Marion Military Institute

ECP Overview

Early Commissioning Program

Become an Army officer in 2 years

What does it take to be an officer in the United States Army? The answer isn’t just wearing the gold bar of a Second Lieutenant. It’s not just giving order, commanding a formation, or a college degree, either. It’s much more.

The Early Commissioning Program (ECP) allows Military Junior College students to complete ROTC in two years and gain a commission as a Second Lieutenant. Upon completion of the two year program, ECP Lieutenants then go on to complete their education at a four year institution while serving in the Army National Guard or the U.S. Army Reserve.

This is a great way to serve your country and reduce your college expenses at the same time.  Act now by submitting your application for admissions. CLICK HERE to get started.

MMI Army ROTC/ECP Contact Info:

800-664-7682, 334-683-2310, qturner@marionmilitary.edu

MILITARY JUNIOR COLLEGE (MJC) 
RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS TWO-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Click on the links below and  AT LEFT to learn more about the United States Army's Early Commissioning Program (ECP)

The Army will provide 2-year ROTC scholarships to graduating high school seniors who meet the requirements on condition that funding is available.