AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (AFROTC) and DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) began at RIT in September 1985. Participation in ROTC allows college students a firsthand view of the Air Force while attending the college of their choice. Activities are extremely varied and enriching, encompassing classroom instruction, leadership experiences, visits to Air Force Bases, summer field training, physical fitness and practical application laboratories.
The department of aerospace studies at RIT has designed an approach to its curriculum totally compatible with the four-year curriculum at RIT and consortium colleges and with the five-year cooperative education program within the Institute. RIT and the Aerospace Studies Program will develop well-rounded individuals fully prepared to enter into their chosen career fields and become future leaders in our society. Successful completion of the AFROTC program leads to Commissioning into the United States Air Force as a Second Lieutenant. Numerous scholarship opportunities are available.
|Contact Person:||Lt Col Erik Lagerquist, Commander|
|Location:||Lewis P. Ross Hall, Room A250Campus Map|