Air Force ROTC

Admissions and Enrollment

Covid notice: tours are temporarily postponed. All meetings will be handled virtually. We invite you and your family to start the registration process at Detachment 158 AFROTC by scheduling a tour of the campus and facilities. Personalized tours and meetings allow us to provide you with a first-hand experience of our program in action. It also lets us focus our time and attention to answering your specific questions and concerns.

Step 1) Screening Questionnaire

Spring 2021 enrollment has closed! Fall 2021 applications will be accepted May - August 2021. Please email your questionnaire to

Top 5 Asked Questions

What kinds of scholarships are available? A. There are two types of scholarships (High School and In-College).

How long does it take to complete the program? A. ROTC is typically a four-year program. However, there is an accelerated and challenging three-year option for qualified candidates.

    What are the weekly commitments? A. Underclassmen typically spend six hours per week at the Detachment, while upperclassmen spend about eight. Minimum mandatory commitments include Physical Training, Aerospace Studies and Leadership Lab.

      What is the commitment? A. Non-scholarship cadets have no commitment until the beginning of their junior year. Once contracted, the typical commitment is four years. Aviation positions (Pilot, Navigator, etc.) range from 6-10 years.

        Do I have to live in the dorms/barracks or on campus? A. No. There is no dorm/housing requirement.

          Still have questions?

          If you have further Air Force ROTC questions, please contact Captain Koskosky at