Adjustment Disorder Waiver and Grad School AROTC

Lenten

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Hello all. I'm currently heading into my 4th year of undergrad and was unfortunately medically Dq'd from my Army ROTC program a few months ago. I was on a 3.5 yr scholarship and have been in the program since my freshman year. The Dq was due to a prescription for insomnia medication stemming from adjustment disorder. I was only on the medication for two months (until late December), and I'm now doing much better. Going onto the medication, I knew it would mean the end of my undergrad ROTC experience as it takes two years to reapply. But I plan on going to grad school and want to know if ROTC could still be an option for me. I looked at previous posts, and it seems that adjustment disorder is something that gets waived more frequently. I'm wondering if anyone has advice for my situation and how to increase my chances of getting my waiver passed when I reapply in 1.5 yrs.
Thank you!
 

Impulsive

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Ask Mr. Mullen....he IS the Man! Anyone else here would be pure conjecture. My 2 cents.......if you have used 3+ years of scholarship money, I would think grad school would be a no go, but that is just my 2 cents..:) Best to ask your unit and Mr. Mullen!
 

MullenLE

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Lenten - Send me an email to Lawrence.e.Mullen.civ@mail.mil; provide complete name and last 4; pate your posting to the email; I "suspect" you were already contracted? I will answer Thursday. :wiggle:
 

MullenLE

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I know. @ 12 minutes after midnight :wiggle:
 
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