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University of Oklahoma Naval ROTC

The Marine Enlisted Commissioning Education Program (MECEP) is an enlisted to officer commissioning program designed to provide outstanding enlisted Marines the opportunity to serve as Marine Corps officers. Marines selected for MECEP who successfully complete Officer Candidate School and graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree will be commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps.

As an active duty Marine at the University of Oklahoma, you will be a member of the NROTC unit and will fall under the leadership of the Marine Officer Instructor (MOI) and Assistant Marine Officer instructor (AMOI). MECEP Marines will typically take 15 credit hours during a semester in a degree program of your choice. While in the MECEP program, by regulations you are required to complete the following Naval Science courses: Evolution of Warfare, Amphibious Warfare, Leadership & Ethics, and you must enroll in Naval Science Drill each semester. Drill is held twice a week – this is when we come together as a unit and conduct training and activities.

While in the MECEP program, you will normally attend your college courses in civilian attire and will be expected to wear the designated uniform of the day during weekly 2-hour drill sessions.



School name:University of Oklahoma Naval ROTC
Address:290 W. Brooks St. Rm.12
Zip & city:OK 73019 Oklahoma
Phone:(405) 325-2021
Web:http://nrotc.ou.edu/
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