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ROTC Students

This is your time to expand your mind and your horizons, to achieve what you've alwasy envisioned and even that which you have never imagined. Only at a university like ours can you experience the exceptional faculty support made possible by a commitment to small class sizes and to recruiting professors with outstanding credentials. Expect challenging courses, lasting friendships, and the exhiliration of knowing your life is headed in any direction you want.

Student at the Fort Bragg CenterFor over thirty years, the faculty and staff of Fayetteville State University have embraced our military service members and their families. Today, we continue to strengthen the relationship while striving to meet the educational needs of this growing and valuable sect of our community.

Currently we have satellite campuses on:

Ft. Bragg studentsIn commitment to our military families, Fayetteville State University is constantly rising to the challenge of tailoring our academic programs to assist them in achieving their personal and career goals. Thus, we offer various degree programs at bachelor's and master's levels as well as fully online programs in criminal justice, psychologysociology, fire science, and business administration-general, making the pursuit of higher education convenient and feasible.

In addition to such programs, Fayetteville State University provides its students the opportunity to participate in its Army and Air Force ROTC Program.

Resources
GoArmyEd

SJAFB studentsAll active duty military students receiving tuition assistance are required to seek admission, register for classes, drop/add/withdraw from classes and process military tuition assistance through the GoArmyEd portal. The US Army will no longer accept manual processing for tuition assistance.

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