Cadet Educational Resources

Blackboard

ROTC Blackboard is the source for your MS class syllabus, assignments, homework, and exams. Contact your respective MS instructor for your username and password.

Military History Requirement

There are a number of courses at Rutgers that satisfy the military history requirement. You need to take only ONE of these courses (or a substitute approved by the PMS). A 200 level or higher course, with a grade of C or higher, is needed to fulfill the requirement.

Click here for the Army ROTC Military History Memo.

Go Army Ed

GoArmyEd Is the Army’s Virtual Gateway to Education–Anytime, Anywhere. It currently supports Active Duty and Army Reserve as a one-stop Web site that allows Soldiers, Army Education Counselors, and schools to conduct business for all education needs in a seamless,Soldier-centric environment. In June, you will begin using GoArmyEd, fulfilling the Army’s vision for an enterprise system serving all three Army components.

Army Publishing Directorate (APD)

The Army Publishing Directorate (APD) supports readiness as the Army’s centralized publications and forms management organization. APD authenticates, publishes, indexes, and manages Department of the Army publications and forms to ensure that Army policy is current and can be developed or revised quickly. APD also provides content management services, manages procurement of printed and electronic media products to HQDA customers.

Chief of Staff's Professional Reading List

The  U.S.  Army  Chief  of  Staff’s  Professional  Reading  List  is  divided  into  six  categories: 

  • Strategic  Environment
  • Regional Studies
  • History and Military History
  • Leadership
  • Army Profession
  • Fiction

These sub-lists are intended to steer readers to topics in which they are most interested. Each of these books is suitable for readers of any rank or position.The  books  included  in  this  list  offer  entry  points  into  the many publications available regarding military art and science. They are provided as selected works that can help soldiers,  Department  of  the  Army  civilians,  and anyone  interested  in  the  Army  to  learn  more  about  the  Army  profession  and  to  sharpen  their  knowledge  of  the  Army’s  long and distinguished history, as well as the decisive roleplayed by landpower in conflicts across the centuries.