The average week of an AFROTC cadet consists of academic classes, training sessions, and physical training workouts. Beyond these activities are a number of other functions that make AFROTC life so unique.
Most cadets take 15 hours per week in academic classes. They are required to take part in two to three hours of physical training a week and be enrolled in a Leadership Lab for two hours a week. Morale events, including: cookouts, bowling, and ping pong tournaments, are always being organized. After their first semester, cadets have a leadership or staff position within the Cadet Wing.
The life of an AFROTC cadet is not the typical life of a college student. Cadre emphasize a priority system which places family first, school second, and ROTC third.