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Gorilla Gazette Newsletter

Read about past activities and upcoming events and meet the new staff in our latest newsletter.

Past Issues


ROTC Cadets Inspired by Veterans

Pittsburg State University ROTC cadets were inspired to serve their country by veterans. Military Science fourth year Cadets John Brackett, of Leavenworth, Chantz Yager, of Scott City, and Wyatt Charles Pressnell, of Derby, were children when they met veterans who opened their eyes to joining the military. “It is pretty crazy how much each of our lives our affected by that one percent,” Yager said of the one percent of Americans who have joined the military." Learn more

 


Pitt State Army ROTC named one of 11 Nursing Centers of Excellence in the region

Nursing Center of Excellence
Nursing Center of Excellence Designation Presentation Program (video)

Pittsburg State Army ROTC has been deemed a Cadet Command Nursing Center of Excellence; we are the only school in Kansas to be named as such!  Pittsburg State was given this honor due to the achievements of nurses that we have commissioned and the outstanding faculty and staff in the School of Nursing.  The Nursing Center of Excellence designation gives priority of nursing scholarships from U.S. Army Cadet Command in our region to Pittsburg State ROTC, and annually guarantees two seats into the upper-division program within the Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing. If you want to compete for a 3 or 4 year nurse scholarship, Pittsburg State is the place to do it!


Cadet Command Minuteman Campaign Aims to Give Scholarships to Those Wanting to Serve as an Officer in the Army National Guard or Army Reserves

If you are a current National Guard or US Army Reserves Solider, and want to get college paid for, contact Josh Shay, Scholarship and Enrollment Officer, about a Minuteman Scholarship. This scholarship will pay 100% of your tuition and fees, $600 per semester for books and a monthly tax free stipend for housing.

Click here to learn more about the Minuteman Campaign.