The University of North Dakota Army ROTC program has played an integral role on campus for over 100 years with a mission of molding young men and women into future Leaders in Action. The program strives to commission officers of character by recruiting, educating, developing, and inspiring students. The program strives to provide its students with the best training and experiences possible to prepare them as future Leaders in Action. As a soldier, readiness is a priority. One component of readiness is physical fitness. Soldiers are required to be physically fit to ensure they have what it takes to complete their required tasks. To maintain this high level of readiness, UND Army ROTC students assemble to conduct physical training each morning. Students will utilize many pieces of equipment from treadmills, elliptical, free weights, and stationary bikes during their time at UND.

Over the years, however, the equipment has seen a lot of wear and tear. A lack of funding and budget cuts have made it difficult for the program to maintain and provide the necessary equipment for students to perform at the highest level. We are looking to raise money to replace our damaged equipment and provide a better training experience for cadets. The UND Army ROTC battalion would like to thank those who have given in the past and those who feel moved to donate now. We greatly appreciate your support!

Donating is easy! We welcome any amount as each donation will help us reach our goal. All donations are tax deductible and are handled by the UND Alumni Association and Foundation.