I have read online that it is possible to transfer into ROTC from community college. I would like a little advice on doing this. I am going to be honest about a few concerns I have. I am currently just under 70% done with my AS in Business Administration. One thing that does worry me though is my GPA. My Cumulative GPA is 3.405 and my Program GPA is 3.5. I have plenty of classes to go and can get this higher but would having a 3.7 GPA or a 3.8 GPA still look good from a community college transfer? I see a ton of post of people having 4.0 GPAs. I struggled in my math classes which hurt my GPA got a C in one and a B in the other. Is that going to look bad on my record? Also I am a little bit older, I just turned 24. I was a terrible high school student and I did attend community college for one semester when I was 19. I was lazy and didn't take it seriously. I got the one above mention C in math, one C in music and one B in speech. Since I've gone back to school in 2014 I have gotten nothing but A's and B's. Mostly A's. Would dropping out once look bad on my record? When it comes to extracurriculars what would they look for? I have been playing hockey for the last few years in, in house leagues and have started boxing training a few months ago. This summer I plan on joining the local NABA Baseball League. Would those look good for an ROTC transfer? The college I want to transfer to does have club hockey and club baseball which I plan on joining if accepted. I am mostly looking at AFROTC but am considering all branches. These are just a few questions and concerns I have. Thanks in advance to anyone who answers.