Location: Tolbert Hall
The ROTC Living Learning Community at Tolbert Hall is a collaborative effort between the Department of Housing and Residence Education and the Department of Military Science. It is designed for any students interested in the Army, Navy/Marine, or Air Force ROTC. The ROTC LLC provides on-site academic advising, a meeting room in the residence hall, study groups, and tutoring/mentoring by upper class ROTC cadets/midshipmen. The LLC is open to all ROTC members, regardless of scholarship status. This is a traditional residence hall, not barrack-style housing. Only students and Housing staff have access to residential floors.
The goal of the Reserve Officer Training Corps is to commission world-class military officers educated at a premier research university. The Living Learning Community provides cadets and midshipmen with the opportunity to learn more about each other and each service through routine social contact in a non-classroom atmosphere.
Each branch’s ROTC has required coursework on military science and leadership and management training.
How to Join:
Shortly after the official notification is sent to students admitted to the University of Florida, the Housing Assignments Office will send housing contracts to students that have an active Housing application on file. Students who complete the Housing contract process (sign the contract and pay the prepayment) will be able to indicate hall/room preferences. During that time you will be asked if you are interested in living in an LLC and if so, which one. Simply indicate ROTC LLC at Tolbert Hall as your choice. The ROTC units provides the Assignments Office with a list of eligible students for the community. If you are approved by one of the ROTC branches (Army, Air Force, or Navy), you will be eligible to select a space in the ROTC LLC.