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While at TCU, cadets gain practical leadership experience and develop the honorable characteristics desired in tomorrow’s leaders.

Cadets conduct semi-annual field training exercises, compete in the Brigade Ranger Challenge Competition, participate in the Bataan Memorial Death March and the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency competitions. Cadets also perform civic projects such as Habitat for Humanity and Color Guard support for local organizations and veterans groups.

TCU Army ROTC cadets are given the opportunity to attend Basic Airborne Training at Fort Benning, Georgia, and Air Assault Training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Some cadets participate in Northern Warfare training in Alaska and Cadet Troop Leader Training at Army installations around the world.

Between your junior and senior year, cadets attend the Leadership Development Assessment Course at Fort Lewis, Washington, to rigorously test their Army skills and hone their leadership traits.


TCU Policy on Internships

TCU offers hundreds of internships in any given semester and does not support political or personal statements associated with any of them. We evaluate each opportunity to ensure academic value as it relates to a course of study. Beyond that, we encourage you to seek the opportunities that best match your interests and to choose how to best fulfill your internship requirements.