U.S. Air Force ROTC
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Students that pursue a college degree while participating in the U.S. Air Force’s Reserve Officer Training Corps program become commissioned second lieutenants after graduation. The ROTC career track prepares students for life as an officer in the U.S. Air Force. Leadership is one of the most important aspects of the ROTC program.
Discipline and integrity are paramount during the college years for ROTC cadets. Post-graduation, career options for cadets are endless. From flight and technical careers to nursing and practicing law, there is a career track to suit every student’s needs. Cadets get the support and camaraderie of their peers while working hard to achieve their goals. The U.S. Air Force’s Reserve Officer Training Corps program produces leaders with integrity and outstanding academic achievements.
|Other Military Schools||Grades||Students||Faculty|
|Morgan State University AROTC||College||6,000||500|
|Kansas State University AROTC||College||24,000||1,400|
|Illinois State University ROTC||College||20,000||3,000|
|University of Southern Mississippi AROTC||College||18,000||800|
|Arkansas National Guard||College||N/A||50|