This is the official home page for the Naval Science department at Oregon State University and the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC). If you are interested in learning more about our programs, we encourage you to look around our site and contact our staff with any questions you may have. This site contains general information for both current and prospective students, as well as resources for active duty STA-21 and MECEP students.

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NROTC Events


OSU Football vs Weber State

OSU athletics has set aside up to 3,000 reserved tickets for veterans, active personnel and their families to enjoy the season opener (up to four tickets per member). Tickets are…

New Student Orientation

Students will be spending 4 days at the Oregon Military Academy for training, and will return to campus on Sunday, Sept 20th in time to move into the dorms. NSO…

Naval ROTC Alumni Foxhole & Fantail Muster

Save the date and plan to join us! We have chosen the 24 October 2015 game with Colorado to hold this year's tailgater; game time TBA.  Start the planning…
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OSU News

Veterinary team to volunteer services

Aug 24, 2015
A group of veterinary students and faculty is visiting Nicaragua to help provide much needed veterinary medical services for livestock and pets.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Greenhouse gases caused glacial retreat during last Ice Age

Aug 21, 2015
Glacial melting during the end of the last Ice Age as a result of rising CO2 levels is now confirming that today's glaciers may largely disappear in coming decades.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Regulatory, certification systems creating paralysis in use of genetically altered trees

Aug 20, 2015
Myriad regulations and certification requirements around the world are making it virtually impossible to use genetically engineered trees to combat catastrophic forest threats… Read full story.
OSU News Release

“Quantum dot” technology may help light the future

Aug 19, 2015
OSU advances in the manufacturing of "quantum dots" could lead to wider use of energy efficient LED lighting around the nation, as well as many other electronic applications.… Read full story.