HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU NAVAL ROTC 1 - NROTC leadership is required to track degree plans and therefore we have military advisors assigned to work one-on-one with our scholarship cadets. You will see a request for validation from the NROTC Unit that will require your concurrence / validation on degree plans. 2 - Any change / adjustments in degree plan that requires the cadets to extend their graduation date must be approved by the Navy / USMC. Very important because of fiscal year constraints. 3 - Any change in major must be approved by the Navy and USMC – Navy in particular has very strict guidelines. 4 - Our scholarship students are required to take Naval Science courses. In addition, there are “core” courses that are service specific such as physics and calculus for Navy Scholarship students. In short they must carry more credit hours beyond those required for their degree. 5 - Our scholarship students must complete annual summer training, but we can make adjustments to enable students to take summer courses as required.
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU NAVAL ROTC 1- If you ever have a question or concern regarding any of our scholarship students please give us a call. Our number one priority is to ensure our students are academically successful. 2- Key Points of Contact for the NROTC (Navy & Marine Corps) are as follows: Commanding Officer - Colonel Paul Timoney - Executive Officer - Commander D.J. Haynie - Senior Marine Advisor - Major Chris Casey - Senior Navy Advisor - Lieutenant Josh Kraus – NROTC Phone Number: (979)
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Army ROTC
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Army ROTC 1 - Army ROTC (AROTC) validates and properly tracks degree plans for Cadets via a Cadet Command Form 104-R. This form is reviewed by the Cadet, Academic Advisor, Military Science Instructor and the Professor of Military Science. For those Cadets that are pursuing a commission into the US Army, this form contains their “blueprint for success” concerning graduation and future service as a Second Lieutenant. 2 - Contracted Cadets (those that are on scholarship or seeking a commission) that request either a change in major or a change in their expected graduation date must have approval from the Professor of Military Science. 3 - Military Science courses and associated labs are required for our Cadets seeking a commission. This Military Science instruction is in addition to credits required for their respective degrees. 4 - AROTC Cadets have the opportunity to pursue various volunteer opportunities such as Study Abroad, Project Global Officer and Culture Understanding and Language Proficiency Training that produce a more well rounded student and leader. 5 - Contracted Cadets are required to attend the Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) which is normally between their junior and senior years. This course is a five week summer course utilized to evaluate and train the Cadets.
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Army ROTC 1- Our priority is to produce Student – Athlete – Leaders for the 21 st Century with a heavy emphasis on academic success. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. 2- Key Points of Contact for the Army ROTC are as follows: Professor of Military Science - Colonel Michael Bottiglieri Executive Officer - Lieutenant Colonel Luis Urbina Chief Senior Military Instructor- Sergeant Major Patrick Sticca Army ROTC Phone Number: (979)
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Air Force ROTC Freshmen & Sophomores Juniors & Seniors Left Sleeve (All)
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Air Force ROTC -Ensure cadets meet graduation/program requirements -Semester Academic Plan Review (Form 48) -Unauthorized changes to graduation date have ramifications -Cadets must commission in assigned Fiscal Year -Air Force ROTC approves graduation date changes -Unauthorized changes of major have ramifications -Air Force ROTC has to approve major Changes -Scholarship Cadets -24-semester hours of math and physical science or -4 semesters of the same foreign language -Contract Cadets -Must take 24 hrs of ROTC classes (4/Fresh, 4/Soph, 8/Jnr, 8/Snr) -Must attend Summer field training between sophomore and junior year
HONOR … INTEGRITY … SELFLESS SERVICE … DISCIPLINE TAMU Air Force ROTC Thank you for partnering w/us to strengthen our Nation’s defense & developing productive citizens to tackle challenges of the 21 st century Air Force ROTC Key Points of Contact Commander – Colonel Hugh Hanlon – Director of Operations – Lt Col Chris Cantrell ’92 – Education Officer – Captain Steven Sisson – Air Force ROTC Phone Number: (979) Our #1 Priority is Academics 12.5K Scholarship applicants / 4.4K selects (35%) 80% Tech / 16% Non-Tech / 4% Foreign Language Average Select: 1300 SAT / 29 ACT / 3.76 GPA