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AFROTC Information Request


What are the qualifications to join?

  • US Citizen (or pursuing)
  • 2.0 GPA
  • Full-time college student
  • 3+ years of college remaining

For more information please visit: AFROTC requirements


What are the minimum fitness standards?

                                   Male          Female
Push-ups (1 min)         33                18
Sit-ups (1 min)             42                38
1.5 mile run               13:36           16:22
AF Fitness Charts

These minimums are not required to join. You must have a passing fitness score to earn a scholarship.  


What is my weekly schedule?

Physical Training: Tues/Thurs 0730-0830

Lab: Fri 0730-1030

Class:
   Freshmen - Fri 1145-1240
   Sophomore - Fri 1325-1420
   Junior/Senior - Time varies


What is the curriculum?

Air Force ROTC curriculum is separated into four major areas: Profession of Arms, Communication Skills, Leadership Studies, and Military Studies/International Security Studies. Visit Program Curriculum to learn more. 


What is the commitment for joining?

There is no commitment until accepting a scholarship or contracting in your junior year.

Once commissioned, your active duty commitment is 4 years
Rated Officers (Pilot, etc) incur 6 - 10 years


Will I deploy while in Air Force ROTC?

No. Your job here is to be a student.


What type of scholarships does Air Force ROTC offer?

In college scholarships are available to all majors on a case-by-case basis. Click here to learn more about high school scholarships.


What type are jobs are available in the Air Force?

Pilot, Space & Missiles, Intelligence, Weather, Communication & Cyber, Maintenance, Logistics, Nurse, Engineer, and Security to name a few.
Visit Air Force Jobs to learn more. 


Are there more websites for information and videos?

Air Force.com
Air Force & College
Air Force Daily Video


Couldn't find your answer?

Please visit https://www.afrotc.com/contact/help for more information.