DD trying for plan A

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  1. NavyJax

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    Hello, I have been reading these forums for the past year, as my daughter (class of 2017) has been preparing to submit her NROTC application. I am a retired Navy Chief, so I am happy my daughter has leaned more toward Navy than the other services. Although, we are aware it is a long shot for a NROTC Navy Nurse Option - scholarship, it is her Plan A toward commissioning. Luckily, there are different paths available to the commissioning, if Plan A is not successful. The information on these forums are great and very informative. A lot of different details that are good to know.
     
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    AROTC-dad Just a dad

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    Welcome Chief!

    You should also connect with @Dckc88 as a plan B. You may have seen her daughter's experiences in receiving an Army ROTC scholarship for nursing. She would be a great resource.

    Best of luck to your DD!
     
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    Thank you. Actually her Plan B, is in-state school (Florida pre-paid) with the Navy Nursing College program....so she will still be able to commission after her degree....Plan C, is same but direct commission after graduation. She is totally Navy.
     
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    I have a questions regarding the Florida Pre-Paid. My DS is applying to USNA as well as the ROTC- Marine Option Scholarship. Are you placing any florida schools as one of the choices for scholarship or not since you have FL Pre-Paid? My son is also 100% Navy/Marine and I am completely new to this process.
    He also has Fl Pre-Paid. I don't have it for my daughter so could transfer it to her if he was fortunate enough to get a scholarship. Any thoughts?
     

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