Army ROTC

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Army ROTC cadet Tyler Scott gets a taste of working in the media

Tyler Scott, majors in history and minors in computer science, is an Army ROTC cadet and plans to serve as an officer in the U.S. Army after he graduates from Wright State. Continue reading

Physical attraction

Wright State senior Faith White sees Army ROTC as pathway to medical career

Wright State Army ROTC Cadet Faith White intends to serve at least four years of active duty in the Army after graduating in December with a biological sciences degree. Continue reading

National Guard opens doors for Wright State senior

Scott Nicholson is working toward a business management degree at Wright State while also serving in the National Guard and Army ROTC. Continue reading

Military might

On April 24, Wright State Air Force and Army ROTC cadets competed in a friendly but grueling exercise competition called the Provost Cup. Continue reading

Cybersecurity competition expected to draw college, high school teams to Wright State on Dec. 1

Wright State’s Army ROTC and the Department of Computer Science will host the Cyber Raider competition on Dec. 1. Continue reading

U.S. Army names Wright State a Center of Excellence for Nursing

The designation makes the Wright State College of Nursing and Health a preferred destination for ROTC cadets who want to work as nurses. Continue reading

Military minded

Wright State alumnus, Bronze Star winner Mark Winters shares his experience with Army ROTC cadets

Mark Winters started his 25-year career in the military during his freshman year at Wright State when he joined the Army ROTC. Continue reading

Global reach

Wright State Army ROTC cadets take part in summer programs, internships around the world

Summer programs and internships help U.S. Army ROTC cadets hone their medical, language and cultural skills as well as to strengthen relationships among U.S. allies. Continue reading

Military models

Five Wright State Army ROTC grads honored nationally as Distinguished Military Graduates
Wright State Army ROTC cadets raise the flag in observane of Memorial Day.

Distinguished Military Graduates made up 50 percent of Wright State’s Army ROTC commissioning class. Continue reading

Wright State ranked among nation’s top schools for military students

Wright State University has been ranked among the nation’s best schools for veteran, active-duty and military dependent students. Continue reading