Future Cadets

Welcome Future Cadets to Air Force ROTC Detachment 207!

Additional Resources

Listed below are resources to help you learn more about Detachment 207! If you have specific questions, please let us know at afrotc@slu.edu.



Program Overview

In addition to your normal college coursework, Air Force ROTC courses and hands-on leadership opportunities will complement your major and push you to make the most of your college life and your career. Taught by a world-class military faculty and supplemented by distinguished speakers, Air Force ROTC classes bring policy and history to life.


Air Force ROTC Scholarships

Air Force ROTC can help you with the rising costs of college education with an array of full or partial scholarships that cover tuition and fees. Recipients also receive $600 a year for books and extra spending money so you can concentrate on your studies instead of how to pay for them. 


Cadet Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find answers to questions most commonly asked by prospective cadets. While these are targeted at future cadets, these questions can also be informative for parents as well.


Medical Program for Air Force ROTC Cadets

Learn more about the Medical Program for Air Force ROTC Cadets.


Law Education Program for Air Force ROTC Cadets

The Graduate Law Program (GLP) is a two-year Air Force ROTC program for law students. Once selected for the GLP, students are guaranteed a position as an Air Force judge advocate upon successful completion of the Air Force ROTC program, graduation from an ABA-approved law school and completion of legal licensing requirements including admission to practice before any state’s highest court.


Illinois State Tuition Waiver (ISTW)

ISTW is an Illinois state-funded tuition waiver for ROTC programs at state schools in Illinois. The ISTW is not a federal Air Force ROTC scholarship. At Air Force ROTC Detachment 207, the ISTW is only available to students attending SIUE.


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