Recently was admitted into UC San Diego and I am seriously considering going there. My NROTC scholarship is a Tier 1 Major, which is all engineering of course. When I applied to my UC colleges, I didn't even start my NROTC application yet, so I was ignorant to the whole Tier system. There was no way I could change my declared major on my college applications after submitting them. My first major to UCSD was Mechanical Engineering, which is Tir 1, and my backup was Neuroscience, which isn't. They couldn't admit me into Mechanical because it was so impacted, but I got in for Neuroscience. In my scholarship assignment, I am mandated to study a Tier 1 major. While I would love to study Neuroscience, it is not a Tier 1 Engineering major, and would probably be considered Tier 2. My question is, is it still possible to activate my scholarship at UCSD despite my major not being a Tier 1? I doubt the Navy would let me drop from a Tier 1 to 2 major because they probably selected me based on that major. So should I try contacting UCSD to see if they can change my major to something that is Tier 1? To be honest, I don't really care which type of engineering I do because they all intrigue me.