Did you know the Illinois State University Department of Military Science has as assigned Librarian? Our Librarian, Grace Allbaugh, is here to assist with all things Military Science related.
The ISU Admission's Military-Connected Students site is a valuable transitions tool for those who are currently serving or have previously served.
The Veterans and Military Services Office site has great information on various topics such as withdrawing from classes for military service, missing classes due to military service, applying for the Illinois National Guard Grant or the Illinois Veterans Grant, GI Bill, etc.
The Academic Worksheet Plan (CC Form 104R) must be updated each semester with these minimum requirements.
Did you find what you were looking for? If not, then text or call Mr. Sanford at 309-287-1529 or email him at email@example.com and offer recommendations that would be useful for Cadets.
For more information about what Army ROTC offers, please visit Cadet Command's website.
Army.mil published a new web page for all things uniform related. This includes regulations, memorandums, badges, wear out dates, etc.
Minuteman ROTC Scholarship campaign underway
Army Reserve Soldiers and those planning to enlist can help pay for college through the Guaranteed Reserve Force Duty Scholarship Minuteman Campaign. It can provide college students with an ROTC scholarship and commission as an Army Reserve officer.
Learning Leadership from "The Most Hated Unit in the Army"
We five ROTC Cadets arrived at the Alexandria Airport in Louisiana, anxious to begin what would prove to be an unforgettable experience. Two officers wearing pressed olive green field uniforms and maroon berets crested low over their eyebrows, the distinctive uniform of the 1st Battalion, 509th Infantry Regiment, soon arrived and took us to Fort Polk.
Budgeting: the key to breaking out of debt and into financial freedom
Fort Knox financial specialists agree uncontrolled personal spending is a real problem for many Soldiers. Mounting debts can mean dire consequences to a military career, family life and financial futures.