Moravian College students can participate in the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) in addition to their academic studies. This program cultivates the skills and opportunities to pursue a career as a commissioned Officer in the United States Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard upon graduation from Moravian College.
The Moravian College ROTC program is part of the Steel Battalion at Lehigh University. Lehigh University is the host school for the military science instruction portion of the experience, as well as other related functions of the program. Moravian College shares in this partnership with nine other schools in the greater Lehigh Valley.
ROTC students engage in classroom experiences that foster leadership qualities, teamwork, critical thinking, and self discipline. Hands-on opportunities like physical training, leadership labs, and field training complement the special academic experience. Over time, ROTC helps to instill a sense of character, courage, and patriotism in those that commit to the program. At completion, students are prepared for service in the US Army, as well as leadership roles outside of the military.
Army ROTC provides scholarship opportunities to deserving students who show a commitment to the US Army. Scholarships can range from 2-4 years of coverage, and recipients can be covered for full tuition and fees during their time at Moravian College. For more information on scholarship types and coverage, please click here for more details.
ROTC Freshmen Spotlight
Curious to know what it is like to be in ROTC at college? See what two of our freshmen cadets have to say about their experience.
To initiate the enrollment process into the Moravian College ROTC program, please contact:
Moravian College ROTC Coordinator
Steel Battalion ROTC Coordinator