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All student registered for Military Science (MSCI) classes are referred to as Cadets. A Cadet is a trainee that is enrolled in a military officer producing program. The ROTC program has several categories of Cadets enrolled in the program: Participating Cadets, Enrolled Cadets, and Contracted Cadets.
- Participating Cadets: Registered for the MSCI class through the university and responsible for attending all classroom activities.
- Enrolled Cadets: These students have completed all documents listed at https://www.campbell.edu/rotc/recruitment/rotc-enrollment-packet/. The documents listed in this link must be completed if the student is interested in participating in the extra curricular activities associated with ROTC such as: Physical fitness training, leadership labs, and Field Training Exercises (FTX) which include rifle ranges, land navigation training, obstacle courses, and leader reaction courses.
- Contracted Cadets: These students have completed all documents listed at https://www.campbell.edu/rotc/recruitment/rotc-contracting-packet/ . The documents listed in this link must be completed if the student is interested in contracting with ROTC. Contracting with ROTC is a competitive process and Cadets that are accepted will have been identified as possessing the character and attributes necessary of an officer candidate. They will sign the Army enlistment contract (DD 4/1, DD 4/2) and ROTC contract (DA 597-3 or DA 597) and will work toward becoming an Army Officer upon graduating with a bachelor's degree.