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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 1 decade ago

Does anyone know what colleges around Augusta,GA have an Air Force ROTC program?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA - AIKEN has a crosstown agreement with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH. Typically, this means you'll be enrolled as a full time student at UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA - AIKEN and take your ROTC classes each week at UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

    Crosstown School: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

    Address: 471 University Parkway

    AIKEN, SC 29801

    Approved Technical Majors:

    Computer Science

    Chemistry

    Approved Non-Technical majors: Our Non-Technical (Tier 4) scholarship offers are good for any major at any Air Force ROTC school or cross-town school.Institution Code: 003449

    Annual In-state Tuition: $2,000

    Annual Out-of-state Tuition: $6,300

    *Note: Annual tuition cost. Costs are subject to change without notice. Contact the AFROTC unit at the school you are interested in for the latest tuition.

    Please contact the Host University for a list of approved majors for this school.

    Host Air Force Detachment (click below for more information): UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

    The UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA is home to Air Force ROTC Detachment 775. Got questions? Give the detachment a call or send them an email at the address below.

    Host school: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

    Air Force ROTC Detachment 775

    Detachment Address:

    USC COLISEUM, ROOM 1018

    BLDG 600, ASSEMBLY ST

    COLUMBIA, SC 29208-0062

    Phone: 803-777-4135

    Fax: 803-777-4851

    Email: Afrotc-775@sc.edu

    Website: http://www.cla.sc.edu/aero/

    Institution Code: 003448

    Annual In-state Tuition: $6,914

    Annual Out-of-state Tuition: $18,556

    *Note: Annual tuition cost. Costs are subject to change without notice. Contact the AFROTC unit at the school you are interested in for the latest tuition.

    Approved Technical Majors:

    Computer Science

    Operations Research

    Architecture

    Foreign Language, Chinese, Mandarin

    Foreign Language, Japanese

    Aeronautical Engineering

    Aerospace Engineering

    Chemical Engineering

    Environmental Engineer

    Electrical Engineering

    Industrial Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Nuclear Engineering

    Computer Engineering

    Mathematics

    Chemistry

    Physics

    Approved Non-Technical majors: Our Non-Technical (Tier 4) scholarship offers are good for any major at any Air Force ROTC school or cross-town school.

    Other Information: Air Force ROTC may award three merit-based scholarships of $500 each for academic year 2003-2004 to new freshmen. Any recipient must have an SAT of at least 1200 or an ACT composite score of 26. Some non-resident student recipients may be eligible for reduced tuition if they pass an eligibility assessment by the university. This benefit can result in savings of approximately $6000 for the academic year in addition to the $500 scholarship award.

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  • 4 years ago

    AFROTC is NOT a college major it is just an additional class you must take each semester MS l, MS ll, MS lll and MS lV

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  • 1 decade ago

    Contact the AF, they will have a complete list.

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