Welcome! We’re glad you’ve decided to take the first step to becoming a future Officer in the World’s Greatest Air Force!
What Is Air Force ROTC?
It is a challenge. It is an opportunity. It is a head-start on a lifetime of success within the Air Force and in everything you choose to do.
Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at over 1000 colleges and universities across the U.S. that prepares you to become an Air Force officer.
What does this mean to you? It means:
- The opportunity to get the money you need for college
- Making the most out of your college experience and your life
- The chance to earn a college degree while working toward becoming an officer in the United States Air Force
- The chance to experience once-in-a-lifetime opportunities
But know it will not be easy. Air Force ROTC provides you with a challenging program to hone your time management, physical fitness and analytical skills – and helps you push yourself to achieve your goals.
But for those who are up to the challenge, the rewards last a lifetime.
Here is a comprehensive overview of the program at Detachment 159:
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR THE FALL 2018 TERM ARE DUE BY MIDNIGHT 22 JULY 2018.
Ready to join? Follow the steps below:
Prospective Cadets are required to attend a New Cadet Information Briefing before admission into the program. The location is in Classroom II-AFROTC building on Memory Mall (General Purpose Room 129). The following are the dates the briefing will be held (Spring/Summer 2018):
Dates subject to change, please check back frequently for updates.
• Wed 7 March 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
• Fri 23 March 2018, 1400-1500 (2:00-3:00pm)
• Wed 4 April 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
• Wed 25 April 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
• Fri 11 May 2018, 1400-1500 (2:00-3:00pm)
• Wed 23 May 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
• Fri 8 Jun 2018, 1400-1500 (2:00-3:00pm)
• Wed 27 Jun 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
• Wed 11 July 2018, 1430-1530 (2:30-3:30pm)
Get accepted to UCF. All AFROTC cadets must be UCF students. You must meet all UCF admission deadlines. DO NOT wait for AFROTC to accept you, as you will likely miss the UCF admission deadline. You should be pursuing your UCF acceptance in parallel with your AFROTC acceptance.
If you are currently a full-time student at FAMU Law School, Seminole State College, Eastern Florida State College, Valencia College, or Adventist University of Health Sciences, you may enroll in the AFROTC program at UCF. In order to participate in our program, you must apply and be accepted as a non-degree seeking student at UCF. This will allow you to register for the AFROTC academic courses as well as provide you access to the various campus facilities we utilize for training. For questions related to the UCF admission’s process, including application deadlines, please contact the UCF admissions office. For more information visit UCF Non-Degree Seeking Students.
UCF Non-Degree Seeking Application Deadlines:
- Fall: July 1
- Spring: November 1
Submit a completed AFROTC application. All applications are now submitted and processed online through the Holm Center webpage. Please download the guide and follow the directions on how to create an account and fill out the necessary information. (Download guide here)
We will start taking applications for the Fall 2018 term in March. Applications are due by midnight on Sunday, 22 July 2018.
Once you submit your application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your First Name, Last Name, email address that you used to complete your application, and your projected Month/Year of graduation (from college with your degree).
After your electronic application has been reviewed by an AFROTC cadre member, you will be contacted with follow-up questions.
Wait for an acceptance decision. You will be contacted by an AFROTC cadre member no later than 3 August 2018 to inform you whether you were accepted into our detachment or not.
Register for the AFROTC classes. You will be provided with instructions on how to obtain the necessary class codes and course over-rides to register for our course AFTER we have accepted you into the detachment.