There are two major resources for advising in the Army ROTC program, Cadets and Cadre members. Cadets are currently immersed in the program and experiencing the exact same thing future Cadets will be faced with. This provides an inside view for Army ROTC prospects. Army ROTC Cadre members are Active Duty Army Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers who instruct Cadets and help oversee the program. This point of view is beneficial because of a wealth of Army experience and close association with UAA.
Army ROTC is designed to help new Cadets succeed. A core tool to this concept is the Mentorship Program. Each semester Cadets are organized into mentor groups and sign a commitment to help each other. The mentor program includes academic counseling as well as Army ROTC education and support. Once Cadets progress past their freshman year, they receive mentees of their own and continue the service. Cadets are mentored by more senior Cadets throughout their Army ROTC career.
LTC Adam Carson
MSG Donald Ramey
|MAJ Tim Brower|
Assistant Professor of Military Science
Eugene Short Hall Suite 211