Can you assign a dollar value to leadership? To confidence? How about a brilliant future and a guaranteed career? One thing you can put a value on is a college scholarship. Beyond that, the benefits of Air Force ROTC are priceless.

Here at the University of New Hampshire, you will find not only a skilled Cadre and extraordinary cadet wing, but also a family. With roughly 50 cadets, you will be able to make friendships that last a lifetime and receive extensive hands-on training.



As our spring semester wraps up, we're already looking forward to all the new faces we'll be welcoming to the Cadet Wing this fall! Over the coming weeks, we'll be sending out information on the New Student Orientation Program, which takes place from 21-24 Aug 2018. For more information, and to register for the email distro, please click here



  • UNH Cadets folding the American flag
    ROTC cadets are taught proper flag handling etiquette
  • Warrior Challenge Lab - Rucking through College Woods
    UNH Cadets complete a Warrior Challenge through College Woods
  • Cadets at Sig Sauer Academy for Weapons Orientation Lab
    Leadership Labs seek to expand the breadth of cadet training by utilizing local resources such as the Sig Sauer Academy
  • Cadet football game
    Cadets take a break from their training routine to play a friendly game of football

Frequently Asked Questions

If I Join Air Force ROTC, Does That Mean I Am Joining The Military?

No. If you got a four-year scholarship from high school, then the first year of college is paid for, and you can quit at the end of your freshman year with no obligation. If you got a three-year scholarship from high school or college then you are not committed to the Air Force until you accept your scholarship (usually in the fall of your sophomore year). If you did not get any scholarship, then you are not committed to joining the Air Force until you start your junior year of college.

Do I Have To Join Air Force ROTC As A Freshman?

No. Any undergraduate student with three or more years remaining should be eligible. So if you are a second-semester freshman, a sophomore or otherwise and have at least three years remaining in your undergraduate studies, you are likely able to join the ROTC program.




Call, email, or stop by to talk with one of our cadre about AFROTC

     Phone:  603-862-1480


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