Army ROTC Nurse

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Additional Benefits Package

After graduation, you will be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. Your first assignment, which is determined by evaluating your college performance, ROTC standing, and your preferences, can be one of over 25 hospitals in the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Germany or Korea.

Before you go to your first assignment, you will attend the Officer Basic Course at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where you will study basic army knowledge and the functioning of an army unit.

Once you have been working as an Army nurse (on active duty for one year), you are eligible to attend a clinical specialty course of your choice.

Currently, the course choices are:


Army ROTC Personnel

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