Army Reserve Officer's Training Corps
Leaders are born, but they are also forged. Few programs in
the world develop leaders as well as the ROTC, which has been training cadets
since 1916. Southeastern University is proud to partner with the ROTC in the
spirit of building up strong servant leaders who will influence and change the
Our ROTC cadets participate in specialized training,
including lessons in land navigation and maneuvering. Physical training is held
every morning, and cadets travel off-campus multiple times each semester for
situational field training that tests their abilities in reconnaissance,
attack, and other disciplines.
Although many cadets plan for careers in the military, the
benefits of the ROTC program give them a strong foundation for other fields.
Southeastern cadets have become pastors and business leaders, teachers and
logistics professionals. Most importantly, they have become leaders in their
homes, their jobs, their churches, and their communities.
In addition to unique training and leadership development,
the ROTC has financial benefits that include:
- Full tuition coverage
- Books and fees allowance
- Room and board assistance
- Yearly stipend of up to $5,000
For more information about ROTC scholarships, click here. If
you have questions about the ROTC program, which is run in partnership with
Florida Southern College, use the contact information below:
Military Science & Leadership
111 Lake Hollingsworth Drive
Lakeland, FL 33801-5698
Southeastern ROTC Cadets Shine at National Leadership Course
Three SEU cadets recently competed against more than 5,500 ROTC students from across the country at the Leader Development Assessment Course held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Washington. Read more about how highly they ranked and their experience by clicking here.