Texas A&M Corps of Cadets

Address: 3608 E 29th Street, Bryan, TX 77802, Texas, United States

The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is comprised of more than 2,250 cadets. The Corps of Cadets is a prestigious program. There are around 1,800 scholarship opportunities for cadets at Texas A&M. In addition to traditional college classes, cadets get leadership training and experience. There is no obligation of service post graduation, but students can choose to commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps programs for the Army, Air Force or Navy.

The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is rich with military tradition. There are many special units that cadets can audition for. The Parsons Mounted Cavalry is the mounted unit which is commonly found at ceremonies and parades. Through leadership and military tradition, cadets at Texas A&M become prepared to be successful in their future endeavors.

Other Military Schools Grades Students Faculty
University of Southern Mississippi AROTC College 18,000 800
Utah Valley State College AROTC College 30,000 2,000
University of Delaware Army ROTC College 2,000 600
University of South Dakota Army ROTC College 10,000 400
Seaford High School NJROTC 9-12 800 60