What is AFROTC?
Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at colleges and universities across the U.S. that prepares you to become an Air Force officer and helps you understand the career options available in the United States Air Force. ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps and helps develop leaders for the future.
What does the ROTC program require?
In the ROTC program, cadets have two voluntary years to experience if the Air Force is a future they want to pursue. Throughout the program, cadets will attend Physical Training (PT) sessions to stay physically fit, attend Leadership Lab to gain leadership skills, and take academic classes to understand the history and mission of the Air Force.
Why be involved in AFROTC?
Being in college is already stressful...so why would someone want to add another activity in their life? AFROTC opens up doors to those who have an interest in building a successful and exciting future while becoming a better person and making life-long bonds with the community and people around you. AFROTC can give you a future. Click this link to see a list of USAF jobs available to officers.
Why choose UNO's ROTC program?
As one of the nations top military-friendly universities, you will run into several veterans on campus. Veterans joining the Cadet Wing can use their GI Bill or apply for a scholarship to obtain a degree and commission into the USAF. The USAF scholarships allow Active Duty enlisted members of any service to separate early and attend ROTC for two through four years in order to attain a degree and commission.
- Learn more about ways UNO supports active duty members and veterans.
- Learn more about scholarships for Active Duty Members.
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