Top 5 Picks For Green-to-Gold Schools (2010)

Hello future Green-to-Gold Cadets!

We’re happy to announce our top five selections for Green-to-Gold schools nationwide. This announcement follows the 2010 April selection board, and is based on criteria such as: applicant’s school preference, military-friendliness, and ease of transition for Green-to-Gold cadets.

5. Massachusetts Institutes of Technology (MIT) – Located in Cambridge, Mass., and part of the Paul Revere Battalion, MIT is a well-recognized research and technology institution. The Paul Revere Battalion is an umbrella ROTC outfit for nine partner schools including MIT, Endicott College, and Harvard University.

4. Elmira College – Located in Elmira, New York, Elmira College is a partner school of Cornell University’s Excelsior Battalion. Elmira is a private liberal arts institution with an exceptional 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program.

3. University of Cincinnati – The University of Cincinnati is an urban, public, research institution in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home school of the Bearcat Battalion. UC is ranked in the top dozen of all ROTC programs nationwide.

2. State University of New York at Brockport (SUNY Brockport)SUNY Brockport is located in Brockport, NY and is home school of the Freedom Eagles Battalion. Brockport is a very military-friendly school and provides many benefits to incoming ROTC Green-to-Gold cadets.

1. State University of New York at Potsdam (SUNY Potsdam)SUNY Potsdam is located in Potsdam, NY and is a partner school of the Golden Knight Battalion. SUNY Potsdam has a long history of hosting Fort Drum Green-to-Gold cadets and is a school-of-choice for many Fort Drum applicants.

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