Hey everyone, I've been reading a lot about the ROTC here on the forums. It's about time I post something : ) So I'm a transferring student from my community college. I have a 3.0 GPA and I'm a PSYCH major. Obviously a non-tech major. I'm transferring to FSU for the Spring of 2012 semester. I've always had the Air Force on my mind, I wanted to join since graduating high school, but never got around to it. Obviously years have gone by, I'm now 22 years old, and I really need to do something with my life. I want to join the AFROTC program next year at FSU. My concern though is that as a non-tech major, I will not be selected for FT during my years in the program. I understand about the PFA AFOQT Medical Physical Height/Weight check GPA according to the recruiter I'm talking to right now. Although he didn't mention anything else, regarding the difficulty of being accepted and not. He did mention that I have a 50/50 chance of being selected for FT. However; what can I do as a non-tech major to up my chances of being selected? I've yet to choose a minor, but I'd like do something along the lines of International Affairs. I know I can work on my GPA to be higher, that's a must of course. Also, according to my recruiter I need to stay an extra year in my BA program. I need at least 3 years of academics in the AFROTC, my biggest concern and fear as you can see is spending all of this time, and still failing. So I'm looking at 2015 graduating instead of ending of 2013. I guess what I'm asking is for some advice, suggestions, on how I should go about this. I'm really extremely interested in working for the Air Force. I've always fantasize about it, but I want to bring it to reality.