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Air Force ROTC


Director: Lt Col Jane M. Vesperman

Detachment Website

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is an educational program designed to allow young men and women to pursue a commission in the United States Air Force while pursuing a college degree.  The purpose of the AFROTC program is to provide quality development of the individual so that they may serve as effective leaders and officers upon entering the Air Force.  AFROTC affords graduates the opportunity to pursue a broad range of career fields to include aviation related jobs, law, space operations, medicine, intelligence, computer systems, and engineering.  You can take part in this unique experience as a college freshman with no commitment.  As a matter of fact, you can continue in the program without any commitment to the military for the first two years.  The AFROTC program is open to all college students regardless of major or academic year.

 Four Year Program

 The AFROTC program is broken down into two portions, the General Military Course (GMC) & the Professional Officer’s Course (POC).  The GMC portion of the program typically consists of freshman and sophomores and allows them the opportunity to try out AFROTC without any commitment.  During the GMC period cadets will be exposed to the basic organizational concepts of the Air Force and its history.  During the sophomore year, cadets will have the opportunity to compete for a field training allocation.  Completion of field training is necessary for entrance into the POC.  The POC consists of your junior and senior years in the program.  As a cadet you will receive instruction in Leadership/Management and National Security Policy.

 Two Year  Program

 This version of the program allows the cadet to compete directly for the POC, bypassing the GMC. It is geared more towards junior college transfers, current college sophomores or juniors, or prior enlisted personnel who have two years of college remaining.  However, you’ll need to complete a six week extended field training prior to entrance into the POC.  The POC course in  the two year program will then be the same as that of the four year program.



Scholarship Opportunities

AFROTC offers scholarships on both a competitive and fully qualified basis to students in all academic majors based on the needs of the Air Force.  In addition to paying for most or all of your tuition, Air Force ROTC scholarships also pay you a $600 annual book allowance and $250-400 dollars per month while you’re in school.  

Fully Qualified Scholarships:  Currently there are scholarships available if you are a critical major.  If you have at least a 2.5 GPA in the required major and meet all other ROTC entry requirements, the scholarship is yours.

High School Seniors: You may compete for a 4 or 3 year scholarship which covers  tuition, fees, a book stipend, and provides a monthly nontaxable allowance.  All scholarship applications are completed online at www.afrotc.com.  The deadline to apply is December 1st so APPLY EARLY.

College Students:  If a college student you may compete for a 2 or 3 year scholarship that provides similar benefits to the scholarships offered to high school students.  To apply, contact the Air Force detachment during your freshman or sophomore years of college. Selection is based on scores achieved on the Air Force Officer’s Qualifying Test (AFOQT), cumulative grade-point average, and performance on a physical fitness test.

For full scholarship details, go to the Air Force ROTC website.



Course Descriptions

 


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