all, upon graduation you’ll receive your commision as a second lieutenant, and servein either the National Guard or the active Army. SMP is your keyto success now and after graduation. Your recruiter has all the details.
NH ROTC Programs
- University of New Hampshire
- Plymouth State University
- Keene State College
UNH Army ROTC offers exciting & challenging training that features classroom instruction, physical fitness training, leadership laboratories and field training exercises. Our program consists of over 100 cadets who are strong leaders and citizens, active on campus and in the community
The Army ROTC Program at SNHU puts you on a path toward becoming an effective leader capable of communicating, managing, and motivating others toward a common goal. Cadets who successfully complete Army ROTC training are commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants upon graduation with part-time (Reserve Component) or full-time (Active Component) jobs.