College of Sciences and Arts

AFROTC Giving

Invest in the lives of cadets by sponsoring one of our funds. Whether big or small, we thank you for your support. Your gift helps our cadets reach their full potential by creating an exceptional experience that puts them on a path to create the future.

Giving Needs

Cadet salutes the Flag of the United States.

General Fund

Gifts made to the AFROTC General Fund benefit the growth and improvement of the entire AFROTC program for all cadets. Past and future donations have and will go toward such things as updating tactical gear for Professional Military Training exercises, travel for events such as Incentive Flights and Field Leadership Exercises, and Fall Dining Out and Spring Military Ball, in which cadets and their guests experience a military ceremonial dinner.

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Cadet outside of the ROTC Building.

Scholarship Fund

Your gifts impact cadets in financial need and do not receive a scholarship from the Air Force. An eligible cadet must be an undergraduate and maintain a 2.50 gpa and can be renewable up to four semesters.

Since 2008, nine students have been awarded a total of $10,000. Thank you for your generosity. It paves the way for our cadets to gain the leadership skills and confidence it takes to be an officer in the US Air Force.

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Questions About Your Gift?

Lieutenant Colonel John O'Kane

  • Commander
  • Professor, Aerospace Studies
906-487-2652
rotcinfo@mtu.edu
AFROTC/DET 400, ROTC Building 103
Ben Larson

Ben Larson

  • Director of Advancement, College of Sciences and Arts
906-487-2464
balarson@mtu.edu
WAHC 201E

What a Gift Could Accomplish

"The scholarship that was graciously gifted to me during my time as a cadet and student here within the Air Force ROTC program allowed me to focus more on my academics and less on stressing to find work to pay for school. Working multiple jobs in college to fund my degree while participating in AFROTC and other organizations was very demanding. The scholarship I was awarded relieved my academic bills and allowed me to use the money I earned toward lifelong savings as well!"Captain Janna (Clement) Monge,
BS Exercise Science '14