Incoming Cadet Information - NCOP Fall 2017
Congratulations on your decision to join the AFROTC program at Detachment 630, located at Kent State University. We look forward to meeting you and working with you to achieve your goal of becoming a commissioned officer in the world's greatest Air Force!
AFROTC Living-Learning Community in Dunbar Hall
The Air Force ROTC Living-Learning Community is open to cadets who wish to live with and around other Air Force ROTC Cadets.

Benefits of living in the Air Force ROTC Living-Learning Community:
- Help new students acclimate to student life, as well as life as an officer candidate
- Live with other Cadets who understand the demands of being a Cadet
- Take courses together with other Air Force ROTC students
- Meet every morning for physical training with other Cadets living in Dunbar
- Free targeted programs and activities geared toward Air Force ROTC students; leadership and followership theory / discussion, academic success classes, time and financial management courses, and health and nutrition seminars
- Live in a supportive and motivational environment as you share the unique experience of being a part of the Air Force ROTC program

For more information:

The information below is critical to your enrollment in AFROTC and by filling this out you will be registering for New Cadet Orientation. This is not the place to register for the class. Please follow all directions as indicated and fill out the forms completely to ensure proper processing. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are properly registered prior to all applicable deadlines.

Personal Information
Last Name
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First Name
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Middle Name
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Will you be attending the New Cadet Orientation Program (NCOP) on Wednesday, August 23, at 2:00 p.m.? Family and friends are welcome to attend in order to learn about the program.
Including yourself, how many guests will be attending NCOP on Wednesday, August 23 at 2:00 p.m.?
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Incoming cadets, will you be attending the orientation session on Thursday, August 24, at 9:00 a.m.?
Cadets in the Air Force ROTC are permitted to move in early on Wednesday morning, August 23 for a one-time $35 fee to their Bursar account. This allows students to get settled in their dorms in the a.m. and families to meet the cadre in the afternoon. Do you plan on taking advantage of this opportunity afforded to Air Force ROTC students and move in early?
By checking this box yes, your name will be automatically forwarded to Residence Services for early move-in. Additional questions should be directed to Residence Services after August 1.
If you plan on moving in early, please provide your Banner ID number for processing:
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University email address
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Cell phone number
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University of attendance
If one or more of your guests are active duty military members (E-9 / 0-6 or above, or local, state, or federal government officials), please provide their official title (and/or rank) and full name below.
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