THE UNITED STATES CORPS OF CADETS (USCC)

MILITARY STATISTICS

6

18

34

95%

64

Military training schools
offered to the Corps
each summer

Posts offered for
Cadet Troop
Leadership Training

# Of Hours A Cadet Receives
Of Formal Character Education

Of Cadets Receive 1 of
Top 3 Choices With
Talent Based Branching

U.S. and International
Teams Competing
in the 2019 International
Sandhurst Competition

Simon center for the professional military ethic text

The Simon Center's mission is to lead and coordinate the planning, synchronization, execution, and assessment of the Character Program so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character.

Simon center for the professional military ethic text

The Simon Center educates and inspires cadets to internalize an officer identity and to demonstrate the moral, civic, social, and leadership character necessary for commissioned service in the United States Army.

EXPLORE SIMON CENTER

Brigade tactical department text

The Brigade Tactical Department (BTD) is directly responsible for the day-to-day command and discipline of the Corps of Cadets. The Corps of Cadets is divided into four regiments, each containing three battalions of three companies.

Simon center for the professional military ethic text

The Brigade Tactical Department (BTD) is directly responsible for the day-to-day command and discipline of the Corps of Cadets. The Corps of Cadets is divided into four regiments, each containing three battalions of three companies.

EXPLORE TACTICAL DEPARTMENT

Department of military instruction text

The Department of Military Instruction educates and inspires the US Corps of Cadets in the essence of war-fighting and the Profession of Arms in order to develop future Army officers, all with the proper values, leadership skills, military skills, character, and warrior ethos to effectively lead America’s Soldiers.

Department of military instruction text

The Department of Military Instruction educates and inspires the US Corps of Cadets in the essence of war-fighting and the Profession of Arms in order to develop future Army officers, all with the proper values, leadership skills, military skills, character, and warrior ethos to effectively lead America’s Soldiers.

EXPLORE MILITARY INSTRUCTION

Department of Physical Education text

The Department of Physical Education develops warrior leaders of character who are physically fit and mentally tough by engaging Cadets in activities that promote and enhance physical excellence.

Department of Physical Education text

The Simon Center's mission is to lead and coordinate the planning, synchronization, execution, and assessment of the Character Program so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character.

EXPLORE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Directorate of cadet activities text

The Directorate of Cadet Activities provides comprehensive and diverse extracurricular, social, cultural, and recreational programs that enhance the leader development of the Corps of Cadets.

Directorate of cadet activities text

The Directorate of Cadet Activities provides comprehensive and diverse extracurricular, social, cultural, and recreational programs that enhance the leader development of the Corps of Cadets.

EXPLORE CADET ACTIVITIES

CENTER FOR  PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

CENTER FOR  PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Center For Personal Development (CPD) provides comprehensive counseling services to the Corps of Cadets in an accepting and supportive environment. CPD is staffed by Army and Civilian clinical psychologists with a broad range of experience providing counseling and behavioral health treatment. Our mission is to “facilitate the personal and professional development of cadets into leaders of character as future Army officers.” The center’s motto “Know Yourself to Lead Others” embodies our mission and purpose.

EXPLORE CENTER FOR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

MILITARY OPPORTUNITIES

MILITARY OPPORTUNITIES

The United States Corps of Cadets is always looking for preeminent leadership. We have military positions in four of our directorates, click the tabs to see where you may be able to make a difference.