EWU Military Science Hall of Fame: Brigadier General Gratton O. Sealock II

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Brigadier General Gratton O. Sealock II U.S. Army Retired EWU ROTC Class of 1974 Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army (CASA)   Brigadier General Gratton “Neal” Sealock entered the U.S. Army in 1974 upon graduation from Eastern Washington State College (EWSC) now known as Eastern Washington University (EWU).  He was a Distinguished Military … Read more

EWU ROTC Contracts 10 Cadets into the US Army In Front of Historic Showalter Hall

On September 20, 2018 the Eastern Washington University (EWU) Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program contracted 10 Cadets into the US Army.  A Contracting Ceremony was held in front of Showalter Hall which is the oldest building on EWU’s campus.  Showalter Hall was built back in 1915 when EWU was a teacher’s college.  (Note: All the … Read more

Additional Training Opportunities

Additional ROTC Training Opportunities An additional benefit of contracting into the EWU ROTC program is that numerous advanced training and internship programs are to you.  Below is a number of the most popular training and internship programs.  A complete listing of internship programs can be read at this link. Airborne Earn the wings of a … Read more

Contracting Options

Overview of ROTC Contracting ROTC students are generally classified as one of two types:  Enrolled and Contracted. Enrolled Enrolled students are those exploring the Basic Course of the program’s 100 and 200 level courses. Enrolled students ARE NOT obligated to contract, meaning to enter a commitment and finish the program. Students can drop after one term, … Read more


Army ROTC is an Officer-producing program for the Army – it is NOT enlisting. We produce junior leaders, not privates. Military Science is synonymous with the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program. ROTC is a curriculum in military leadership, both theoretical and practical. Students learn the fundamentals of leadership and progress through increasing roles and responsibilities in order to improve their … Read more