The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is an educational program designed to provide theoretical and applied leadership experience to become an Air Force Officer, while completing your bachelor's degree. Air Force ROTC is the largest and oldest source of commissioned officers for the Air Force. The organization's mission is to produce leaders for the Air Force. AFROTC is located on 144 college and university campuses, with over 1,274 additional schools participating in cross-town agreements that allow their students to attend AFROTC classes at an area host school. This program commissions approximately 2,000 second lieutenants each year.

The Air Force ROTC program is hosted by Detachment 605 located on North Carolina A&T State University campus.  Students interested in enrolling AFROTC must register for the required aerospace science courses through their registrar and the registrar at NCA&T.

Contact AFROTC

NC A&T State University

Campbell Hall
1601 East Market St.
Greensboro, NC 27411
Phone: (336)334-7707
Fax: (336)256-1288
Emailafrotc@ncat.edu
Or visit the NCA&T website

Lt Col Kenneth McDonald

Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies at Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC)
Phone: (336) 334-7707

Matthew J. DeYoung

Operations Flight Commander and Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
Phone: (336) 334-7707
Email: mjdeyoun@ncat.edu