Elon University, in cooperative agreement with North Carolina A&T State University, offers an Army ROTC program and an Air Force ROTC program.
The Air Force ROTC program is offered entirely on the North Carolina A&T State University campus. Students must register for the required aerospace science courses through the Greater Greensboro Consortium program in the Elon University Registrar’s Office.
The Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program provides a viable elective program for both male and female students. Many of the courses in the Army ROTC program are offered on the Elon University campus. The program is divided into a basic course and an advanced course. These courses are normally completed during a four-year period. However, it is possible for veterans and other students who elect to undergo special training to complete the program in two years.
The trio of students participated in Elon's ROTC programs, which are offered in collaboration with N.C. A&T State University.
Elon's 2016 Veterans Day Observance featured remarks from Al Stewart Jr., a U.S Army veteran, former Greensboro police officer and one-time member of Elon's football team.
Along with the traditional celebration of Veterans Day events, the university is hosting Military Appreciation Day for Elon's football game at Rhodes Stadium.
The 39-year Navy veteran recently commanded the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command.
Elon junior Austin Hughes completed the 26.2-mile Mountain Man March on April 23.
Elon University’s annual Veterans Day Observance on Wednesday recognized former soldiers and sailors – as well as their families and friends – whose sacrifices have preserved the freedoms enjoyed by those who make the United States their home.
Men and women who have served in the U.S. military were thanked and recognized during Elon's annual Veterans Day event on Nov. 11.
Major General Sidney Shachnow will be speaking at Elon University to mark the conclusion of Holocaust Remembrance Day on Monday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m.
Veterans from different branches of the U.S. military stood together and were recognized during a Nov. 11 program that saluted their service.