The University of South Carolina is one of the few schools in the nation to have Army,
Navy and Air Force ROTC programs. These programs prepare students to be both leaders
and life-long learners.
Each ROTC program at UofSC offers
scholarships that can ease the burden of paying for a college degree. With a lower cost of education, cadets
can focus on what really matters: growing as a leader and scholar.
The ROTC programs are not limited to any degree programs. Whether your passion is
art or engineering,
ROTC enhances studies by emphasizing the importance of making academics a priority. The leadership skills
learned through ROTC will show up in the classroom and beyond. Your Future
Each ROTC program at Carolina is a strong professional community. Joining this community
allows cadets to tap into unique career opportunities and build a
professional network. The relationships built during the four years in a UofSC ROTC program benefit cadets
for a lifetime.
If you are looking for a bachelor’s degree, whether you are a current high school
student or want to transfer from another college, we can walk you through the application
James Anderson earned a degree in political science and served in the Air Force ROTC
in the College of Arts and Sciences. Now, with the help of a Fulbright Scholarship,
he is spending a year researching Canadian-American defense relations at Queen's University
in Kingston, Ontario.