Congratulations to our brand new Second Lieutenants who commissioned on May 6, 2016
We celebrated its 35th anniversary and the 100th anniversary of Army ROTC on May 5
Cadets participate in Pass It On, an event where we collect donations from the dorms during finals week every semester
As we celebrate our 35th anniversary we look back at those who came before us
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Upcoming Events

CAST Homecoming Tailgate
Sat, October 8, 2016 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Redbird Tent Zone - Free

ROTC/Veterans Networking Dinner
Thu, December 1, 2016 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Hancock Stadium Club

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High School Students

You must apply to and be accepted by the university in order to receive the scholarship if offered!  The application for the High School Scholarship will be available on June 12, 2016. There will be three scholarship boards throughout senior year (October, January, and March).  It is highly encouraged to have your packet submitted for the October board (deadline is October 7th) so you give yourself three shots at the scholarship. In the event an offer is not made at either the first or second board you can update your packet and compete at the next board. Applications must be created by 10 JAN 2017

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Cadet Command

CG reflects on Cadet Summer Training 2016
FORT KNOX, Ky.- Maj. Gen. Christopher P. Hughes, Commanding General of Cadet Command and Fort Knox, recently completed his first summer in charge of Cadet Summer Training (CST). Hughes said he was impressed with what he saw from Cadets and Cadre this summer and described his first CST as rejuvenating.

Cadet Command welcomes new senior enlisted leader during change of responsibility ceremony
FORT KNOX, Ky. (July 28, 2016) -- U.S. Army Cadet Command hosted a change of responsibility for its senior enlisted leader in a formal ceremony as Command Sgt. Maj. Gabriel Arnold passed the position as the highest noncommissioned officer in the command to Command Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Kraus, Jr. at Waybur Theater July 28.

Cadet Troop Leading program leads to vast experiences for Army cadets
FORT HOOD, Texas (July 13, 2016) -- For cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, the opportunity to obtain a world-class, top-tier education is unmatched. For these future Army leaders entering their senior year, the chance to shadow a lieutenant in the "real Army" is a unique facet made possible by the Army's Cadet Troop Leader Training program. The 504th Military Intelligence Brigade at Fort Hood, Texas, has hosted two iterations of West Point cadets this summer, all of whom are considering the Military Intelligence branch when they commission as the Class of 2017. Interning with platoon leaders for three-week periods, these cadets are perfecting their leadership traits before becoming U.S. Army second lieutenants.

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