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United States. Army. Students' Army Training Corps


Administrative History

The Students' Army Training Corps (1917-1918) was a military training program established by the Army to provide specialized training and identify potential officers. Programs were often operated in association with a college or university.

NUCMC data from N.D. St. Univ. Libr., Univ. Archives for Young Men's Christian Association (North Dakota State University). Records, 1901-1977 (Students' Army Training Corps)

LC man. auth. cd. (hdg.: United States. Army. Students' Army Training Corps; under U.S. War. Dept. Committee on Education and Special Training; SATC; S.A.T.C.)

Phone call 12/2/86 to ref. archivist, U.S. Army Military History Instit. (United States. Army. Students' Army Training Corps; raised under authority of the Selective Service act approved May 18, 1917, during the period 1917-1918, when the R.O.T.C. program was suspended; for enlisted men rather than officers, training for special assignment and not for commissions; org. as means of using means and equipment of educational institutions; to instruct and discover potential officer material for possible use as junior grade officers; began dissolution Nov. 11, 1918 and completed Dec. 20, 1918)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Brigham Young University records on Students' Army Training Corps

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 110
Scope and Contents

Contains reports, memoranda, schedules, lists, statements and correspondence concerning construction, the United States War Department, and Brigham Young University detachment of the Student Army Training Corps.

Dates: 1918-1919