Army ROTC Information
The Army ROTC is a two- or four-year program which leads to a commission in the U.S. Army and trains students for positions of responsibility in the active Army, Army Reserve or National Guard. Scholarships, simultaneous enrollment in the National Guard or Army Reserve, specialized summer training and other challenging activities are some of the benefits of the program. Students may attend ROTC classes at CSUSB, while attending any of the other local two- or four-year institutions.
Find out more about Leadership, Scholarships and Officership at CSUSB Army ROTC or call (909) 537-3555.
Army ROTC requires cadets to complete an education plan (Form 104-R) which outlines your degree plan. An online fillable PDF form can be found here.
If you have questions regarding the sections of the form, please view the Army ROTC Education Plan Sample.
and instructions. These supplemental documents can help guide you through the process of completing the form. If you still have questions, please make an appointment with the Veterans Success Center and they will guide you in properly completing the form.