Interested in Joining Detachment 605?

Traditional freshman please follow the registration procedures below to register to become a cadet.

Students in sophomore academic standing may still register for courses but will need to take both AS100 and AS200 level courses during their first year. Please be sure to contact us prior to registering so we may verify your academic standing and projected graduation date.

All students must have a minimum of 3 full academic years remaining in order to complete our program.

Spring 2018 Registration Procedures and Required Items

NC A&T Students:

Register for the appropriate Aerospace Studies (AERO) level classes through the NC A&T Banner website.  Refer to class schedule for the semester course listing.

1) (New College Freshman) Register for one of the sections of Foundations of the USAF II course (AERO 122.001 or AERO 122.002) AND General Military course Leadership Laboratory II (AERO 132.001).

2) Students with three (3) years remaining until graduation (fall and spring semesters), will need to register for AERO 122, AERO 222 and AERO 232. Please be sure to contact us prior to registering so we may verify your academic standing and projected graduation date.

Consortium and Crosstown Students:

1)   Class & Lab Registration- Obtain a consortium or crosstown agreement form from your home school Registrar’s office. Complete the form using the Aerospace Studies class schedule and gather signatures from your Registrar's office. 

2)   Please bring your completed consortium form to Campbell Hall/Air Force ROTC office, during consortium registration, TBA.  Campbell Hall AFROTC is building #9 on our campus map.  You can reach the Air Force ROTC office at 336-334-7707. 

3)   AFTER validation of your classes at Campbell Hall, you will need to bring the original copy of your consortium form to NC A&T Registrar's Office, located in Dowdy Building #19 (on the campus map). A copy of your completed crosstown agreement, or the green copy of your completed consortium form, should be given to your Registrar’s office to receive credit for consortium classes.

4)   Parking Passes- Obtain a copy of your consortium agreement to present to your home school's Parking Services. They will then present you with a consortium parking pass. Please see the Air Force Administrative Assistant for parking pass information if you attend Salem College or WSSU

BOTH NC A&T and Crosstown Students: 

1)   This program is not designed for students who are academic Juniors or Seniors. However, an intensive two-year program is currently available for calendar year 2020. For more information about the two-year program, please contact us


3)   Your lab grade includes participation in morning Physical Training (PT) at 0545 - 0645 on Monday and Wednesday, and 1500 - 1600 on Friday of every week. 

4)   No commitments to the Air Force are required simply for taking AFROTC class and lab.

Required Items

Required items must be turned in by Saturday, August 26, 2017 during the in-processing - Cadet Wingman Day (located at Campbell Hall). Without these items, you will not be able to participate in the program: 

1)   Current Sports Physical (Also available in office or by emailing us at

2)   ORIGINAL Birth Certificate

3)   ORIGINAL Social Security Card

4)   SAT/ACT Score Printout

5)   College Transcripts (if applicable)

6)   JROTC/CAP certificate (if applicable)

7)   Private Pilot’s License (if applicable)

8)   Copy of Selective Service Number for males 18 and over

Original copies are returned to the cadet once a copy is made by our Cadre. Copies submitted by cadets will not be accepted.