ROTC Provides Cedarville Students a Unique College Experience
by Jewell Strock
Joshua 1:9, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” This verse emphasizes the values of those serving in the military and those training to serve, including here at Cedarville University.
ROTC is a college-based military commissioning program. ROTC focuses on leadership development, problem-solving, strategic planning and professional ethics. ROTC’s objective ...
ROTC Cadet meets Chief of Staff of U.S. Army in South Korea
Written by Brianna Saucier
Senior Matthew Macklenar traveled to South Korea over the summer as part of the Army ROTC Cadet Troop Leadership Training (CTLT). While there, he met the Army Chief of Staff.
CTLT is a selective three to four week training program exclusive to Army ROTC cadets. The purpose is to put cadets in leadership positions at active duty units. While there, they shadow the person in charge to prepare them for when they are commissioned.
Macklenar had just graduated from ...
CU Army ROTC Cadets travel to Thailand, Argentina and Brazil
Written by Brianna Saucier
Over the summer, four students from Cedarville traveled to three different countries through the Army ROTC Cultural Understanding and Leadership Program (CULP).
CULP is a competitive program exclusive to Army ROTC cadets that survey applications for any foreign languages spoken, as well as physical fitness scores and academics. They compete and later team up with people from across the United States. It is a study abroad experience, paid internship and military ...
CU wins local Ranger Challenge, heads to Fort Knox for Nationals
by Brianna Saucier
The Army is all about pushing one’s limits, and on Saturday, Oct. 21, Cedarville’s cadets had the opportunity to do so as they competed in the Ranger Challenge at Central State University.
Cedarville came out on top, winning in all but one of the challenges against Wright State and the University of Dayton.
Due to their success, the team will go on to compete in Fort Knox, Kentucky on Nov. 3 to Nov. 5 against 18 other top schools.
Cedarville was represented by ...
ROTC Cadets Trained Over Summer
During the summer, several Army ROTC cadets from Cedarville University participated in training opportunities as well as cultural immersion and teaching.
Cadets received slots to attend Airborne School, Air Assault School, a Culture Understanding and Language Proficiency Program (CULP), Cadet Troop Leader Training (CTLT), a Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) and a Leader’s Training Course (LTC). One cadet also cross-trained with cadets from West Point.