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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 in the 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 in the 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.