My daughter was boarded before the first round. Unfortunately, she injured her ankle and her PFA score weren't up to par. The cheer coach wrote a letter, stating that the injury had just happened and just singing her praises as an athlete, person and leader. She was injured when she stepped in to help the team after her sister was injured and couldn't compete. The interviewer loved her, wrote us an email stating how impressed she was and hoped that she would consider Mercer as her first choice. We passed emails and she told us not to expect an offer in the first round due to the injured ankle but that she has no doubt an offer would come in subsequent boards. We didn't hear anything on the first round so I was shocked today to receive an email that started with the following: Congratulations, You have been selected to receive an Ike Skelton Early Commissioning Program Scholarship Offer to participate in the Early Commissioning Program(ECP) and attend one of our five Military Junior Colleges(MJC) (school contact info in attachment on page 7). My questions are: 1. Does this mean that she won't be receiving an offer to any 4 year schools? She listed Baylor, Mercer, Samford and UGA as her schools. She has been accepted to Baylor (1st choice) and been offered a strong academic scholarship and we'll find out about athletic money after FAFSA results are in. 2. Not to sound rude, but she will have over 40 credit hours of dual enrollment when she graduates and has great grades (4.45 weighted, 3.98 unweighted) and can attend almost any school. She has been accepted to every school she has applied and several are really pursuing her. She isn't interested in a junior college and it feels like a bit of a slap in the face unless I'm missing something. If she's still in the running for a 4 year school ROTC scholarship, would declining this hurt her? Any insight and advice would be appreciated as we're confused since this seemed to come out of left field.