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Campus Life Highlights 2012-2013

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  • Campus Life Highlights 2012-2013
 

ROTC

•Successfully had 6 Cadets complete and graduate the Leader Development Assessment Course (LDAC) at Fort Lewis, Washington this summer!
•Successfully had 1 Cadet complete and graduate the Leader Training Course (LTC) at Fort Knox, Kentucky this summer!
•Successfully had 1 Cadet complete and graduate from Air Assault School at Fort Benning, Georgia this summer!
•Had 3 Cadets participate in Cultural Understanding and Language Program (CULP) this summer in 3 different countries from around the world for a month; Benin, Costa Rica, and Estonia.
•Had 3 Cadets participate in Cadet Troop Leader Training (CTLT) this summer at different Army Fort’s around the world; Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Fort Bliss, Texas; and Vilseck, Germany.  The Cadets acted as platoon leaders and got a better understanding of what a platoon leader does.
•MSG Christopher Simmons, our new Senior Military Science Instructor has just PCS’d (Permanent Change of Station) to the Edinboro University ROTC “Fighting Scots” Battalion from Fort Carson, Colorado.  He will be here until next summer and then he will PCS to Fort Bliss, Texas to start the Sergeant’s Major Academy.
•Enrollment numbers are the highest in the history of the Battalion to date:
•71 Freshman enrolled and a total of 115 Cadets in the program.
 

Frank G. Pogue Student Center

 

Greek Life

Edinboro University TIPs team, supported by Edinboro University Greek Life, was awarded their National Award for Excellence. Chosen by an internal committee based on feedback from the Master Trainders, TIPs Trainers and course participants, Edinboro was chosen for their repeated demonstration of commitment to preventing the misuse of alcohol on campus and in the community.

Campus Programs

 

Campus Recreation

 

Multicultural Affairs

 

Leadership Edinboro

Leadership Edinboro was awarded a $2800 Grant from the National Society of Leadership and Success for the 2012-2013 Academic Year. This will enable many of our students to take part in a nationally recognized leadership program and assist in developing their leadership skills.