An army R.O.T.C. student in uniform holding the American flag.

Department of Military Science/Army ROTC News

The Army ROTC program at UNLV is proud of its history and is one of the best ROTC programs in the western United States. The program trains leadership and other essential skills necessary for students to learn how to lead today’s soldiers.

Current Military Science/Army ROTC News

man standing in front of "rebels make it happen" banner
People | October 7, 2022

Marine Corps veteran Victor Ingram pays it forward after turning his childhood circumstances around through a UNLV-sponsored high school outreach program.

Navy Commander Stephen Col, facing camera in uniform and saluting
People | February 22, 2021

Naval commander Stephen Col leaves a legacy of transformation and growth following his time at UNLV’s Army ROTC.

Professor Nancy Lough standing in front of Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
People | January 4, 2021

Great places are made of great people. Here are a few who made the news in 2020.

Military veterans who attend U.N.L.V.
People | November 10, 2014

While the transition from the military to the classroom is easy for some veterans, others experience a culture shock. A few Rebel veterans share their stories.

Military Science/Army ROTC In The News

VC Star
August 21, 2015

Thank you, thank you to Marty Capsuto and Steve Lehman for coming up with the idea and letting it happen to have a jazz café at the SCAN Health and Wellness Center in Ventura. Marty is a senior advocate and Steve is the manager at the SCAN center, and they are always coming up with wonderful ideas on how to connect with the older population in our county.

Recent Military Science/Army ROTC Accomplishments

November 2, 2017
Andrew Thomas Reyes and Katrina Isla (both Nursing), Christopher Kearney (Psychology), and Ross Bryant (Military and Veteran Services Center) co-authored “Student Veterans’ Construction and Enactment of Resilience: A Constructivist Grounded Theory Study,” which explored how student veterans prepare themselves to handle the challenges of academic…