My DD was awarded a 3 year Army ROTC Scholarship. Contemporaneous with the ROTC scholarship, she had applied for and been accepted to the University's 7 year health professions program, spending her fourth undergraduate year as a first year medical student at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). Those credits earned at PCOM will then transfer back to the undergraduate program and she will graduate with her class (2017) with a BS in Biology, and a full year of medical school under her belt. HOWEVER, she can't get a clear answer whether the army will allow this under the terms of the ROTC scholarship. Technically, she's be spending her MS4 year at PCOM in Philadelphia, where she can attach to an ROTC group at one of the nearby Philadelphia colleges and complete her ROTC requirements there. This will save her (the army?) a full year of tuition at an accredited medical school. She intends to apply for the Army's HSSP and would like some guidance as to whether all of these events and programs will work together. She was told by her Cadre staff that they have not faced this particular situation, so she's having a difficult time planning her educational path. If anyone can shed some light or direct DD to someone at Cadet Command who can guide her and give her the information she needs, all would be appreciated. On a side note, my DD received the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) award as an MS1. We are beaming with pride in this accomplishment. Proud dad!