Ivan Allen College is home to Georgia Tech's ROTC units. The ROTC has been part of the Georgia Tech community since 1917 and has trained thousands of officers for the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy. Most ROTC courses are open to all Georgia Tech students.
ROTC offers a number of full-tuition scholarships to cadets and midshipmen. These scholarships pay for full tuition, fees, books, and other related educational costs including a monthly subsistence allowance.
For more information about ROTC opportunities, contact one of the Georgia Tech ROTC units listed below.
Research Areas and Goals
- Develop quality leaders for the Air Force
- Recruit, educate, and commission officer candidates
- Teach courses on Air Force history, leadership, and national security affairs to prepare students for Active Duty
- Grow leaders for the future via laboratory training, exercises, and physical fitness
- Follow Air Force core values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.
- Recruit, develop, assess, and commission high quality Army officers
- Educate and develop adaptive leaders who think critically and “thrive in chaos”
- Challenge cadets physically and mentally with tough training and leadership development exercises without pre-determined outcomes
- Build and maintain solid relationships with Institute’s Centers of Influence
- Work to cultivate a potential partnership between Georgia Tech and the Army Cyber Center of Excellence and the United States Military Academy
- Aviation Accessions
- Unit Prestige (From historic reputation to successful alumni)
- Nuclear Accession Goals
- Color Guard and Ceremony Support (including Campus Athletic Events)
- Physical Fitness, Competition, and Camaraderie