I've been reading quite a few threads, and many give advice about not relying completely on the ROTC scholarship due to the kids that drop out after one year. However, I've only read general statements like "it wasn't for them", or "the program wasn't a fit". Is there any more specific reasons why they drop? Is it conflicting too much with school? Does it detract from the college experience? Is it the actual coursework itself? Is there no time for a "social life"? I'm still on the fence whether I'd like to take out loans or go ahead and accept the ROTC scholarship, and I'd like to know if its minor sacrifices or something as major as suffering grades (in which case I'd rather wait to try for HPSP and take out loans for college). Thanks in advance!