Giving to the Military Science Department
Developing leaders of character is the goal of our Military Science Department and ROTC program. By providing students with exceptional training opportunities we prepare them for real world leadership. Giving to the Military Science Department and ROTC allows us to enhance the experiential nature of our training, increase the financial assistance we provide to students and update our facilities to offer a cutting edge environment in which to learn. We are proud of the commitment our Cadets have made, and by supporting this program, you can be a part of ensuring that they are well prepared for a future career of service to the nation. Below are four different giving options that support our program in different ways.
Donate to the Military Science Department/ROTC General Fund.
Donations made to the Military Science general fund are used for special projects and initiatives and support Cadet activities such as the Cadet organized Military Ball and events such as as the Ranger Challenge or Army 10 miler team. Donations to this fund are available for immediate use by the department and students.
Donate to the Robert E. Helm Leadership Endowment Fund.
The purpose of the fund is to first provide a scholarship or scholarships for undergraduate students attending Wake Forest, who are participants in the Wake Forest ROTC program, on the basis of financial need and/or academic merit based upon the following order of preferences: Financial Need, GPA and satisfy the Army’s physical fitness standards.
Donate to the Warren Dale Bishop Scholarship Fund.
The purpose of this fund is to to provide a scholarship or scholarships for first-year students attending Wake Forest, who are participants in the Wake Forest ROTC program, and recipients of a three year Army Scholarship.
Donate to the Military Science Department and ROTC Endowed Fund
Donations made to this fund create a continuous stream of financial support, ensuring the fulfillment of the department’s mission that may not be addressed otherwise. The funding has the flexibility to serve a multitude of purposes, including, but not limited to:
- Creating experiential learning opportunities for our students
- Purchasing resources to conduct high level training experiences
- Supporting cadets who represent the Battalion at competitions across the country, such as the Army 10 Miler Run