Seton Hall University AROTC
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Located in Northern New Jersey, Seaton Hall University offers an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program. Students at Seton Hall take their academic courses very seriously. In addition to traditional academics, students take extensive course work in military science. Students also get the chance to spend time training in the field.
Students learn valuable basic infantry skills in the field. First aid, land navigation and marksmanship are a few of the skills learned during field training exercises. Physical fitness is an incredibly important part of the ROTC program. Students who like to push themselves to the limit can compete in the annual Ranger Challenge. Seton Hall University prepares cadets for successful careers as U.S. Army officers.
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