Students should be enrolled in the following freshman level classes in order to participate in AFROTC.
- WSU: AES 1210, AES 1220
- UD: AES 121, AES 122
- CU: AES 1210, AES 1211
- WSU: AES 1230, AES 1240
- UD: AES 122, AES 130
- CU: AES 1220, AES 1221
**If you are registering as a sophomore (3 years left of AFROTC), you must register for sophomore-level classes in addition to the freshman level academic classes (not IMT/GMC LLAB)!
- WSU: AES 2210, AES 2220
- UD: AES 222, AES 220
- CU: AES 2210, AES 2211
- WSU: AES 2230, AES 2240
- UD: AES 222, AES 230
- CU: AES 2220, AES 2221
One and two-year cadets need special guidance from the Air Force / Det 643.
Pre-Participatory Sports Physical
Participation in PT is prohibited until a sports physical (Form 28) is completed. Form 28 does not apply to those cadets receiving APPROVED DODMERB documentation. Find the link to the sports physical in the list of documents to bring on the Required Paperwork page.
To make the transition into ROTC, you need to begin preparing yourself by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Below is a basic 3-week Physical Conditioning Plan that is designed to prime you for our morning Physical Training (PT) sessions. All AFROTC cadets are required to take a physical fitness test (PFT) once a month until they receive a 98 or above. Click here to see the USAF physical fitness scores that must be met at least once a semester.
These exercises can be done throughout the day. As a tip, instead of doing nothing during a TV commercial, do a set of push-ups or crunches. Broken up, these sets of exercises can be manageable. If this workout routine is too aggressive, take out a few sets or do fewer reps per set. If it is not enough, add more sets or more repetitions to each set. The key is to always push yourself to do better.
To the right are the weight standards for males and females. Just like the Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) which will be administered once a month, those who score a 98% or higher will only test once a semester, you must meet the Air Force weight standards. If you are currently not within the regulations, we will work with you to ensure you receive every opportunity to make it within regulations.
The table gives you an idea of the weight chart against which you will be measured. Height is measured from the floor to a plane perpendicular to the top of your head with your head and back against a wall. This height measurement (to quarter-inch increment) is then plotted to the male or female weight table. Your maximum allowable weight (MAW) is the upper limit.
A cadet above MAW cannot activate his/her scholarship until they are below that upper limit. Cadets are weighed at the start of each term; overweight cadets (above MAW) require extra counseling and monitoring to ensure standards are met.
|Height (inches)||Maximum (lbs)||Minimum (lbs)|
In addition to physical fitness and weight standards, there are Air Force Grooming Standards. You are not required to be within these standards for NSOP. However, it is important that you know the standards and are prepared to meet them when AFROTC starts. Please click on the link below and read over "Grooming and Appearance Standards" (Chapter 3).