So, recently I've decided to drop out of the AFROTC program at my college. It's already been made official and the information has been sent up to HQ on the 9th of February. The thing is, ROTC makes me very anxious and uncomfortable and I'm nervous every time I even step out of my dorm room. I know I don't want to pursue it anymore and would rather go to graduate school for my major. I am currently an AS 250 and won a Type 2 scholarship, hence why it takes a long time. The cadre told me it would take from 6 weeks to 3-4 months for HQ to see my disenrollment and evaluate it. It is recommended that I continue taking the ROTC classes until HQ officially declares me disenrolled, but that's a really long time. I can make it out the rest of the quarter, which is only about three weeks, but I really don't want to take the classes next quarter. They add so much stress to my life and I really don't like them. Our det commander recommended that I stay in the classes because apparently HQ looks at those cases better. There's a chance I may have to pay back the scholarship money from fall quarter that the ROTC already paid, but HQ will decide that. I already had to pay back winter quarter and pay for spring quarter. My question is, is it really worth attending classes that cause me such anxiety when I'd only need to pay back about $2800? Is that all HQ decides? Or do they still have to decide if they will let me go at all? I'm prepared to pay back the money but if not attending the classes means they might punish me in some other way, I want to know.