ROTC and Nursing
The School of Nursing is partnering with the ROTC program to provide a wonderful opportunity to a nursing student who would like to look at a career in the Army.
The position is for a guaranteed ROTC seat (one per academic year) in the UTC Nursing Program. The successful applicant will be accepted into the School of Nursing as a Freshman and complete a 8 semester course of instruction. To be eligible for this position students must meet both the School of Nursing and ROTC criteria.
The Criteria for ROTC:
Be a U.S. Citizen.
Have no prior civil convictions.
Be physically qualified and pass a Department of Defense Medical Evaluation Board.
Be in good academic standing with UTC.
The Criteria for the School of Nursing for the ROTC Nursing Candidate:
Maintain above a 3.0 Cumulative GPA.
Receive a minimum of a “C” in every required science course on the 1st attempt.
The seat is available immediately to one qualified applicant per year.
Students interested in this opportunity should contact MAJ John M. Brauneis, Asst. Professor of Military Science, in the Department of Military Science and Leadership at (423) 425-5589.
For more information on the UTC ROTC program and scholarships available, please visit their website.