The Navy Reserve Officers Training Program (Navy ROTC) is a multi-year program that runs concurrently with a student’s normal college
or university educational course of study. In addition to a normal academic workload leading to a Baccalaureate degree, Navy ROTC students
attend classes in Naval Science, participate in the Navy ROTC unit for drill, physical training, and other activities, and are generally taught
the leadership principles and high ideals of a military officer.
During the summer break between school years, Navy ROTC students participate in a variety of training activities.
These sessions help students understand various career options as well as familiarize them with a military life.