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  • ROTC Cadets Oath of Enlistment

    Several McDaniel College students contracted as cadets in the Green Terror Battalion

    Nine McDaniel students have been newly contracted into the Green Terror Battalion. Five earned Army ROTC Scholarships, which are awarded based on scholastic, athletic, and leadership attributes, while four students have contracted non-scholarship.
  • ROTC Gala Otto Guenther

    Board Chair Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Otto J. Guenther ’63 inducted into Army ROTC Hall of Fame

    Retired Lt. Gen. Otto J. Guenther, chair of the McDaniel College Board of Trustees, has been honored for his military achievements, both past and present. Guenther, a 1963 alumnus who majored in Economics and was a member of the Green Terror Battalion Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program, has been inducted into the national U.S. Army ROTC Hall of Fame, which recognizes ROTC graduates who have distinguished themselves in military or civilian pursuits. He has also been named a 2021 Veteran Champion of the Year in Higher Education by G.I. Jobs magazine, which publishes the Military Friendly® Schools list.
  • ROTC Commissioning

    Four ROTC cadets commissioned as Army officers

    Four McDaniel graduating seniors, who served as members of the Green Terror Battalion, were commissioned as Army officers on May 21. Maj. Gen. Clement S. Coward, director of the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, served as the keynote speaker
  • The Arch in Spring.

    Commencement speakers announced for McDaniel's 2020 and 2021 ceremonies on Saturday, May 22

    McDaniel College announces Commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients for both the 2020 and 2021 ceremonies to be held on Saturday, May 22. The 2020 Commencement Speaker is McDaniel College President Roger N. Casey, the college’s ninth president who is retiring at the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. The 2021 Commencement Speakers are Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj, both 1970 alumni, who supported the renovation of the college’s new Roj Student Center. The college also shares additional details about Commencement and Commencement-related events.
  • Army ROTC has been a tradition at the college since 1919, and the Green Terror Battalion is one of the oldest ROTC programs in the nation.

    Nine McDaniel College students receive Army ROTC Scholarships

    Nine students have earned Army ROTC Scholarships. The scholarships, which are awarded based on scholastic, athletic and leadership attributes, cover full tuition and fees, plus additional funds for books, as well as a monthly living stipend. The students will be commissioned as second lieutenants and will be required to serve on active duty in the Army Reserve or National Guard upon graduating from McDaniel.
  • Carson Marshall of Brookeville, Md., is a three-year ROTC scholarship recipient who earned a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and a minor in Performance, Fitness, and Conditioning.

    Nine ROTC cadets commission as new Army officers

    Eight McDaniel graduating seniors and one graduate student from The Green Terror Battalion were commissioned as Army officers during a virtual ceremony on May 22.
  • ROTC students walking across campus.

    McDaniel College again chosen as a Military Friendly® School

    McDaniel has been recognized for the 11th consecutive year among the top higher education institutions in the nation doing the most for military veterans and their families.
  • Six newly commissioned officers at McDaniel College's May 2019 Commissioning ceremony

    Six ROTC cadets commission as new Army officers

    Six McDaniel graduating seniors were commissioned as Army officers at 10 a.m.
  • ROTC cadets and instructors dress uniform

    ROTC celebrates 100th anniversary

    The Green Terror Battalion, founded in 1919, observes its 100th anniversary with two public events
  • McDaniel College Students Recognized for Summer ROTC Achievement

    McDaniel College students recognized for summer ROTC achievement. Army ROTC has been a tradition at McDaniel College since 1919, and the Green Terror Battalion is one of the oldest ROTC programs in the nation.