The University of Toledo ROTC Program will hold its first Cadet for a Day Thursday, April 4.
The Cadet for a Day event is tailored toward answering questions of current UToledo undergraduates and prospective graduate students who are considering majoring in military science or are interested in Army career options.
“Attendees will be informed about the Army ROTC Program at UToledo by receiving an overview of ROTC and how our program works,” said Capt. Anny Novareyes, UToledo assistant professor of military science.
Cadet for a Day will be held in the Health Education Center on Main Campus. The event will start with a reception at 12:45 p.m. so students can meet cadets, as well as faculty and staff members of the Military Science Department.
Students will learn about two- or three-year Army ROTC scholarship options at 1 p.m. and tour the ROTC facilities at 1:45 p.m.
At 2 p.m., students will attend a Military Science and Leadership class.
“The event is important because it will provide valuable information on what the Army ROTC Program is and how it can support the undergraduate and graduate education goals of UToledo students who are considering a future as an Army officer,” said Phil Stevenson, recruiting operations officer in the UToledo Department of Military Science.
Register for the free event on the Army ROTC Rocket Battalion website.
For further information, visit the UToledo ROTC Facebook page.