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The Reserve Officer's Training Program (ROTC) is an officer commissioning program for the United States Army. Students who finish the program and graduate from a four-year institution receive a commission and become a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, National Guard or Reserve. Students who complete ROTC courses receive college credits in addition to the credits received in their academic discipline. ROTC scholarships are available.

Army ROTC courses are conducted at CCS via a cross-enrollment agreement with Eastern Washington University (EWU). Students earn credits for the Basic Course while enrolled at SFCC and SCC in preparation for the Advanced Course. These classes are only held at SFCC. SCC students must travel to SFCC for classes.

Eastern Washington University Army ROTC