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Air Force ROTC

Am I Eligible to Join Air Force ROTC?


             To enroll in Air Force ROTC, you must:


                    - Be a full-time undergraduate student at OU or one of our crosstown schools (see list below)


                    - Have a CGPA of 2.0 or greater for any previously completed college coursework


                    - Be able to complete your undergraduate studies and commission before age 30 (up to

                      age 35 with a waiver - restricted to high quality applicants)


                    - Be of good moral character


                    - Be in good physical condition


                    - Be a US citizen or in pursuit of US citizenship


             Please see for additional info.



             Detachment 675 has crosstown agreements with:


                    - Rose State College*


                    - Oklahoma City Community College*


                    - Oklahoma Baptist University


                    - Oklahoma Christian University


                    - Oklahoma City University


                    - University of Central Oklahoma 



            Crosstown students will travel to the University of Oklahoma once or twice per week to take their AFROTC courses. 


            *Students who attend Rose State College or Oklahoma City Community College must be prepared to transfer to the University of Oklahoma or to one of the four-year schools listed above prior to entering the Professional Officer Course (POC), which would generally be at the start of their junior year.


            NOTE:  The core competency of AFROTC is to recruit and train individuals working on their first undergraduate degree.   Individuals with a previously completed undergraduate or graduate degree are expected to pursue an AF commission through OTS.  There may be exceptions for students who are majoring in critical technical majors, have a 3.0 CGPA, and meet outstanding and deserving criteria as identified by HQ AFROTC.  Please contact the Recruiting Flight Commander at or 405-325-3211 for more information.