Prospective Students

Once you've been accepted to the University of Arizona, you enroll in AFROTC by registering for MLA 100, just as you would any other course. All AFROTC classes are taught at the University of Arizona campus. Cross-town cadets will attend both LLAB, AFROTC class, and physical training sessions at the University of Arizona.


  • Be a United States citizen (prior to contracting)
  • Pass a physical examination and be certified as COMMISSION-qualified by the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB)
  • Pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)
  • Meet Air Force ROTC height, weight and body fat standards
  • Pass the Air Force ROTC Physical Fitness Test each semester
  • Meet the age, moral and other qualification requirements for Air Force ROTC
  • Complete an Academic Plan of Study (Form 48)
  • Maintain Full-time Student Status (at least 12 credit hours per semester)

High School Students

If you’re interested in Air Force ROTC and you are in High School, you can start by visiting AFROTC to get a general overview of the program, its requirements, and the High School Scholarship Program (HSSP) application process.


Air Force ROTC offers High School, In-College, and Enlisted Scholarships. Please visit AFROTC Scholarships for more information about all scholarships.


  • Aerospace Studies: (Fall // Spring)
    • Foundations of the USAF: (MLA 100A // MLA 100B)
    • Airpower History: (MLA 200A // MLA 200B)
    • Leadership Studies: (MLA 300A // MLA 300B)
    • National Security Affairs: (MLA 400A // MLA 400B)
  • Leadership Laboratory (LLAB): You will be automatically enrolled in LLAB upon registration for your respective Aerospace Studies class.


There are a wide variety of career opportunities available to officers in the Air Force. Whether you wanted to be a pilot, space officer, missileer, maintainer, doctor or lawyer, the Air Force can be right for you! Visit Air Force Careers to learn more about what career might be right for you!

Pay and Benefits

As an Air Force Officer, you will earn pay very comparable to the civilian sector, as well as several other benefits such as educational opportunities, healthcare, housing, travel and use of military facilities just to name a few. Visit Air Force Benefits for more information.