Branch Out: Joint ROTC

As a member of Branch Out: Joint ROTC, you will participate in a program designed to give men and women the opportunity to become military officers while completing a college degree. Freshmen students in any of the ROTC programs at UNL—Army, Air Force, and Navy—are strongly encouraged to join the Learning Community.

You will live in Abel Hall and study alongside new and current Cadets and Midshipmen, while learning about the prospects afforded military officers.

Further, you will enjoy activities that broaden your understanding of the global community and the responsibilities of military officers. Examples of exclusive activities in which members of this community participate are faculty dinners, camping trips, and visits to military-related centers like the Strategic Air and Space Museum.

Community Details
Open To: First-year students participating in one of UNL's ROTC programs
Location: Abel Hall
Courses: Fall Army ROTC:
Foundations of Officership (MLSC 101)
Leadership Lab I (MLSC 101L)
Introductory Human Geography (GEOG 140)
Fall Air Force ROTC:
Foundations of the United States Air Force I (AERO 185)
Leadership Lab I (AERO 185L)
International Relations (POLS 160)
Fall Navy ROTC:
Introduction to Naval Science (NAVS 111)
Naval Orientation Lab (NAVS 100)
International Relations (POLS 160)
Spring:
Branch-appropriate ROTC courses
International Relations (POLS 160)
Meet the Faculty Sponsor
Lt. Jeff Scheidt

Lt. Jeff Scheidt

Naval Officer Instructor             UNL Navy ROTC