Army ROTC classroom instruction covers two basic areas. First, you'll learn about the history, structure, and functions of the Army. Then, you'll learn how to think and act like a leader. Role-playing and management exercises will teach you how to organize tasks, make decisions, and use time efficiently. Presentation skills training and the Cadet Writing Program will round out your instruction. Best of all, after teaching you a particular leadership skill, ROTC will give you plenty of opportunities to use it — a fact which can make all the difference in whatever you choose to do in life.
The Army ROTC program is designed to challenge you mentally and physically, preparing you for lifelong fitness in any career. So, in addition to your classroom work, you can look forward to activities which will help to build your coordination, stamina, and physical strength. Weekly runs and other athletic activities will keep you in peak condition.
Every Friday morning from 0600 to 0800 the Golden Eagle Battalion conducts leadership training exercises to develop leadership ability, soldiers skills, and prepare Cadets to become commissioned officers in the U.S. Army.