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Army ROTC

Army ROTC

Welcome to Seattle University Army ROTC

Interested in our program? Curious about what we do in ROTC? Thinking about enrolling? Come join our Army Cadet Integration Training (ACIT) that occurs a few weeks prior to school starting. ACIT is an informal information training program designed to introduce our incoming freshmen and any other interested students to our program. The cadets move in early and attend informational sessions about things they will encounter in the program from wear of a military uniform to customs and courtesies to field training exercises. They have an opportunity to bond with their future classmates and meet the cadre and some of the senior cadets. 

Currently, our target recruiting population is geared towards science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and nursing majors. However, all majors are accepted. If you would like additional information about joining our program.  

The MG Patrick H. Brady Battalion community is excited by your interest in our program and in your desire to become future leaders in the United States Army. Your willingness to pursue this honorable endeavor speaks to your character.

Considering Army ROTC?

  • Campus Tour
  • Scholarship Information
  • Summer Training Opportunities

Please contact our recruiting officer Mr. Soto at ROTC@seattleu.edu or 206-296-6431

We look forward to seeing you!

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Army ROTC Cadet Command Homepage
This Website is the US Army Cadet Command main page about officership.  

For the Love of Liberty
This website is about a project to honor "The Story of America’s Black Patriots".

Seattle U - Making of an Officer Video
View Seattle U's ROTC Promotional Video to get a taste of Battalion life in the MG Patrich H. Brady Battalion. 

Upcoming Events Calendar

"Women's Roles in Terrorist Movements"

When: MARCH 3, 2017 @ 2:00pm
Where: Wyckoff Auditorium

Guest Speakers:
Dr. Christopher C. Harmon, Professor, Daniel K. Inouye Asian-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Claremont Graduate School, Ph.D., 1984, Seattle University Graduate 1977

Dr. Paula Holmes-Eber, Affiliate Professor, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, Northwestern University, Ph.D., 1992

  • What are the reasons for incorporating females into underground fighting organizations, and what are the effects?
  • What are the "lessons learned" for intelligence analysts, military personnel, and students of the social sciences focused on culture and war?