Spartan helmet
  • $220 RAISED OF $12,000 GOAL
  • 3 DONORS


  • Stephen Juergens $100.00
  • Kathleen Paloyan $100.00
  • Pamela Zawicki $20.00

Spartan Leadership and Military Skills Development Program 

Empower the Next Generation: Support Cadet Training! 

The Spartan Battalion mentors and trains the future leaders for the military and our community. We provide college students with challenging training to prepare them to become effective leaders. Your support will help purchase essential equipment to enhance their experience and our program. Your investment will help to build future generations of strong leaders.

Your Support Will Make a Big Difference

MSU ROTC Spartan Battalion recruits, trains, and commissions young professionals who have the potential to lead future Army, private, and community organizations. We provide a close knit community that provides students/cadets with opportunities to develop individually and as part of a team by presenting mentally and physically challenging training. Out team serves as ambassadors for the university and Spartan Battalion at the highest levels of Army competition.  

Thanks to support from donors like you, our cadets will be better prepared to compete in various athletic competitions and field training exercises against cadet programs across the US. They will excel at Cadet Summer Training (CST) and various specialized military training programs in path to becoming future Army Officers.   

Project Budget

Spartan Battalion cadets have a vigorous physical training program in preparation for an Army career. Donations will be used to support the replacement and maintenance of gym equipment as physical fitness is a pillar of the Army professionThe remainder of the monetary support would be used for field craft training equipment and classroom materials. Our goal for 2024 is $12,000.  

Make a Gift by Mail:

University Advancement
Spartan Way
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824

*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 24GGDCF1AROTC” in the note section.

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