Department of Naval Science (NROTC)
Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit Savannah State University (NROTCU SSU) was established in 1971 with 41 Midshipmen enrolled. The first four officers commissioned in June 1974 consisting of three Navy ensigns and one Marine second lieutenant. In December, 1977, the first “cross-town” Midshipman from Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus (formally Armstrong Atlantic State College) was commissioned.
The mission of the NROTC Program is to develop young men and women morally, mentally and physically, and to instill in them the highest ideals of honor, courage and commitment. NROTCU SSU educates and trains young men and women with diverse experiences and backgrounds for leadership positions in the United States Navy and Marine Corps.
Students enrolled at Savannah State University or Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus are eligible to participate in NROTCU SSU. To join our prestigious team here at NROTCU SSU click here.
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