Hello, everyone! Long story short, I am currently a senior in college who has been very interested in ROTC and a career in the military since high school, but never really had the the motivation or (frankly) the courage to actually do it until this year. I've just been coasting through college on scholarship, with a "good" job waiting for me after I graduate, but...In this last year, I've grown a lot and realized that I will really regret it if I do not serve my country and better myself in the military like I have always wanted to, while I still have the chance. Anyway, I'm just not sure what I can do with this desire and motivation from here. I'm pretty set on AFROTC since getting into OTS seems to not be an option now or in the near future, especially since I am not in a technical major. I'm a Econ and Japanese double-major with a 3.9 GPA, so I might be able to transfer somewhere and get an Express scholarship (provided that Japanese stays on the list of qualifying majors). But to do that I would also need something like 3 more years of undergrad left, apparently...Though I am still only 21 (not close to being too old or anything), I am bloated with credits from the last 3 years + AP classes in HS, so I'm not sure if I can even do that. I've done a ton of research and contacted an admissions officer, but I'm still not sure about all my realistic options. Does anyone have any advice for someone in my position? Could I do AFROTC in grad school? Or would you still recommend trying for OTS? Any help is greatly, greatly appreciated. Thanks!!