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Aerospace Studies (ROTC)


Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is conducted at approximately 600 colleges and universities throughout the United States in order to select and train men and women to become commissioned officers in the U.S. Air Force. Most graduates who enter the Air Force through ROTC are assigned positions consistent with their academic major. Others, who wish to do so, may qualify to become pilots and navigators. Men and women who complete graduation requirements and the Professional Officer Course (POC) receive commissions and enter active duty as second lieutenants. Officers who qualify may take graduate training prior to beginning their military duties. Scholarships are available to qualified students. For more information about scholarships, please see the Financial Assistance section of this catalog or call (718) 862-7201. Air Force ROTC is taught at Manhattan College, in Riverdale, and at Dowling College, Oakdale Long Island, but is available to any student attending college in the Greater New York area.

Contact Information:
AFROTC Flying
Det 560
Manhattan College
3825 Corlear Avenue
Leo Engineering Bldg,Rm 246
Riverdale, NY 10463-2348

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