ROTC General Information

AEROSPACE - The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AROTC) program provides students in any academic discipline an opportunity to obtain a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force.  Any full-time student may enroll in AFROTC provided he or she is in good physical condition, of sound moral character and at least 17 years old.

AFROTC offers a variety of scholarships, voluntary paid summer leadership experiences and a tax free $300-$500 stipend to contracted studnets during hte academic school year.  Books and uniforms are furnished by the Air Force at no cost.

All AFROTC courses are conducted at the University of Louisville, Belkamp campus, in Dougherty Hall.  Contact the IUS Registrar for further guidance on signing up for this Metroversity program.  Interested students should also contact the AFROTC Unit Admissions Officer at the University of Louisville, 502-852-6576, for the latest program information or at http://louisville.edu/afrotc.

Lieutenant Colonel Keven Raybine, Department Chair, Aerospace Studies, 102 Dougherty Hall, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY   40592.  Phone:  502-852-6576.

MILITARY SCIENCE - Army ROTC courses are conducted on site at IUS and at the University of Louisville, Belkamp campus, in Dougherty Hall.  Contact the IUS Registrar for further guidance to sign up for this Metroversity program.  Interested students should also contact the Enrollment Officer at University of Louisville, 502-852-7902, for the latest program information.

Lieutenant Colonal Tarpon Wiseman, Professor of Military Science, Room 213, Dougherty Hall, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY   40292.

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