About the Pirate Battalion

Army ROTC is a leadership program that allows cadets to both attend college as a regular student, and train to commission as an Officer in the US Army upon graduation. A number of opportunities are available to prospective cadets joining the program, and there are a number of different schools a cadet can be a full-time student at and still receive a full scholarship from the Army. Whether you're in high school, college or already in the Army, there is a way you can become an Officer in today's Army. Read more >>

Program Overview


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  • 8-10 April – Leadership Development Exercise
  • 29 April – Best Pirate Competition30 April – Military Ball
  • 30 April– Military Ball
  • 2 May – Battalion Cadet Change of Command Ceremony - The “transfer of charge” ceremony to a new group of Cadets.
  • 12 May – Memorial Wall Dedication Ceremony – Mooney Hall 4th Floor
  • 13 May – Cadet Award Ceremony – 10:00 a.m. Jubilee Hall Aud.
  • 13 May – Commissioning Ceremony – 1:00 p.m. Jubilee Hall Aud. Ceremony in which ROTC Cadets begin the next step of their Army Career and commission as United States Army Officers



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