Five Things To Know About Army ROTC
- Army ROTC is a career opportunity through leadership
- Army ROTC is a premier leadership development opportunity and offers a Leadership Minor to both contracted and non contracted students
- Outstanding Alumni Mentorship and Support Network
- Paid internships
- Travel abroad opportunities and adventure training (Airborne School, Air Assault School and Military Dive School)
Five Things To Know About Naval Science
- Offers a variety of training and leadership opportunities to prepare you for a career as a Navy or Marine Corps Officer
- Benefits include college scholarships, monthly stipends, and hands-on training
- Established to develop midshipmen mentally, morally and physically
- Each summer you will see the Fleet while serving aboard ships and squadrons
- Camaraderie in an elite organization of students
Five Things To Know About Military Affairs, University College
- Tuition rate is reduced for Military related students to $250.00 per credit hour
- Contact academic advisors: Kevin Marrow (757) 637-2310 or Aretha Hagwood (757) 728-6107
- Career Assessments are always available, POC: Darla Paul-Dixon (757) 727-5873
- Blackboard Support: (757) 727-5103
- Point of contact for Military Affairs/ VA Certification and Information: Kristal Kinloch (757) 637-2993 or Shawna Mason 757-637-2593
HU Military Alumna Speaks about President Trump's Meeting with Kim Jong Un
Hampton University alumna Asha Castleberry, who is commissioned through the Army ROTC program and is an adjunct faculty professor at Fordham University in New York, spoke on the Tom Joyner Morning show yesterday about President Trump's meeting with North Korea's Leader Kim Jong Un.
Hampton University Alumna Janeen Birckhead Becomes Commander of the Maryland Army National Guard
Hampton, VA - June 4, 2018 - Hampton University alumna, COL (P) Janeen Birckhead, graduated in 1991 from HU. Yesterday, in Baltimore, MD, Birckhead became Commander of the Maryland Army National Guard.
HU Army ROTC Students Travel Abroad for the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency Program
Three Hampton University Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets traveled to Liberia, Germany and Romania for the entire month of June, 2016.
HU Alumni Inducted Into Inaugural U.S. Army ROTC National Hall of Fame
Hampton University is proud to announce that two former officers at the “Mighty Pirate Battalion” have been selected as national Hall of Fame Inductees.
Hampton ROTC Hosts 68th Annual Military Ball
Hampton, VA. – The Hampton University Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) hosted their 68th Annual Military Ball on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 18:00 (6:00 PM). The event was held at the Virginia Air and Space Center located in Hampton, Virginia.
HU ROTC Celebrates 100th Anniversary
Hampton University’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) opened the program’s weeklong celebration to kick off their 100th Year Anniversary Event with a Cadet Helicopter Movement exercise on Feb. 6, 2016.
Hampton University on hand for first-ever NATO News Conference for College Students
Norfolk, VA— Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), General Denis Mercier held a news conference for 11 local journalism students from Hampton University, Norfolk State and Regent during the annual Chiefs of Transformation Conference (COTC) at the Waterside Marriott in Downtown Norfolk Dec 9.
HU University College Opens Academic Advising Conference
Hampton University’s University College (HUUC) faculty presented the opening session at the National Academic Advising Association 2015 Virginia State Drive-In Conference.