Please visit AFROTC.com for eligibility requirements to ensure you meet our entrance criteria.
Physical Training (PT)
Our PT program incorporates calisthenics, cardio and strength training to ensure our cadets are Fit to Fight and aims to establish a lifelong commitment to fitness. We hold three PT sessions each week on M/W/F from 0600-0700. Cadets are required to attend at least two of these sessions each week. We hold a Fitness Assesment (FA) at least once a semester. Scoring criteria can be found here.
Academic Classes (AERO XXXX)
Our Aerospace Studies classes are university classes aimed to teach you all about our Air Force and being an officer. First and second year cadets take one credit-hour classes that meet for 75 minutes once per week. Third and fourth year cadets take three credit-hour classes that meet for 75 minutes twice per week. All cadets must obtain a "C" or better in each Aerospace Studies class. Visit the university's Undergraduate Catolog to read more about each of our classes.
Leadership Laboratory (AERO 1100)
Our laboratory is cadet led and focuses on training in drill and ceremony, building warrior ethos and equipping our cadets with leadership and followership skills. Leadership Laboratory, or "Lead Lab" as we call it, is where we build officers.
For more information on our courses, visit AFROTC.com.
- Complete all of the requirements listed on our New Cadet Orientation page
- Send us an email letting us know you'll be attending our next orientation
- Register for our classes in accordance with the guidance below:
Air Force ROTC is designed as a four-year program but may be completed in three years if you have less than four years remaining until graduation. If this is the case, you will need to dual enroll in our freshman and sophomore level courses. You also have the option to enter in the spring of your freshman year.
*Incoming cadets planning on doing the Three and a Half or Three Year Program is required to have an interview with a Cadre member. Please contact us to schedule a meeting or for more information.
First Year (AS100)
Second Year (AS200)
Third Year (AS300)
Fourth Year (AS400)
Three and a Half Year Program
First Year (AS150)
Second Year (AS200)
Accelerated Three-year Program
First Year (AS250)
AERO 2101 - Evolution of Aerospace Studies I (3 credit hours)
*Other than these semesters, everything afterward will follow the Four Year Program
If you have any questions not answered above, please contact us.