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Jaguar BattalionROTC, Reserve Officer's Training Corps, is a program of military instruction that takes place on 270 college and university campuses nation-wide. The origin of Military Instruction in Civilian colleges dates back to 1819.

Army ROTC is one of the best leadership courses in the country and is part of your college curriculum. During classes and field training, you will learn first-hand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and how to conduct missions as an Officer in the Army. Upon graduation from Army ROTC, you will earn the bar of a Second Lieutenant and become a leader for life.

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Military Science

Summerville Campus

Science Hall


Do you have what it takes?

We are seeking highly qualified high school seniors, current undergraduate, and graduate students with a strong academic record. Undergraduate and Graduate students must have at least two-years (four semesters) of academic curriculum remaining. 



Jaguar Battalion

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Cadre & Staff

Meet our military science instructors and support staff

Programs Overview

Programs for Nursing students and Cyber Science students, Green-to-Gold for all students

Course Information

 Basic courses (no military obligation) and advanced courses (military obligation)


6 different types of scholarships available

Interest Form

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Battalion News

Man and woman in camo

Keenan reflects on time with Augusta University’s ROTC program

“This is probably the most bittersweet departure I'll have over my career because I'm in love with one job and I don't want to leave, but I know that the Army's asked me to do something more.”

Woman standing

Pride of the Jaguar Battalion: Mandy Naquin

Cadet Battalion Commander Mandy Naquin says she wants to learn what she can from the ROTC experience while she's here.

4 people standing

Homecoming 2022: Meet the royalty

Augusta University is proud to announce its 2022 Homecoming royalty: Isaiah Maddox, king; Caroline Gibson, queen; Luke Anderson, duke; and Makayla Xiong, duchess

Men in fatigues

Pride of the Jaguar Battalion: Gene Smoak and Jamir Malone

Cadets Gene Smoak and Jamir Malone said their experiences as a Jaguar have been phenomenal and challenging.

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