The Military Science Program has instructed well over 9,400 students since its inception. Over 1,400 officers have received commissions in the U.S. Army upon completion of the program. The MG Patrick H. Brady Battalion at Seattle University is a five-time winner of the MacArthur award, most recently in 2000, an award that considers Leadership Development and Assessment Course performance, overall GPA, and the number of cadets being commissioned from the program.
Donations to the Military Science Operations (ROTC) Fund are used to purchase equipment and assist cadets with program needs and activities. Established by alumni, the Brady Battalion ROTC Alumni Scholarship endowment will, once fully funded, provide awards to students with financial need who are pursuing ROTC while not yet on a military scholarship.