I didn't want to hijack to AF ROTC thread - so a little about the AROTC process. Army ROTC must have the largest budget by far of the three. With the Army expanding it is not surprising. Scholarships appear to be plentiful, and many programs are eager to give them away. For Army you can major in anything you want. (Maybe Art would be frowned upon). You fill in the application online and mail in your transcripts. The application calls for 8 schools you are interested in, then go for an "official" interview at one school (closest usually). The scholarship are offered by the Professor of Military Science at each school after you are qualified through Cadet Command HQ. When my daughter went to her interview the Col. asked her what her major would be. She answered engineering or architecture, leaning toward engineering. He told her that her scholarship was not dependent on her major and she could major in architecture if she wanted. She signed her letter in intent in November and is still receiving offers. She recently got a letter from Marion Military Instutute telling her they still have 60 Army ROTC scholarships available for next year. She has gotten unsolicited phone calls, letters and emails from several programs in the past 2-3 months.