Hey there guys and girls, I just have a few newbie questions regarding if I even have a chance at joining ROTC. I'm currently a freshman in college at a small-ish town. I have recently become interested in joining ROTC my junior year by completing LTC over the previous summer. After doing a lot of research I have started to question if I would even be allowed to join. 1) As a young kid I remember my dad took me to the doctor saying I had "seasonal asthma" and received an inhaler for it. I only remember using the inhaler like 3 times my entire life. Fast forward to middle school I no longer had any signs of asthma and no longer used an inhaler. Now I can't remember exactly, but I'm pretty positive that I was younger than 13 the last time I went to the doctor for seasonal asthma. Am I already disqualified? Has anyone successfully been waivered from this same situation? 2) This year I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and have since been taking medication (armor) once every morning. Mind you, I feel no difference since I've been taking this medication and my doctor says I can go for long periods of time without taking the medicine and still be okay. Therefore it's not life threatening. But again, is this waiverable, or am I SOL? Assuming of course I am completely fit and in great shape. 3) Okay... This last one is a bit of a doosie. I've read plenty of threads on this question and I'm still unsure of the answer. So back in high school (sophomore year) I made the stupid mistake of smoking pot a few times. Hated it. Stopped doing it. And never looked back. Now I've read that if I admit to trying marijuana on the forms then they will deny me acceptance. But others have said it can be waivered. What is the realism of this situation? Other than these three things I think I would make a great officer in the Army. I appreciate any feedback from you guys. Thanks.