I've been seriously considering waitlisting myself at some colleges until I finally receive admission decisions from them all before making a decision on if I want to or need to request a unit change in full. I just want to make sure I end up enrolling at a college that I can activate my NROTC scholarship at. My assigned school, Stanford, doesn't get released until April 1. We all know how selective that college is, so I have been trying to secure a nice plan B in case that falls through. I'm not doubting my capabilities at that college, it's just getting in is the issue I am also waiting for Univ or Southern California, which I feel I can get into quite smoothly. All the UC (University of California) schools are finally starting to roll out on decisions this month. I got into UC San Diego about a week ago, but I am still waiting for UC Davis, LA, and Berkeley. They don't come out until late March. I don't know how I feel about those colleges since the impacted majors and selectivity make it really hard to gauge who will get in and who won't. I've also got into San Diego State a few months ago. So I have two schools so far that I can potentially use my scholarship at and waiting on all my others which come out in a few weeks. My question is this: Would it be in my best interest to begin the waitlist form and send it in to Pensacola NOW? OR, should I just simply wait a few weeks until my admission decisions all come out and then make my final decision if I need to request a unit change? If I were to do a waitlist, I would waitlist at UCLA, USC, and UCSD. By the way, I qualify for instate tuition for all. Also, what is the address that I mail out my form to?