Admission & Entry Requirements
Students apply online at afrotc.com. Click on “Log In” at the top of the page and select “Apply for ROTC” in the middle of the page.
You must meet the Entry Requirements.
Step 1. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide us with your physical address, phone, email and any questions that you may have. Air Force ROTC will contact you with orientation and program details.
Step 2. Complete the appropriate orientation packet information listed below. Bring printed copy with you to orientation.
Step 3. Register for classes and let’s get started.
Fall 2019 orientation will be August 19 & 20, 2019. For more information please contact Detachment office at 817-257-7461 for important details such as time and location. All Air Force forms are to be completed online prior to orientation. See instructions above.
All new students must bring:
- original birth certificate
- original Social Security Card
- copy of shot records
- COMPLETED physical exam
Contact Air Force ROTC office at 817-257-7461 for Air Force forms.
The Air Force ROTC is not for everyone. It takes a dedicated student with good grades and a strong will. You not only have to survive in this capacity, but you also must thrive in it. It might be tough, but it is worth every second. Use this section to explore the various requirements and standards that will help you succeed in the Air Force ROTC.
The General Military Course is offered to freshman and sophomore students who meet the following minimum membership requirements:
- Enrolled full-time (12 semester hours) in an accredited college that hosts or has a crosstown agreement with an Air Force ROTC detachment
- United States citizen (if on scholarship)
- In good physical condition
- Meet Air Force height and weight standards
- Of good moral character
- Be of legal age as required by the state attending Air Force ROTC
- Minimum GPA of 2.0 (3.0 to be eligible for scholarship)
- Meet the age requirements:
- Rated (pilot or combat systems officer)—commissioned before reaching the age of 29
- Non-rated—commissioned by age 39 (waiverable up to age 42)
The Professional Officer Course is offered to juniors and seniors who have already committed to a four-year post-graduation service commitment with the Air Force.
- Meet all GMC membership requirements
- Pass the Air Force Fitness Assessment (FA)
- FA is an exam composed of three events in the following order: push-ups, crunches, and a 1.5-mile run. The test is used to ensure cadets maintain an acceptable level of fitness.
- Pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)
- AFOQT is a standardized test similar to the SAT and ACT that measures aptitudes and is used to select applicants for officer commissioning programs or specific training programs. This is a required test for all cadets and students on scholarship or in the POC.
- Complete a summer Field Training course