About Army ROTC at ASU
The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program in the Department of Military Science at Arizona State University recruits, educates and trains cadets to become leaders who are committed to the values of the United States Army. As one of the top leadership programs and largest Battalions in the country, our cadets are prepared to succeed in any competitive environment while dedicating themselves to a lifetime of selfless service to the nation.
What is Army ROTC?
ASU’s Army ROTC program prepares student leaders for success and selfless service to the nation in the Sun Devil Battalion. Learn more.
Our Battalion History
Since 1935, the Sun Devil Battalion has been one of the leading commissioning sources for Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army. Learn more.
Benefits of Joining
There are numerous scholarships, from monthly living allowances to full tuition, available for students who join ASU’s Army ROTC. Learn more.
Preparation for a lifetime of success
Our cadets enjoy a normal college experience in whatever field of study they desire like other students, but will graduate as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army. In addition to receiving a degree from one of the top universities in the country, our cadets gain years of practical experience, leadership training and camaraderie that can help them excel in the Army as well as in any other career in the civilian workforce.