Indiana University Bloomington

Enrollment


You can have the best of two worlds, civilian and military, and get a college experience unlike any other.

If you’re interested in attending college while learning what it takes to become an Army Officer, ROTC may be right for you. In addition to teaching you valuable leadership skills, military training, and discipline, ROTC can also provide you with money for tuition and other expenses through scholarships.

High School Students

If you’re still in high school and you’re interested in enrolling in Army ROTC, you can find schools that carry an Army ROTC program or talk to your academic advisor.

College Students

If you’re interested in enrolling in Army ROTC and you are in college, you can start by taking an Army ROTC basic elective course. If you have at least two or more years remaining toward your undergraduate degree, but not enough time to complete the Basic Course, you can enter the Army ROTC Advanced Course by completing the Leader’s Training Course held at Fort Knox, Kentucky, during the summer.

Talk to your campus Military Science department about other ways to enroll in Army ROTC and the incentives available, including opportunities to compete for two-, three-, or four-year scholarships.

Junior College & Graduate Students

If you have two years remaining in junior college or graduate school, you are still eligible to enroll in Army ROTC.

U.S. Army Reserve & Army National Guard

The Simultaneous Membership Program allows you to attend Army ROTC and serve in the U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard at the same time. It gives you an opportunity for additional training and experience. Cadets serve as Officer trainees in the Reserve or National Guard while completing college. You can earn Reserve/Guard pay and benefits in addition to your Army ROTC allowances.