Hello everyone, I was hoping I could get some solid advice on my predicament I am currently facing in regards to my AFROTC status. I joined my Detachment in the beginning of my sophomore year of college as an AS250 (dual enrolled in AS100 and AS200 coursework). I have really enjoyed the program through my two semesters and learning leadership skills. I did not receive an EA for field training this year. I really want to continue another year and try for an EA again next year as an AS500 cadet. I made an appointment to call our Det Commander. Our OFC Captain emailed me a couple hours before, telling me I should call him instead, since the commander had an emergency situation to deal with. I learned that I missed achieving a C grade in my AS102 class, so I would not be allowed to continue as a cadet at the Detachment, and thus, my commander is not able to submit a request for me to continue as an AS500 cadet up his chain of command. That was the only reason I have been disenrolled from the program. I had difficulty with receiving the assignments, because they were not emailed to me as they were for all the AS100 cadets. My dream is to become an Officer in the world's greatest Air Force - I can't stop chasing it, no matter what. The Captain mentioned that I could join the Army ROTC Battalion at my school, and request to transfer branches after a few years of service. My Commander also mentioned that enlisting first, then ROTC/OCS are an option. Even though these are all solid options, and I'm sure I'd enjoy any of them, staying at my Detachment, coming through to get that EA, and commissioning with my classmates would be my first choice. Now, my questions for the community: 1. Do you believe is it at all possible to stay at my Detachment? My case against my poor grade would be the nonexistent information provided to me about assignments that were upcoming. 2. If this is not an option, what is the alternative course that you would recommend to become an Air Force Officer? Finances are also a factor here. My school has a tuition waiver to cadets in good academic/ROTC standing at the Detachment and the Battalion. I live with my parents, so this has helped me reduce the costs of my education immensely. Thank you very much for your help in advance. I look forward to reading your responses.