If you are a motivated student in high school or college, then you may be just the kind of person our Nation's Air Force is looking for! You may be asking yourself, "What is Air Force ROTC and what does it have to offer me?" Air Force ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) prepares students for careers as Air Force officers through a college level curriculum. It is an educational program that prepares men and women to become the future leaders of the United States Air Force while completing their degrees. Upon completion of your degree, you simultaneously receive your commission and then serve as an officer on active duty for four years (or more if you choose).
The Air Force is always in need of new officers in a variety of career fields. Today's officers are offered technical training opportunities, advanced education, highly competitive pay, promotion opportunities, 30 days of paid vacation each year (starting the first year!), and an excellent retirement pension plan.
Click here for more information on Air Force career fields.
Becoming an Air Force officer is an incredibly challenging process which not everyone is able to successfully complete. If you think you have what it takes, we'll give you a chance to prove it.
Here are just some of the benefits of participating in the AFROTC program:
Involvement in a wide variety of activities, including parties, picnics, formal dinners, jet aircraft incentive rides, and Air Force Base orientation visits.
Elective academic credit by taking our Aerospace Studies courses.
Unparalleled leadership training and opportunities!
A great job after college!
High School Seniors
Are you a high school senior looking for a college scholarship? Air Force ROTC offers scholarships to pay for school and exciting job opportunities when you complete college. Click here for scholarship information.
If you're already in college at Texas State, Wayland Baptist, or Texas Lutheran, you may be eligible for a scholarship through our program. Contact us
for more information on availability and eligibility.
Air Force Enlisted Personnel
There are many programs for active duty airmen that want to earn a commission from Air Force ROTC. If you are an active duty enlisted member of the Air Force or another service branch, choose this link to learn more about Air Force ROTC.
Air Force Pilot and Combat Systems Officer Qualifications
Are you Interested in becoming a Pilot or a Combat Systems Officer in your United States Air Force? Click here to find out what it takes to enter the ranks of the best trained aviators in the world.