Reserve Officer Training Corps
The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program prepares young men and women to become leaders, and provides full or partial scholarships that cover college tuition and fees. Plus, unlike many college students, you'll have a position waiting for you after graduation at one of the top high-tech organizations in the world: the U.S. military.
ROTC students receive an average of $1200 a year for books and an average monthly stipend ranging between $300 and $500, allowing them to concentrate on more their studies instead of how to pay for them.
Webster University offers undergraduate academic credit for ROTC program courses. ROTC credit may not be applied towards completion of a graduate degree.
Webster University offers Air Force and Army ROTC classes through crosstown agreements with Det 207 (USAF ROTC based at Saint Louis University) and the Gateway Battalion (Army ROTC based at Washington University). Students can enroll in Undergraduate ROTC courses here through the Registrar, and be full members of the respective Cadet Corps.
See the links below for more information about each ROTC program: