United States. Army. Students' Army Training Corps
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.
Citation: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.