Early Commissioning Program
What does it take to be an officer in the United States Army?
The answer isn’t just wearing the gold bar of a Second Lieutenant. It’s not just giving orders, commanding a formation, or a college degree, either. It’s much more.
The Early Commissioning Program (ECP) allows Military Junior College students to complete ROTC in two years and gain a commission as a Second Lieutenant. Upon completion of the two-year program, ECP Lieutenants then go on to complete their education at a four-year institution while serving in the Army National Guard or the U.S. Army Reserve.
This is a great way to serve your country and reduce your college expenses at the same time. Act now by submitting your application for admissions.
MMI Army ROTC/ECP Contact Info:
Mr. Daryl Long, Sr.
MILITARY JUNIOR COLLEGE (MJC)
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps two-year scholarship program
The Army will provide 2-year ROTC scholarships to graduating high school seniors who meet the requirements on condition that funding is available.