Towson University offers degree-seeking, full-time undergraduate students who are
interested in officer training for the military several opportunities to pursue that
training. Students must be in good academic standing and must be registered at full-time
status (12 units or more) not including ROTC units.
U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Towson University offers Army ROTC to its students through a cooperative agreement
among Loyola College, TU, and the U.S. Army. The ROTC program prepares selected students
with potential to serve as commissioned officers in one of the three components of
the U.S. Army- Active Army, National Guard, and Army Reserve.
Enrollment for ROTC is done through the Military Science Department at Loyola College.
For more information, visit the U.S. Army ROTC or the Towson ROTC partnership with Loyola.
Air Force ROTC
Air Force ROTC is available to students at Towson University through an agreement
with the University of Maryland, College Park. Upon graduation from Towson University
and completion of the AFROTC curriculum at the University of Maryland, students will
be commissioned second lieutenants in the Air Force.
The Registrar's Office coordinates Air Force ROTC registration. Towson University
undergraduate students who wish to register must complete the Air Force ROTC Registration
Request (IIR Form).
Submit your enrollment for to TU via Secure File Drop ONLY (forms received via email will NOT be accepted)
For more information, visit AFROTC .
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Credit
TU will accept transfer credit hours earned from a recognized ROTC program sponsored
by an accredited college or university. Such credits will be considered upper- or
lower-level credits as defined by the transferring school, and are applicable as elective
units toward a TU degree. ROTC units are considered to be non-traditional units and
are part of a maximum of 45 non-traditional units allowed by academic policy.