My daughter is a rising sophomore in college. While in high school I tried to encourage her to apply to the service academies or at least ROTC. At the time her vision of the military was scary to her, to say the least. Now, two years later, she wants to join ROTC. Since high school she has had friends and family enlist and they all love the service and she has met some female friends in ROTC who also love it. She has decided to pursue a two year scholarship with hopes of being sent to PA school after undergrad and then making a career of the army. I think she has very high credentials: high school GPA: 4.0 UW, 5.56 weighted; SAT: 1520/2320; 4 year varsity swimmer, a variety of other involvement activities, volunteering and self-employment (web design). She had a successful freshman year at college finishing with a 4.0 in biomedical sciences with honor's level classes, is an officer in her sorority, swam on an inter mural team, volunteered and is a member of three honor societies. If she voluntarily gets involved her sophomore year would she have good chances of getting the two-year scholarship. I guess I am curious to know if they give many of those scholarships out now-a-days.