Absolutely! The majority of AFROTC cadets are NOT on scholarship. All cadets that successfully complete the program become USAF officers regardless of scholarship status.
NO. Not by joining. Not unless you are contracted for scholarship (after freshman year) or you complete the entire program.
Perhaps. All cadets go through a DOD Medical Evaluation Review Board (DODMERB) soon after they join. Our doctors will evaluate your situation and determine if you can serve as an USAF Officer. Your DODMERB is funded by ROTC at no cost to you.
Not through AFROTC. Our program is to recruit and train college students to be officers w/ degrees – it does the USAF no good to interrupt this process.
YES. Students in pursuit of a US Citizenship may contact our office to see if they are eligible to complete the AFROTC program.
Only if you qualify for a High School Scholarship or earn an In College Scholarship (ICS) will you receive all or partial tuition assistance.
YES – If you qualify. Det 320 has commissioned officers in every USAF career field. Det 320 has historically had a high Rated Categorization (flying jobs) selection rate. Flying jobs are offered by needs of the USAF.
NO. The ASVAB has no AFROTC relevance. We will give you the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)
No, but you could have 2 opportunities for an In College Scholarship - if you qualify & AF budget pending.
ICS funds and rules vary per year by needs of the USAF. Historically, you will need to be enrolled in AFROTC (meeting all entry criteria) and perform well enough in college to be selected in a national board. The USAF currently desires Technical, Foreign Language, and Nursing majors - they typically get boarded first.
NO. AFROTC regulation requires a minimum of 3 years (6 semesters in college to complete AFROTC). Masters students are currently ineligible.
You must have no less than 6 semesters remaining in your undergraduate program to join. No exceptions. If you plan on graduating in 2 years or less, we suggest you contact the local Officer Training School (OTS) recruiting office and begin your application to that commissioning program.
The USAF has a special JAG program for law students. Contact our office to learn more.
Though we do have Professional Development Training catered to qualified cadets, the only summer requirement for cadets is to attend Field Training for 28 days one time.