Air Force Officer Qualification Test (AFOQT) Preparation Support

The mentoring program offers Detachment 019 cadets an opportunity to receive financial sponsorship for tutoring services as they prepare to take the Air Force Officer Qualification Test (AFOQT). To comply with Air Force regulations, we only provide financial sponsorship for generic test prep services, such as the SAT, ACT, GRE, or MCAT.

Program Guidelines

Tutoring services are provided through the Sylvan Learning Center. The Alumni Association will sponsor 1-hour tutoring sessions, up to 2 days per week, for up to 4 weeks.

Cadets interested in applying for test preparation services must meet the criteria below to be eligible. When applying for this program, applicants must submit written documentation verifying they meet the criteria. Applicants may submit emails or signed memos from the Detachment Cadre and Cadet Wing leadership for verification of eligibility. The memo and email templates can be downloaded below.

Eligibility Criteria:

1) Currently enrolled in AFROTC at Detachment 019 and in good academic standing

2) Eligible to take the AFOQT

3) Have a current & passing score for the AFROTC fitness assessment

4) Within 5 months of taking the AFOQT

5) An active participant in AFROTC Detachment 019 cadet wing activities & verified by the Cadet Wing Commander or Vice Wing Commander.

Sylvan Learning Center requires clients to bring their own study books to tutoring sessions. The Alumni Association will provide participants funding to purchase a book. Participants are prohibited from using program funding to purchase AFOQT specific books or bringing AFOQT specific books to tutoring sessions that are funded through this program.

Cadets may reapply for tutoring support at any time after successfully completing the initial program. Funding will be withdrawn from program participants who have more than one (1) unexcused absence from an appointment with Sylvan Learning Center.

The Alumni Association seeks to uphold and comply with testing policies of Detachment 019, Headquarters AFROTC, and Air Education and Training Command. Therefore, any participant that violates program guidelines will be immediately disqualified from financial sponsorship through this program. Furthermore, the Alumni Association may inform the Detachment 019 cadre of egregious violations that compromise integrity or ethical standards.