After Princeton graduation, ROTC students are commissioned as U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy officers

Nine members of Princeton’s Class of 2019 became commissioned officers in the U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy on June 4 during a ceremony led by Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, a Class of 1980 graduate who himself was commissioned through Princeton’s ROTC program nearly 40 years ago.

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13 Transfer Applicants Admitted; Eight Served in Military

The first 13 transfer students to be admitted since Princeton reinstated its transfer program include seven military veterans and one reservist, representing the Army, Navy, and the Marines. The group also includes eight students who attended community college, the University said, noting that the two categories overlapped.

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New Alumni Group Brings Together Military Veterans

Military veterans have made up but a small fraction of Princeton’s undergraduate class in recent years. There were two veterans in the freshman class in 2013; this year, there are just five. Now, a group of alumni veterans has launched an effort to provide support for students and alumni with military backgrounds, and it hopes to help attract more veterans to the University.

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