Welcome

Welcome to the Official Site of Appalachian State University's Army ROTC! For over 40 years, Appalachian State has produced leaders of character for the United States Army. If you would like to learn more, or if you think you have what it takes, take a look at the following pages. This program will challenge you to not only become Army Strong -- but Mountaineer Strong!

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News & Announcements

Recent ASU ROTC Alumni “downrange”

Are you an ASU ROTC Alumni with a photo or news to post? If so send them to Mr. Weatherford (Class of 88) at weatherforddj@appstate.edu.   Please refrain from including any current operational information but we will scrub the...

ASU ROTC June Photo Post and News

ROTC Support to the Campus and Community. Throughout the school year the Cadets of ASU support several Campus and Community events.  That includes athletic events such as Football, Basketball and Baseball games; special campus awareness...

New Army Lieutenants!

BOONE—Nineteen Appalachian State University graduates were commissioned as second lieutenants during a ceremony held May 8 in Valborg Theatre on campus. The students will soon begin their military careers with the infantry, military intelligence,...

ROTC Cadet team wins the 8th Annual Mountain Man Memorial March

Posted April 16, 2015 at 11:25 am · By ASU News Filed under Awards, Honors and Promotions, General, Military Science and Leadership, Today // ShareThis BOONE—Cadets and officers from Appalachian State University’s ROTC program participated in this...

Mountaineer Battalion 2015 Dining Out Formal

On Friday, April 3, the Mountaineer Battalion held its formal Dining Out.  Major General Robert Ashley (Class of 1984), Commanding General of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, was the guest speaker. He spoke of what he thought young...

Mountain Man 2015 Video

Surprise surprise, the AppState ROTC team has won again.

AppState ROTC Promo

Appalachian State ROTC Fall 2014

Slideshow 2014

ASU ROTC Cadets discuss the Program for The Appalachian

Students in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps must learn to balance the stresses and rigors the military demands while working toward earning a degree for their future. Members of the ROTC discuss their time in Army ROTC while simultaneously being enrolled at Appalachian State.