Founded in 1981, the nationally ranked Army ROTC “Wildcat Battalion,” has a mission to recruit, teach, coach, mentor and commission outstanding scholars, athletes and leaders who possess character and conviction to proudly serve our Nation.
• Develop discipline and hone abilities and skills in leadership development, problem solving, professional ethics, and strategic planning, while training to become an officer in the United States Military and a fulfilling civilian career.
• Have your college paid for in part, or fully, through scholarships.
CWU's Army ROTC program is award winning and nationally regarded. The Wildcat Battalion has won multiple Ranger Challenge competitions against competing ROTCs from colleges and universities throughout the western United States and beyond.
Drive a tank, fire a rifle—or canon—get in the best physical shape of your life, master combat techniques, learn about the world, train for leadership, become a military officer, prepare for an exciting and rewarding career.
Central's Army ROTC program is award winning, challenging, demanding, and fulfilling.
ROTC classroom and field training take place both in the classroom and in the field and are mixed with academic studies.
ROTC student benefits include academic counseling and planning assistance, and the opportunity to reside in the ROTC Living/Learning Community.
As an ROTC student, you can also have your college partially or fully funded through scholarships and/or receive a monthly stipend. And, you can try one of our programs during your freshman and sophomore years without a required military commitment.
Be a part of one of the best battalions in the western United States.
CWU’s Army ROTC has won multiple Ranger Challenge competitions against competing ROTCs from colleges and universities throughout the western United States and beyond.
CWU participated in the prestigious 2012 International Sandhurst Competition, at the West Point (New York) Military Academy, where the Wildcat Battalion members successfully went up against other competing teams, including members of active-duty military units from around the world.