Benefits

AFROTC has many benefits for cadets enrolled in the program.

*Scholarships can be worth up to $18,000 per year. Some scholarships provide full tuition and fees (with no cap on tuition and authorized fees).

*Scholarship winners also receive a partial book stipend each year

*Air Force ROTC textbooks and uniforms are provided

*Non-taxable stipend during the academic year while on scholarship or in the Professional Officer Course (POC); $250-$400 per month

*Potential opportunity to delay entering active duty to pursue graduate degree

*Visits to Air Force bases

*Challenging job guaranteed after graduation

Upon graduation and successful completion of Air Force ROTC, you will receive a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force. You will have a mandatory commitment of four years if a line officer, six years if you are selected to be a Combat Systems Officer or Air Battle Manager, and ten years if you are selected to be a pilot. During your time in the Air Force, you will receive all of the following benefits: base salary, 30 days of paid leave each year, medical care, base recreation facilities, tuition assistance for further degree programs, retirement pension, etc.


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