Princeton ROTC In the Nation's Service
Princeton Army ROTC embodies Princeton's motto, “In the Nation's Service, and the Service of Humanity”. Since the birth of the United States Army, Princetonians have answered the nation's call. In 1919, Princeton ROTC began training officers to lead the nation's sons and daughters, and preparing Princetonians for distinguished careers in many diverse fields. The program now also includes cadets from The College of New Jersey, Rider University and Rowan University. TCNJ and Rider cadets belong to the Lion Company, and Rowan cadets belong to the Owl Company of Tiger Battalion.
The objective of the Officer Education Program at Princeton is simple: "We Train to Lead." Princeton Army ROTC develops leadership skills that will last a lifetime. Princeton Army ROTC cadets are your peers; extraordinary students who embody the ROTC model of Scholar, Athlete, and Leader. ROTC Alumni span the globe and include leaders in every profession; all bonded by the unique experience of Army ROTC at Princeton, TCNJ, Rider and Rowan Universities.
Regardless of your career plans, discover military service and the Army through Princeton Army ROTC. This opportunity is commitment-free.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, email [email protected] or call (609) 258-6177.
What's New in the Tiger Battalion - Photos & Articles - 2019
Nine members of Princeton’s Class of 2019 became commissioned officers in the U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy on June 4 during a ceremony led by Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, a Class of 1980 graduate who himself was commissioned through Princeton’s ROTC program nearly 40 years ago.