I have a series of questions in this thread: 1) My understanding of the NROTC application school-selection requirements is that an applicant must pick 5 schools, all from different NROTC units, and one of those must be a school for which the applicant qualifies for in-state tuition ...Correct? 2) In Massachusetts (MA), there is only one state school with an NROTC unit (Worcester State University), which is a cross-town affiliate in the College of the Holy Cross unit. If an applicant is a MA resident, then, the only choice for the in-state school is Worcester State ... Correct? 3) If 1 and 2 are correct, then does this mean that a MA-resident NROTC applicant cannot list Holy Cross among her 5 schools and apply there hoping for an NROTC scholarship? Thanks!