ROTC Admissions

Passing the ROTC DoDMERB Physical

Medical clearance is an important but confusing part of joining the military. Acceptance into an ROTC program is no exception. This article will discuss automatic medical disqualifiers for ROTC and break down the entire process, explaining how DoDMERB plays into the process. If you have yet to apply for an ROTC scholarship, learn

Passing the ROTC DoDMERB Physical2021-01-19T15:18:03+00:00

Analysis of the October 2020 Army ROTC Board

ROTC Consulting currently works with a number of clients who competed on the first Army ROTC board. Based on the results and what we have learned from our sources, it looks like the first Army ROTC board stayed in line with previous years’ selection parameters. October 2020 Army ROTC Board Observed Trends The

Analysis of the October 2020 Army ROTC Board2020-11-05T21:39:08+00:00

Does ROTC Increase Your Chances of Getting into College?

Students often wonder when they are applying for college and plan to take ROTC in college if strongly mentioning ROTC in their essays or interviews will increase their chances of getting into the college or university of their choice. It often depends! Our answer is: it often depends on the college or university

Does ROTC Increase Your Chances of Getting into College?2020-09-15T16:53:26+00:00

Five Compelling Reasons to Choose Private Colleges over Public Colleges for ROTC

As a former Army ROTC Professor of Military Science for two “high cost” schools (Claremont McKenna College and the University of Southern California) I am often asked if it is better to take ROTC at a public or private school? In cases where you have an Army, Navy, or certain Air Force ROTC

Five Compelling Reasons to Choose Private Colleges over Public Colleges for ROTC2020-08-09T16:35:57+00:00
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