Welcome

  • Welcome to the Bulldog Battalion! 

  • BMCS Faron Carhee and CDMCM Kellen Voland join us during Naval Lab to discuss the important roll that the Chief Petty Officer plays in our Navy and how they work with Junior Officers to make ships and aircraft operate.

  • LT Barszowski presents GySgt Portell with a gift in honor of the Marine Corps’ 246th Birthday! OORAH!

  • Midshipmen make critical decisions to solve this problem set at Camp Nett’s Leaders’ Reaction Course.

  • The Yale Joint ROTC Colorguard poses with Heidi and her partner, Yale Police Officer Rich Simon. Heidi serves the Yale community as a public safety service dog.

  • MIDN Klein, Bruning, and Fern enjoying a “Flight Suit Friday” while conducting training on CORTRAMID West in San Diego.

  • The Class of 2025 was sworn in and became part of the Bulldog Battalion after participating in a week-long New Student Orientation.

  • Marine Options from Yale, Cornell, MIT, Holy Cross, and RPI  embark on a three-mile hike while participating in a Field Exercise at Fort Devens.

  • The Bulldog Battalion stands ready for inspection.

  • Battalion CO, MIDN Andrew Song, presents RADM Shoshana Chatfield, President of the Naval War College, with a plaque to commemorate her visit with the Bulldog Battalion.

  • The Class of 2022 received their service assignment. These are the career paths that these midshipmen will embark on upon commissioing.

  • Navy Midshipmen and Air Force Cadets working jointly to solve geo-politcal scenarios during the Group Leadership Project

Welcome to the Bulldog Battalion!

Thank you for coming to explore NROTC opportunties at Yale!

The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Program was established to educate and train qualified young men and women for service as commissioned officers in the US Navy (unrestricted line), or in the Marine Corps. As the largest single source of Navy and Marine Corps officers, the NROTC Scholarship Program fills a vital need in preparing mature young men and women for leadership and management positions in an increasingly technical Navy and Marine Corps.

We’d be happy to answer any question that you have about the NROTC program and how NROTC integrates into your life as a Yale student! If you’d like to speak with one of our staff officers, please fill out this form.

If you’d like the opportunity to speak with one of our current Midshipmen, please fill out this form and we will connect your with somewho who has similar interest!