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Nope! What we mainly look for is genuine interest in the team and what we do. We teach our new members everything they need to know.

Once again, nope! A related major is one way to show interest in what we do, but there are many ways to show interest, regardless of major.

No worries! In our application you can indicate both your first and second choice subteam, and your application will be reviewed by both subteams!

We start designing the rocket in early August so that we can machine the parts in time for our competition in June/July

Weekly. Our all-team meeting takes place on Sunday afternoons, and your sub-team meeting time depends on what works best for all members of your sub-team!

We are looking for new members that exhibit curiosity about our work and have the desire to learn new things! It shows us that you have a genuine interest in our team and are excited about being a part of the cool projects we work on.

We build the rocket from scratch every year, but we take the lessons learned from what worked and did not work in previous years to make each rocket better than the last.

Rocketry accepts non-freshmen as well through a separate application which can be found on our website.

We shoot for a 10,000 ft apogee.

We start designing the rocket in early August so that we can machine the parts in time for our competition in June/July.

Our members find plenty of ways to learn new things as a part of CRT. Building their own L1 rockets, taking on leadership roles, public speaking, engineering presentations, team collaboration, academic mentorship, and participating in industry-based design review cycles, are a few of the interpersonal and intrapersonal skill development opportunities CRT members have!

Dinners together, rocketry parties, intramural soccer, movie nights, and hanging out all the time!

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