How old will you be this Aug 15th?
The USAF commissioning (officers) programs do not help/expedite the US citizenship process.
However, please let us know what your timeline is regardless of it meeting the requirements of the above statement. If you have additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you do not know the answer to this question, please mark "No"
Active duty members are required to be separated prior to joining AFROTC.
Please indicate if 1) you have been a student at a different ROTC school, 2) applied but did not accept the enrollment, or 3) dropped the program.
3) Unit (Army, AF, Navy)
Note: If you do not know the answer to this question, please mark "No." This includes Air Force Academy, Navy, Army.
Note: If you do not know the answer to this question, please mark "No." This includes Air Force, Navy, Army.
Note: If you do not know the answer to this question, please mark "No."
Month and year should be accurate. The day does not.
If you graduated more than 4 years ago, please state "not applicable" and then add the year you graduated from High School ex: "Not Applicable - 2008"
Only include Math and Verbal - do not include writing section
This does not include dual-enrolled High School/Junior College classes. However, this does include students who have started taking college classes but took a break from college.
State the cumulative GPA on your college transcript, not your semester GPA.
This can be your best guess. "Undecided" is also acceptable
What is your expected graduation date? You do not need to have the exact date. However, Month and Year is required.
Use the above date to figure out how many years you have to graduate, as of this August.
Students each week play team sports e.g. dodgeball, basketball, soccor, etc.
For students not local to Berkeley: PT is done in your local area based on where you live. Our goal is for you to not have to commute longer than 20 min and that it is completed prior to 8 am.
This is a required field based on your answer "Other" on the previous question.