The U.S. Armed Forces' Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) is a college-based, officer-commissioning program. It is designed as a college elective that focuses on leadership development, problem solving, strategic planning, and professional ethics.
On Wright State's campus, both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force have ROTC programs. Each offers competitive, merit-based scholarships to ROTC students, often covering full tuition for college in exchange for extended periods of active military service. Graduates of the program enter the active-duty phase of their commitments as officers in their respective military branches.
Wright State is proud to partner with the U.S. Armed Forces as they train our leaders of tomorrow.
United States Air Force ROTC
Benefits of Air Force ROTC
- The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) instructs students in military heritage, the development of air and space power, military ethics, drill and ceremonies, communication, human relations, and leadership theory and techniques.
- AFROTC is a leadership program for college students interested in earning a commission and entering the Air Force active-duty as an officer after completing a bachelor's or master's degree.
- AFROTC offers opportunities for numerous career fields, including pilot, navigator, engineering, nursing, and medical.
United States Army ROTC
Benefits of Army ROTC
- U.S Army officers lead soldiers in their development through challenging training, teamwork, shared values, and personal experiences.
- U.S. Army officers can serve as active duty, Army Reserve, and National Guard upon graduation and commissioning.
- Commissioned officers can serve in over 16 career fields, including law, health care (as nurses or doctors), and engineering.