The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 630 program is hosted at Kent State University and designed as an elective program for students interested in learning the disciplines stressed by the United States Air Force.
AFROTC prides itself on allowing students to try out the program their freshman and sophomore years without any obligation to join. Students that are up to the Air Force ROTC challenge will receive more specialized training while also finishing their degree.
Detachment 630 is not just one university, we are 10 schools all across Northeast Ohio. Based at Kent State University, where Leadership Lab and Aerospace Studies classes are held, we have cadets from the University of Akron, Baldwin Wallace University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, the University of Mount Union, Youngstown State University, Hiram College, Ursulin Collge, and Walsh University. These ten schools provide an enormous number of majors, options for student life, and the opportunity to work with other students from across Northeast Ohio.
Contact us today for more information about the Air Force ROTC program.