I believe I'm in a unique situation right now, and my recruiters aren't helping me AT ALL. In March of 2012, I applied for the 2013 NROTC scholarship. I applied so early because they told me that after March it would be too late because my Spring semester college credits would count against me. Since I had 17 credits at the time, I was still eligible since I applied before I hit 30 credits. I now have 33 credits, and am in my 3rd semester of college. I take 17 credit hours per semester, so I'll be graduating with an AA degree with about 67 credits. To all the schools on my list that I will be applying to for this scholarship, I will be considered a transfer student. And will only have 2 years or so left to earn my engineering degree. Will these school NROTC units still take me? What I'd like to do is either dual major or get my Masters right after my BS to take advantage of the 4 year scholarship. But I don't even know if this is allowed! Like I said, my recruiters are no help. Which is sad because I applied so early so it's not like they were bogged down with applicants or interviews. I was like one of the first kids to have their interview in my entire city! Also, if I don't get the scholarship, what can I do to join ROTC at another school? Am I too "old" or will I have "too many credits" once I transfer? Will OCS be my last option? If someone out there can just please give me some insight I'd be so grateful! Thanks!