So, you meet the eligibility requirements and are interested in joining AFROTC Detachment 105? Follow these simple steps:
Enroll as a full-time student at one of Detachment 105's cross-town schools. Full-time student status is at least 12 credits per semester.
Register for the AFROTC AS100 (freshmen) class through your school's Registrar. Please view the Spring 2018 Registration document to determine the specific course numbers for your respective school. Ensure you are signed up for a section that includes Leadership Laboratory.
If you are joining during the fall semester and only have 3 years of college remaining, you must enroll in the AIRR 1010 (freshmen, fall) and AIRR 2010 (sophomore, fall) courses concurrently for the fall semester. Next spring you will take AIRR 1020 (freshmen, spring) and AIRR 2020 (sophomore, spring). If you are a University of Colorado student, please email Ms. Smith at email@example.com with your student ID, and the sections you want to enroll in. UCD and UCCS students MUST complete a Concurrent Registration Form (also available at your registrar’s office) with the AIRR courses you want, and have your Dean’s office sign off. You will then return the form to your registrar. For UCD students, please turn the form in to Ms. Liz Blaser. UCCS students should turn the form in to Ms. Joanne Mosier. Concurrent enrollment forms MUST be completed EVERY semester for UCD and UCCS. All other cross-town cadets will need to work with their respective registrar’s office to enroll in the freshman and sophomore classes. Any registration questions should be directed to Ms. Smith via email.
If you are joining during the spring semester, you must have at least 3.5 years before graduation. In this case you will only register for the AIRR 1020 (freshmen, spring) class. Next fall you will register for the AIRR 1010 (freshmen, fall) AND 2010 (sophomore, fall) courses to get you caught up.
Complete the Cadet Application Online no later than the week prior to the start of the semester. Upon submitting your application, you may not hear back from us immediately, as the volume of emails and phone calls may be high.
When you email your Cadet Application, request to schedule an initial interview with a Detachment 105 Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies (APAS), as well. This interview will take place no later than the end of the first week of class. Be sure to bring a hard copy of your completed Cadet Application documents to this appointment, including your Pre-Participatory Sports Physical. You must also bring in transcripts (unofficial are acceptable) of any previously completed college-level coursework. In addition to the initial interview, the following documents will be completed with the APAS at this appointment:
You will fully inprocess our detachment shortly after the start of the semester. Be sure to have access to the following documents at the beginning of the semester: