How to Enroll
Air Force ROTC at Detachment 675 is available to any eligible student admitted to the University of Oklahoma or to one of our crosstown schools (Rose State College, Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City University, and University of Central Oklahoma).
The Air Force ROTC program takes a minimum of three years to complete, so it is ideal to start as a freshman, but you may also begin the program in the fall of your sophomore year. In some cases, students are able to start in their junior year if they have enough credits remaining in their degree plan to satisfy the full-time student requirement (enrolled in 12 credit hrs / semester) for at least five semesters. Another option for students who start after sophomore year is to take graduate courses during the final year of Air Force ROTC, however, there is no guarantee that a student will be able to finish a graduate degree. Cadets are expected to commission as soon as Aerospace Studies classes and undergraduate degree requirements are completed.
University of Oklahoma students can enroll in Air Force ROTC classes just as they do any other class. Crosstown students should contact the Recruiting Flight Commander at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 325-3211 for assistance.
Freshmen, or students who have four years of undergraduate work remaining, should enroll in AERO 1011 (Fall) or AERO 1021 (Spring) along with the co-requisite of AERO 1300, Leadership Laboratory.
Sophomores, or students who have three years of undergraduate work remaining, should enroll in AERO 1011 and AERO 2011 (Fall) or AERO 1021 (Spring) along with the co-requisite of AERO 1300, Leadership Laboratory.
If you are not a freshman or sophomore and have less than three years remaining in your degree plan, but would still like to join Air Force ROTC, please contact the Recruiting Flight Commander at email@example.com or 405-325-3211 to discuss available options.
All cadets must enroll in AERO 1300, Leadership Laboratory, every semester. Leadership Laboratory is a mandatory co-requisite for all AERO classes.
If you are starting the program in the Spring, please contact us at either firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (405) 325-3211 to set up an appointment to complete the initial paperwork (getting set up for a physical, etc.) This can be accomplished at the start of the term, however it is better to do it a few weeks prior to the start of the semester. Students who are starting the program in the Fall will accomplish their initial paperwork at NSOP.