The Seawolf-class nuclear-powered attack submarine Jimmy Carter (SSN 23), underway during sea trials., photo credit from the United States Navy

Incoming Students Fall 2013

Welcome Aboard and congratulations on your acceptance into the Marquette Naval ROTC program! Whether you are joining us as a scholarship student or a college program student this site contains important information and many forms that you are required to fill out and return to us. As always, if you have any questions, please e-mail them to nrotc@mu.edu. All form are required to be submitted no later than August 2nd to allow time for processing

Information for ALL incoming Students (UPDATED 26 June 2013)

You must register for the following classes: NASC 1001 and NASC 1009.

Please download and review the following information prior to arriving at Marquette University:

Required Forms for Scholarship Students

If you are arriving as a scholarship student, please print off the following forms and return them via fax to (414) 288-7078.

Required Forms for College Program Students

If you are arriving as a college program student, please print off the following forms and return them via fax to (414) 288-7078.

Miscellaneous Forms for All Incoming Students

The following files are posted here only for awareness of these NROTC policies.  All enrolled students will sign these forms upon joining NROTC.  Do not submit them early with your other enrollment paperwork

Forms for Students at MSOE/UWM

After you have returned the form, you will receive an e-mail giving you a username and password that will allow you to enroll in these classes via Marquette's website. Ensure that you enroll as a "non-degree seeking student." Even if you are not on scholarship, these classes will be free to you.)


SITE MENU

Navy ROTC

Privacy and Security Notice

This is the Official U.S. Navy website intended to provide information about the Marquette University Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC). It is provided as a public service by the NROTC program of Marquette University. The purpose is to provide information and news about the NROTC program to the general public. Read more.