Create an Air Force ROTC Account
Log into your Air Force ROTC Account. Complete and Submit the “My Profile” page
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Complete the My AFROTC Application Checklist, to include the Activity Sheet.
Download and print the Counselor Certification Form. Scan and upload the signed counselor certification form and a copy of your official or unofficial high school transcript (must include the 9th – 11th grade) the application.
Download and print a copy of the Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) worksheet. Take a copy of the PFA worksheet with you when you complete the fitness assessment. Have the examiner fill in all of the information on the form and have him/her sign and date it. After you have completed the fitness assessment, use the worksheet to enter your results electronically. Scan and upload the completed worksheet to the application.
Enter your GPA manually in the fields provided on the application and submit SAT and/or ACT scores electronically through the testing agency using AFROTC Test Code 0548.
Enter your GPA electronically in the fields provided.
The entire application must be complete by February 1. After you have completed the application steps and have met all qualifications, a local Air Force ROTC detachment will contact you to schedule an interview with an Air Force officer.
Your application will be reviewed by the next available selection board to determine whether or not you will be offered a scholarship.
If you receive a scholarship offer, you will be required to complete and pass a medical exam and meet Air Force ROTC physical requirements in order to keep the offer. Once you have decided to accept the scholarship offer, the Air Force ROTC detachment at your selected school will provide further guidance on the actions required for the fall term of your first semester of college. Additionally, should you accept the scholarship and continue with Air Force ROTC past your freshman year, you will be obligated to serve in the U.S. Air force upon graduation (NOTE: The length of your service commitment is dependent on your designated career field).
If you did not receive a scholarship offer, you may still participate in Air Force ROTC as a non-scholarship student. Non-scholarship Air Force ROTC students are still able to become officers in the U.S. Air Force, as long as they earn a bachelor’s degree and meet all AFROTC requirements.
Air Force ROTC will contact you periodically about your status, and you can track your application status online. After you submit your application, you will be notified via email of your eligibility status.
If you have not heard anything within six weeks, contact AFROTC at 866-423-7682 or email your scholarship technician.
After you’re selected, you must maintain a Term GPA and a Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher as well as meet the Air Force’s weight and fitness standards.
You may withdraw your application at any time. Just contact your scholarship technician; information for your scholarship technician can be found in your WINGS account.