Support Army ROTC
The USF Foundation connects the University with donors who want to make a difference and provide financial support to the overall USF community.
An example of people financially supporting the Suncoast Battalion is "The Pathway
Service" that leads to the JMLC. One has an opportunity to purchase a personalized brick on "The Pathway to Selfless Service" to memorialize or honor a loved one, show support for the armed services, or simply mark a commissioning or a graduation. Bricks are engraved and placed in "The Pathway to Selfless Service" once each semester. The purchase price is $150 and all proceeds above the cost of the brick and engraving will go the the JMLC Brick Scholarship Fund in the USF Foundation which supports the JMLC Selfless Service Award.
Another example of people financially supporting the Suncoast Battalion is the CPT Jason Holbrook Memorial Leadership Scholarship. This is a philanthropic fund maintained by the USF Joint Military Leadership Center to support ROTC student attendance at a nationally recognized annual leadership conference held at one of the U.S. service academies or another prestigious civilian university/ college. CPT Holbrook, 28, of Burnet, Texas, was fatally wounded in Tsagay, Afghanistan on July 29, 2010, when his vehicle struck an improvised explosive device (IED) during a combat reconnaissance patrol. He was newly wed to USF alumnae Heather Holbrook, '03. Her parents, Cindy, '74, and John Harper, '76, decided to memorialize their son-in-law through a scholarship fund that would honor his memory in a way that suited his career choice and his sacrifice for his country.
Find out more about CPT Holbrook, the scholarship named in his honor and how to make a
charitable gift to support this scholarship.
Financially support the Suncoast Battalion.