The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program’s mission is to develop young men and women into quality leaders for the United States Air Force. Air Force ROTC prepares college students to become Air Force Officers while also earning their college degrees. Air Force ROTC also offers a variety of scholarships for students who are currently in college that can help relieve the financial burden of earning a college degree.
The program consists of a one-hour academic course for the first- and second-year students, and a three-hour course for the third- and fourth-year students. All students must also participate in a weekly one-hour physical training session and a two-hour leadership laboratory that facilitates the application of leadership theory.
Students attending California State University, Northridge, can participate in Air Force ROTC at UCLA. For more information, contact the UCLA Department of Aerospace Studies at (310) 825-1742.
Air Force ROTC
Director: Lt. Col. Grant M. Fowler, USAF Commander