Army ROTC Student

Army ROTC is not a major field of study at UW-Milwaukee. It is a program in which students pursue a baccalaureate degree of their choice and take Army ROTC courses in military-oriented subject matter in partnership with Marquette University. Army ROTC provides a general knowledge of the contemporary role of the Army in support of national objectives and a practicum in management and leadership skills. Credits earned in military science courses apply toward graduation requirements.

The Army ROTC program offers competitive two-, three-, and four-year scholarships to qualified undergraduate or graduate students. Currently, the scholarships offered for UWM students cover full tuition and fees or room and board, $1000 a year for books, and a $300-$450 monthly stipend. 

For more information on the Golden Eagle Battalion at Marquette University in partnership with UW-Milwaukee, visit our home page or contact Mr. Reuben Sotolongo at (414) 288-2051, (414) 288-2050, or


Army ROTC Personnel

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