Army ROTC

Army ROTC is an elective program that serves in conjunction with your existing degree program.

You receive college credit for your ROTC classes and some courses may be used to meet degree requirements for your college major.  ROTC classes will teach you leadership and management, values & ethics, military skills, and effective communication.

ROTC is, at its essence, an Army officer commissioning program; however, not all students who take our classes go on to serve in the Army. We encourage anyone interested in the armed forces or a career in the Army to enroll in our basic level courses.  These courses do not have any prerequisites or commitments and are designed to teach basic Army fundamentals.  Only scholarship students or students that advance to our upper level courses incur any service obligation.

Our Program at Robert Morris University conducts training in conjunction with Franciscan University of Steubenville. These three schools combine to create a subdivision or company within the Three Rivers Battalion ROTC Program.

For more information on RMU’s robust ROTC program, please contact:

Major Stephen Lucas
Assistant Professor of Military Science (Primary Point of Contact at RMU)
412-397-5425
lucass@rmu.edu 

or

Mr. Christopher Boissonnault
Scholarship and Enrollment Officer
Army ROTC, Three Rivers Battalion
Office: 412-624-6254
cbb24@pitt.edu