Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)

ROTC Programs

Founded in 1916, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a college program, offered at over 1,700 colleges and universities across the United States, that prepares young adults to become officers in the military. In exchange for a paid college education (upon meeting specific criteria determined by the appropriate branch) cadets commit to serve in the military after graduation, guaranteeing a post-college career.

ROTC at Tiffin University

Tiffin University partners with Bowling Green State University to offer the ROTC program for the Army and Air Force branches of the U.S. military. Students enroll in courses at Tiffin University and travel to Bowling Green State University one day per week for instruction.

To get more information about ROTC with Tiffin University, contact:

Andrea Draper
Assistant Registrar
Tiffin University
800.968.6446 ext. 3452
draperac@tiffin.edu

To get more information about ROTC at Bowling Green State University, visit a detachment or observe a class or lab, by contacting the program of interest:

Air Force ROTC
Bowling Green State University
419.372.2176
det620@bgsu.edu
www.bgsu.edu/air-force-rotc.html

Army ROTC
Bowling Green State University
419.372.9968
mdewalt@bgsu.edu
www.bgsu.edu/army-rotc-html

The Tiffin University contact regarding ROTC is Andrea Draper, draperac@tiffin.edu