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Air Force ROTC

High School Scholarship Program

Air Force ROTC Scholarship are available for qualified candidates and there are two ways to receive a scholarship. The first is to apply for a scholarship out of high school. The deadline for the High School Scholarship Program is December 1 of the student’s senior year. For more information about the application requirements, visit the U.S. Air Force ROTC scholarship requirements page. 

In-College Scholarship Program

The second way to earn an Air Force ROTC scholarship is through our In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP), which aims to recruit and retain highly qualified college freshmen and sophomores. Air Force ROTC staff evaluate current cadets for the opportunity to participate in this highly competitive selection process. Individuals nominated for scholarship consideration will compete on a national board. If you are interested, please contact the recruiting flight commander to see if Air Force ROTC is right for you. The staff at Norwich University will nominate qualified candidates for the ICSP; there is no formal application. Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1 (802) 485-2460, or review the U.S. Air Force ROTC scholarship requirements to learn more.

For an informational overview regarding Air Force ROTC, visit www.afrotc.com to learn about program requirements, scholarships, and careers in the Air Force.

Detachment 867

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) at Norwich University is an educational program designed to provide cadets with the opportunity to become Air Force officers while completing their degrees. The Air Force ROTC program is designed to prepare cadets to assume positions of increasing responsibility and importance in the modern Air Force.

Detachment History

Detachment 867 began in 1971, joining the oldest ROTC program in the United States here at Norwich University, the birthplace of ROTC. Its first Detachment Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies was Lieutenant Colonel Erchinger, a pilot with 18 years of service in the Air Force. Ever since the first year of AFROTC at Norwich, where 211 Air Force cadets joined the program, the Detachment has continued to produce Air Force Officers non-stop for 47 years.

AFROTC Four-Year Program

The General Military Course is the first half of the four-year program, run by Air Force Aerospace Studies. This program, taken during freshman and sophomore years, allows you to try out Air Force ROTC for up to two years without incurring any obligation unless you are on an Air Force ROTC scholarship. As you attend class, you’ll learn more about the Air Force and the historical development of airpower.

The last two years are called the Professional Officer Course. These junior and senior level classes cover leadership skills and national defense policy.

Contact:

Air Force ROTC
Norwich University
158 Harmon Drive
Northfield VT 05663
1 (802) 485-2460
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Current as of 5 February 2018.

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