I recently received my notice of a 4 year scholarship to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I've accepted this (though have been waiting several days for my status to change on my portal. Little frustrating haha) and will attend UNL next fall. However, I'm curious about a provision in my scholarship letter. It mentions if I enroll early in college I must be sure I have 4 years left in a baccalaureate program. I'm not going to enroll until the Fall, but I've accrued quite a few college credits, with potential for even more. I've dual enrolled in a few classes, taken an AP exam (and am considering more), taken a summer course through a local community college at a satellite campus in my town (this was designed for high schoolers) and am currently taking an online course through UNL's Advanced Scholars program. This is for high school students as well. I'm considering taking another summer course again. I'm not sure if all the credits and class time I'm racking up will become a problem. The Scholarship and Enrollment Officer basically said he wasn't sure, but I could just not take as many classes and take it easy in college. I'm not really interested in that, as I want to learn about a variety of things. I know my tuition will later be paid for in college, but if I can manage learning now and getting credit to save myself time for other classes later I want to take that chance. I've contacted Cadet Command and UNL trying to find an answer and have not figured it out yet. I was hoping someone here might be able to help. Thanks a lot!