Naval Science

This is the home page of Charlie Company, Hampton Roads Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. We represent Hampton University in one of the largest Naval ROTC units in the nation, consisting of more than 170 Sailors, Marines, and Midshipmen. Our location, close to the world’s largest naval base, allows us to offer our students unparalleled leadership and hands-on training opportunities.

The Hampton Roads Consortium is comprised of five schools that include Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University, Hampton University, Regent University, and Tidewater Community College.

Hampton Roads NROTC offers a variety of practical training and leadership opportunities to prepare you for your career as a Navy or Marine Corps Officer. As a midshipman, you would participate in physical training 2-3 times a week, participate in weekly lab periods, and receive world class instruction on a wide variety of Navy-related topics.

Specific benefits include:

College Scholarship (Full Tuition)
Monthly Stipend of up to $400
Navy commissary benefits
Camaraderie and leadership training in an elite organization of students
Hands-on training aboard warships, aircraft, and submarines
Guaranteed job, frequent advancement, and substantial pay raises
World-wide travel
Acceptance is based on the applicant’s potential to meet the mental, physical, and moral standards required of a Commissioned Officer in the United States Navy or Marine Corps.

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I work on developing and running programs to build diversity in the aquatic sciences. My primary area of research is oxygen depletion and eutrophication in the Chesapeake Bay.

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