If you are already in college, you may still take part in Air Force ROTC. ASU students are placed in the program based on how much time they have left before graduation. Transfer students are placed based on how many credit hours ASU honors and how much time they have left before graduation.
To be eligible for commissioning into the Air Force and Space Force, students must be in ROTC for a minimum of two-and-a-half to three years, depending on experience and credit hours. There are limitations in certain circumstances, so please contact the unit admissions officer for more information.
- Detachment 847 has several ASU scholarships that no other Air Force ROTC unit offers.
You will participate in a program at ASU that:
- Serves the community, has structure and is fun.
- Gives academic credit toward ANY major.
- Helps you pay for college.
- Provides a great paying job after graduation.
The ROTC program consists of one hour of classroom work, two hours of physical training and two hours of leadership laboratory each week.
You can also take part in these exciting activities:
- Honor Guard/Sabre Team
- ROPES course
- Air Force and Space Force base visits
- Aircraft orientation flights
- The satisfaction of a challenging career serving your country, with full retirement benefits after 20 years
- Extremely competitive entry-level salary
- Tax-free housing and food allowances
- $250,000 of low-cost life insurance
- Ample opportunity for graduate education
- Advanced degree(s) fully covered under the Air Force and Space Force Institute of Technology or the USAF Tuition Assistance Program
- Comprehensive medical and dental coverage
- 30 days of vacation with pay each year
- On-base shopping at reduced prices
- Wide variety of recreational facilities