Stanford students have the option of participating in ROTC through cross-enrollment agreements with three neighboring universities. Under the agreements, students pursue their undergraduate degree at Stanford but complete the military portion of their training with the military unit at one of the host schools. Stanford provides students with travel assistance between campuses. Details on scholarship opportunities, the training program, and opportunities for service as a commissioned officer in the military are available on the respective service websites.
A comprehensive support team at Stanford is available to students within their respective ROTC program.
Office for Military – Affiliated Communities (OMAC)
Dustin Noll is heading the Office for Military- Affiliated Communities. In addition to VA GI Bill benefits certifying, Dustin will be the contact point for ROTC students who need to use Zipcar for commuting to and from class. Please call 650-721-1563 or email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Army ROTC program is hosted by Santa Clara University. Further information is available on the Army ROTC website.
Navy and Marine Corps ROTC
The Naval ROTC program is hosted by the University of California at Berkeley. Further information is available on the Navy and Marine Corps ROTC website.
Air Force ROTC
The Air Force ROTC program is hosted by California State University at San Jose. Further information is available on the Air Force ROTC website.
ROTC Academic Advising Support
Advisors in the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) are available to assist you with ROTC and Stanford curricular or program issues. For questions or advice related to your study list and other academic needs, please call the UAR Front Desk at 650-723-2426 or email email@example.com.
Haas Center Military Service as Public Service Project
The Military Service as Public Service project is dedicated to recognizing and supporting military-connected students at Stanford by providing resources, developing community, and creating educational programming. Further information is available on the Haas Center for Public Service website.