National ROTC Scholarship Applicants
If you are a high school senior applying for the National ROTC Scholarship, and would like to schedule an interview with the Professor of Military Science at JMU, contact the Scholarship and Enrollment Officer Here
** New Prospects **
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The Making of an Army Officer
Monologues give veterans voice
Female veterans will tell their stories at a performance on Veterans Day ... Read More >
JMU ROTC Supports Red Flag Day
The James Madison University Army ROTC Duke Battalion on 23 October 2014 supporting awareness of dating violence and stalking. ... Read More >
Cultural Understanding in the Czech Republic
During the Summer of 2014, I was selected to go on a mission to the Czech Republic through the Cultural Understanding and Language Program ... Read More >
Cultural Understanding in Romania
Each summer about 1,200 Army ROTC Cadets from across the nation are afforded the opportunity to travel around the world thanks to the ... Read More >
History of war includes American women
New course explores contributions of women to nation's war efforts ... Read More >
Ranger Group Inductees Candidate Class 02-13
Ranger Group Inducts new members ... Read More >
Called to Duty: Experiences of American Women in Combat
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The Dedication of the ROTC Nursing Students
Imagine the alarm blasting you awake at 4:45a.m. three days a week. You throw on your uniform, strap on your running shoes and head to ... Read More >