University of Kentucky AROTC
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The University of Kentucky’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program has produced countless well-prepared second lieutenants. Cadets take courses in military science and leadership in preparation for their future Army careers. The ROTC instructors serve as mentors to the young cadets in the program. Physical fitness is an important aspect of the ROTC program. Cadets are indoctrinated into the Army way of life.
Cadets participate in leadership laboratories every week. Field training exercises are conducted once a semester and help cadets improve upon their basic infantry skills. Cadets get a chance to spend time with each other during social occasions as well. Producing a well-prepared leader is The University of Kentucky’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program’s number one goal.
|Other Military Schools||Grades||Students||Faculty|
|Creighton University ROTC||College||8,000||1,000|
|St. John’s College High School||9-12||1100||75|
|Weber State University AROTC||College||25,000||850|
|Camden Military Academy||7-12, PG||300||40|
|Idaho State University Army ROTC||College||3,000||300|