Military Science (Army ROTC)

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps allows students to compete for up to a four-year full scholarship based on their own merit. Graduates enter service in the active Army, Army National Guard or Army Reserves as a leader from day one.

A LEADERSHIP COURSE LIKE NO OTHER.

Bryan Dunker

Meet Lt. Col. Bryan Dunker

Lt. Col. Bryan Dunker assumed duties as the professor of military science at the Wofford Army ROTC Battalion in June 2018. He was commissioned in the Army Corps of Engineers after graduating as a Distinguished Military Graduate from Lehigh University. His military career has spanned 18 years of service across all three Army components: active duty, National Guard and Army Reserve. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University and also a master’s degree in defense and strategic studies from the U.S. Naval War College.

Erin Jacobs

Meet Erin Jacobs ’18

Erin Jacobs graduated as a Distinguished Military Graduate in the top 10 percent of cadets across the nation. She majored in biology with a minor in math. While at Wofford, Jacobs served as a sergeant major and then battalion commander. She was commissioned as a second lieutenant upon graduation and is currently enrolled in medical school at the Uniformed University for Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md.

Training or special leadership opportunities available through the Army Officer Training Corps:

Basic Course
Cadet Initial Entry Training
Advanced Course
Cadet Leadership Course
Leadership Lab
Physical Training
Ranger Challenge
Airborne School
Air Assault School
Cadet Troop Leadership Training
Color Guard

Who joins ARMY ROTC:

Adventure seekers
Campus leaders
College-bowl team members
Eagle Scouts or Gold awardees
First-generation college students
Foreign language majors
Members of Greek-letter organizations
People who want to make a difference
Student-athletes
Students studying Pre-Law
Students studying Pre-Med
Students who love to travel