For more information please go to the AFROTC website.
There is no application process for enrollment in Air Force ROTC at OSU. You enroll in the AERO course just as you would for any other campus course. All AFROTC classes are taught at the OSU-Stillwater campus. Cross-town cadets will attend both LLAB and their AFROTC class during their once a week trip to OSU-Stillwater.
Det 670 Participating Schools
Oklahoma State University
Students at these Cross-town participants would apply at OSU-Stillwater for admission as a "Non-degree Seeking Student."
- OSU - Tulsa
- University of Tulsa
- Oral Roberts University
- Tulsa Community College
- Rogers State University
- Langston University
- University of Central Oklahoma
- Northern Oklahoma College
- Be a United States citizen (before contracting)
- Pass a physical examination and be certified as COMMISSION-qualified by the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB)
- Pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)
- Meet Air Force ROTC weight and body fat standards
- Pass the Air Force ROTC Physical Fitness Test
- Meet the age, moral and other qualification requirements for Air Force ROTC
- Complete an Academic Plan of Study (Form 48)
- Maintail Full-time Student Status (at least 12 credit hours per semester)
Currently, the Air Force offers both High School and Enlisted Scholarships. Please visit http://afrotc.com/scholarships for more information.
You will be automatically enrolled in LLab, which is held every Thursday from 4:00 - 6:00 PM, when you enroll in the appropriate class.
|Year 1||Foundations of the USAF||AERO 1111||AERO 1211|
|Year 2||Airpower History||AERO 2111||AERO 2211|
|Year 3||Leadership Studies||AERO 3103||AERO 3203|
|Year 4||National Security Affairs||AERO 4103||AERO 4203|
During the summer after your sophomore year you will participate in Field Training at Maxwell AFB, AL. This rigorous program involves activities such as physical conditioning, weapons training and survival training. Field Training is your opportunity to develop your skills as both a leader and team member. Field Training is a requirement for all cadets who seek membership in the Professional Officer Course and continuance in the AFROTC program.
There are a wide variety of career opportunities available. Only 4% of those in the Air Force are pilots, which leaves numerous other technical, non-technical, scientific, specialty and healthcare careers available. All of them fulfilling and all of them providing you with important leadership experience. Visit the Careers link and explore the many opportunities available.
As an Air Force Officer you will earn pay very comparable to the civilian sector as well as several other benefits such as educational opportunities, healthcare, housing, travel and use of military facilities just to name a few. Please take a look at the pay and benefits link or talk to an Air Force officer and ask them what they like about being in the Air Force.