- Follow the link to Register/Login.
- Click on "Apply to AFROTC," and follow the prompts.
2. Enroll in the Air Force ROTC courses with your university. (The course code should be something similar to AFSC 1201, 1202, 2201 and 2202.)
3. RSVP for and attend our New Cadet Orientation coming up at the end of August 2021 at our Detachment and bring the following:
- Original Birth Certificate (must be the original or certified copy)
- Original Social Security Card
- Completed Air Force Form 28, Pre-Participatory Physical with physician’s stamp. (File must be downloaded to your computer; it will not work if you try to open it from the website. There are a variety of low cost places you can get a sports physical other than your family physician or pediatrician. Try your university or college’s Student Medical Center or your local pharmacy, such as CVS or Walgreens.)
- Form 28 has proof of screening for Sickle Cell Trait.
- Current immunization records
- SAT and/or ACT scores
- High School Transcript (can be a certified copy)
- College Transcripts (if applicable, can be unofficial)
- Certificate of completion for JROTC (if applicable)
- Provide permanent address, phone number and email.
- Selective service number for males (Visit www.sss.gov, click on "check a registration" and put in the appropriate information to retrieve your #.)
- DD Form 214 (if applicable)
- Bank account and routing number (can be found on a check)
- Current enrollment record showing full-time student status (enrolled in at least 12 credit hours)
- Your college/university may require you to be “force gained” into one of the courses due to conflicting lab times. If this is the case, contact AFROTC Cadre for help as soon as you are notified of the conflict.
- Cadets are required to complete at least three physical training (PT) sessions per week. You must complete your Form 28 (Pre-Participatory Physical Form) prior to participating in PT. If you do not have your physical complete, you will not be allowed to participate until the physical is complete and turned in to AFROTC Cadre.
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