Air Force ROTC Learning Community

Cadets in the Air Force ROTC program find that the Air Force ROTC Learning Community is an ideal opportunity to make friends quickly and form strong bonds with other cadets while still being part of the diverse community. Community members have the option to live with other ROTC cadets in McDonald Hall, which allows members to share common experiences in and out of the classroom.

Air Force student using computer

What is Air Force ROTC? | An in-college program dedicated to training future Air Force officers. Upon graduation, cadets are commissioned as active duty 2nd Lieutenants in the United States Air Force. Learn more about ROTC

Important Information

Contact Us
Lt Col. Amy Grant
Learning Community Director

McDonald Hall

Residential Requirements

Fee $0 + Residential Fees
Must live in the community? No
Allows roommate pull-ins? No

About the Community

Air Force ROTC Learning Community students have the opportunity to live in a diverse population in McDonald Hall along with other highly ambitious and motivated students who are members of other Learning Communities. Students work, live and hangout together to ease the transition to college life, while supporting each other throughout the ROTC program.

Residential Requirements

Students who are members of the Air Force ROTC Learning Community are not required to live within the community but it is an added benefit to the program. If you choose to live in the community, you can choose to room with someone who is a member of the program -or- you can choose a roommate who is not a member.

McDonald Hall

Centrally located and steps away from the Bowen-Thompson Student Union and the Jerome Library, McDonald Hall is a traditional residence hall and houses classrooms and faculty/staff offices. Amenities include an art studio, music room, study area, computer lab, laundry on each floor and a full community kitchen. 

How to Apply

Each community has a set of residence hall rooms specifically designated for them. To sign up for one of these rooms, you must apply, and be accepted into the community, prior to April 25, 2018. To ensure your chance to live in the community, please complete the following steps:

  1. Complete your housing application
  2. Apply here and login with your BGSU username and password
  3. Click on Add a New Community Enrollment Request and choose your desired community and academic year/term

Please Note: Students can apply only for two communities on their own. If you want to apply to more than two communities, please contact the additional communities you are interested in so they can apply for you. If you have applied for two and change your mind, go into the system and withdraw yourself from the one(s) you are no longer interested in. This will open up a space for you again.

After you have submitted your request to join a community, you will receive an email from the community director approving your request. When it’s time for you to select your room in the next phase, you will be able to view and select rooms within the designated community space in the community’s residence hall. For example, if you choose to join the Chapman Learning Community, you will select a room in Kohl Hall.

Having Trouble Applying?

If you are experiencing any issues when you are trying to apply for this community or any others, please contact Lenee Hammersmith at 419-372-9979 in our Learning Community Office so she can assist you. We are here to help.

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Updated: 03/11/2024 11:54AM