The Military Science and Leadership Program at the University of Richmond, the home of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, or ROTC, is dedicated to commissioning high caliber and diverse future officer leadership for the U.S. Army from the University of Richmond and its partnership schools.
Josh Young, '17
A Gates Millennium Scholar ponders how to be a force for change and dialogue while finding his place at Richmond.
Maj. Gen. Gina Farrisee, W’78, is serving as the Jepson School’s 2011-12 leader-in-residence. She visited campus Sept. 26-27 to share her expertise and meet students.
Arts & Sciences' Annual Student Symposium set for April 15
The School of Arts & Sciences will host its 26th annual Student Symposium on Friday, April 15 at the Modlin Center for the Arts.
Arts & Sciences Summer Research Fellowship applications due Feb. 14
Applications for the School of Arts & Sciences’ 2011 Summer Research Fellowships are now available online and are due by Monday, February 14 at 5 p.m.
Spider Battalion awards $2.4 million in ROTC scholarships
The University of Richmond's Army ROTC battalion has awarded more than $2.4 million in scholarships to incoming freshmen at six Virginia colleges that compose the Spider Battalion.
Applications to participate in Student Research Symposium due Feb. 26
The School of Arts & Sciences is now accepting student applications for the School’s 25th Annual Student Research Symposium, which will take place Friday, April 16 at the Modlin Center for the Arts.
Just how good is Richmond ROTC?
Spider Battalion is consistently one of the top Army ROTC programs in the nation.
2009 ROTC graduates commissioned as second lieutenants in U.S. Army
The University of Richmond's Department of Military Science and Leadership commissioned its graduating ROTC students as second lieutenants in the United States Army on Saturday, May 9 at Cannon Memorial Chapel.
University of Richmond Cadet Brad Praskach, ’10, was selected to train with 1,100 United States Military Academy cadets during West Point's rigorous eight-week summer field training program.
Three members of the University of Richmond’s Spider Battalion, were commissioned into the United States Army on Saturday, May 9 at Cannon Memorial Chapel.