It takes something unique to succeed in Air Force ROTC. It takes dedication. Drive. Discipline. Air Force ROTC’s program is structured to foster the work ethic and principles that will help students not only succeed in school but also prepare them for life as exceptional citizens and members of the U.S. Air Force.
Air Force ROTC is a program structured like a college course that focuses on developing leaders. ROTC courses are considered electives for which you’ll receive academic credit.
You will be taught by a world-class military faculty supplemented with distinguished speakers who bring policy and history to life through firsthand experience. Each instructor is an active duty Air Force Officer and is usually accorded the academic rank of assistant professor. The unit commander has an academic rank of full professor.
On this site, you’ll find all the information you need as you consider ROTC and a future with the U.S. Air Force. If you’d like to talk to someone about how Air Force ROTC fits into your college experience, feel free to contact us.
Since the goal of the program is to help students earn placement as an Officer in the U.S. Air Force, you will need to meet certain requirements along the way to help you ensure future success in the U.S. Air Force. Click any of the pictures below to read about the requirements and standards of AFROTC.