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Army ROTC:  How Students Become Leaders

I graduated from the University of Utah with a BS in Geoscience and received my commission as an Active Duty Infantry Officer this last summer.  It was a pleasure to be a part of the UTE Warrior ROTC program and I'll always look back on my experiences with the cadre and cadets fondly.  I'm currently hoping to end up either Fort Bragg, NC or return to my home state of Washington at Fort Lewis-McChord.  The best advice I can pass along is well summarized by a very wise man who once told me that "Experience is the best teacher so don't take that away from yourself or others".  Allow those around you to learn through making mistakes and never shy away from those opportunities yourself.  ROTC is a great medium for that.  Trust me, it only took me a modest 6 years from start to finish.  2LT Connor Howard


Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) is one of the best leadership courses in the country and can be a part of your college curriculum. Being a student at University of Utah and learning to become a leader will make your college experience even richer-and prepare you for the future.

What is ROTC?

Army ROTC provides individuals with the tools, training and experiences they need to become Officers in the U.S. Army. -learn more

Cadet Life

ROTC makes the student experience even richer. See what it's like to be a Cadet in the University of Utah ROTC Battalion, plus all the activities and training that are available to you.

Becoming an Officer

Learn what it's like to become an Officer through Army ROTC and how it can get you started on a challenging, rewarding career.

About the Program

Learn more about the history of the University of Utah ROTC Program.

Contact Us

For more information on adding ROTC into your curriculum contact us at (801) 581-6717 or email

Last Updated: 4/20/22