Welcome to Air Force ROTC Detachment 410

We are glad to see that you are interested in Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at the University of St. Thomas (UST).  To help you through these pages, we designed them for the following users:

Potential Cadets

Your questions may be:  What is Air Force ROTC and why would I want to join the Air Force?  What will I do in Air Force ROTC, what opportunities are there for me, and what are the requirements to enter and stay active?  What are the physical fitness standards?  What scholarship opportunities exist for me and what is the St. Thomas subsidy?  What is Field Training and when will I be required to attend?  How do I get started? 

You can find many of your answers on this site but also be sure to check out Air Force Recruiting or the Holm Center websites.  Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook to see Cadet Wing updates throughout the academic year - search on Facebook for "Air Force ROTC Detachment 410".  Contact us at anytime to set-up a visit!


Your biggest interest is probably the scholarship and subsidy program.  You might have questions about what other colleges your child can attend and still participate in Air Force ROTC.  The University of St. Thomas has written agreements with 11 cross-town and 4 consortium schools in the local area.  You may be interested in salary, benefits, and the commitment after college. 

Most of your questions can be answered at this website but feel free to contact us at any time!  We highly recommend interested students and their families set up a visit with us to discuss program requirements, important timelines, and Air Force opportunities.


Your interests are probably in Air Force ROTC scholarship timelines, program admittance, and career opportunities.  The best place to find this information would be at the http://www.afrotc.com/ and the University of St. Thomas admissions website.

Current Cadets

Check Blackboard for the newest updates on Cadet Wing documents.

Veteran Students

Check the Veterans Resource Center for more information.

Last modified:  Wednesday 8 November 2017