Whether you are currently an esteemed ROTC cadet or are an incoming cadet, you are on track to becoming an Army Officer. Remember, you may take Army ROTC for the first two full years with no commitment. The Army ROTC course counts as elective credit toward most Radford University degrees, even if you do not finish the full program.
Basic Course Initial Enrollment Forms
The following are Standard enrollment paperwork; if you are enrolling in the ROTC Program we will need these forms completed prior to the first day of class.
- CC Form 139-R (PDF)- Follow instructions provided. If you have questions, wait until you arrive to fill out that area. You will be filling out page 1 and 2 only.
- Copy of your transcripts - New freshman must submit high school transcript to include final semester; transfer and current Radford University students must submit your most recent college transcript. (Unofficial copies are accepted.)
- DA Form 3425-R (PDF)- Medical Fitness Statement. Must be signed by a doctor and submitted PRIOR to the start of classes. (If you are already DoDMERB qualified we will need a copy of that form.)
- Dental Form (PDF)- Does not require a dentist's signature and must be submitted PRIOR to the start of classes.
- Original/certified birth certificate or current passport; a copy will be made and the original returned to you, but we must see the original or certified document.
- Signed Social Security card. Be sure the card is signed. Again, we must see the original.
- DD Form 2058 (PDF)- State a legal residence.
- VT 1 Enrollment Information Sheet (DOC)- Questions for conditions that may need a waiver. All requests for waivers must be submitted and approved prior to contracting.
- CC Form 136-R (DOC)- Briefing of Government Benefits
- Form CC 137-R (PDF)- Authorization of Record Access
- Dean of Students Release Letter (PDF)
- DD Form 2005 (PDF)- Privacy Act Statement
- DD Form 1199a (PDF) - Direct Deposit Form
- Uniform Size Chart (PDF)
- CC Form 104-R (PDF)- Academic Alignment Sheet
Additional Information and Forms