Admitted students experienced Birmingham-Southern at the Select 'Southern event held on March 1-2, 2015.
Samford University hosts the Birmingham area Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment. Students enrolled in AFROTC attend Birmingham Southern as a regular student. AFROTC activities include attending class and one leadership lab per week at Samford. Students commission as Officers in the United States Air Force when completed with the program. The AFROTC program is an excellent way to enjoy the college experience and prepare to serve your country at the same time.
If you are interested please call the Detachment at (205) 726-2859
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A variety of scholarships are available. For details see: http://www.afrotc.com
Army ROTC takes no more of your time than other college courses and counts as credit toward your college diploma. You can take entry level ROTC courses without making any commitment to the military. In Army ROTC, you'll do stuff that will challenge you both mentally and physically. As you find yourself rappelling from cliffs or leading your team through various obstacles, you'll develop skills you can use throughout your entire life and career. Skills like thinking on your feet, taking charge and making smart decisions.
Army ROTC awards two and three-year scholarships to hundreds of students each year, based solely on merit. Qualify, and you could receive a substantial scholarship for tuition and educational fees, plus money for books and a monthly allowance to help cover the day-to-day costs of college. All scholarship cadets and contracted non-scholarship cadets receive a monthly allowance, plus pay for summer training. Many students choose to serve as “officer trainees” in the Army Reserve or National Guard while enrolled in ROTC, earning them additional money and experience. Veterans and students serving in the Reserves or National Guard may qualify to enter directly into the advance course. Unlimited Nursing Scholarships if you qualify.
As a college and ROTC graduate, you will serve as an Army officer, either full time on active duty or part time while you begin your civilian career. After Army ROTC, problem solving, team building and decision making will be second nature. Plus, you'll have the self-assurance of knowing you can push yourself to the limit. With experience like this, there won't be anything in your career you can't handle.
Registering for an Army ROTC course is all it takes to get started. If interested sign up for the following class:
4125 MS 101-JQ Military Leadership 1 hour Thurs 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
4131 MS 201-VT Military Leadership 1 hour Thurs 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
6488 MS 102-JQ Military Leadership 1 hour Thurs 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
6490 MS 202-1 Military Leadership 1 hour Thurs 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
For additional details, contact the Army ROTC Department, LTC (R) Scott , (205) 934-7215 or email: email@example.com.
For additional information about the Army ROTC program, please visit the UAB Army ROTC Web site.