Juniors

A junior is defined as someone who has completed more than 60 credit hours. Students who are classified as a junior have three options to entering the Army ROTC program. 


They are:

  1. Attend the Leaders Training course over the summer, prior to the junior year. The course is held a FT Knox, KY, requires no obligation to the Army, and you receive pay while attending the course.
  2. Attend the junior level ROTC classes. At the end of your junior year attend the Leaders Training Course. At the end of your Senior Army ROTC year you would attend the Leadership Development Assessment Course (LDAC) and be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant at the completion of LDAC that summer.
  3. Be recommended for Accelerated Cadet Commissioning Training by the ROTC staff. The Professor of Military Science must give final approval for a cadet to be enrolled in this program. An enrolled cadet will be assigned an Army ROTC senior cadet as a trainer and be taught the basic course information outside the classroom during one on one training sessions. This path requires an additional 30 hours of training during the first month of school. Only highly qualified and motivated cadets will be recommended for this training.
  4. Request exception through the PMS to allow JROTC, (4yrs) experience, to substitute for the freshman and sophomore courses.
  5. Request exception through the PMS to allow basic training (any service) to substitute for the freshman and sophomore courses.