AFROTC Disenrollment

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  1. Bloodtear27

    Bloodtear27 Member

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    How long does an investigation for disenrollment takes? After submitting all the paper work.
     
  2. daney

    daney New Member

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    I have that exact question? Can someone here give at least an estimate of how long this process takes? The winter break started today, Spring semester starts Jan 9... will the investigation and the results, happen in time to start spring semester? Thanks.
     
  3. Vretro

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    Different topic, skip The PFA jazz but read below.

     
  4. Non Ducor Duco

    Non Ducor Duco I am not led, I lead

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    From the cases I've seen, it takes a while. If it's not medical or something else that's pretty cut and dry, and if you are contracted you can be required to still meet ROTC attendance requirements for another full semester. The guy I met going through a sticky disenrollment process at the academy was on the clock for the rest of spring through to the last few weeks of summer (was required to still attend and run summer training) until he received the official dismissal from HQ with a few weeks left until the fall. Rising senior, got hit with a huge bill and not enough time left until graduation to start over with ROTC.

    Another ROTC cadet I knew decided he didn't want to be in the AF anymore but was on scholarship as a GMC, kid was miserable for the full school year because made that decision AFTER he had stepped foot in the Detachment at the beginning of his 2nd year which meant that he now owed the AF. HQ spent the year deciding if he would be required to pay them back via service, with money, or if they'd let him go without penalty. Had to fully participate and meet minimum requirements or risk HQ passing down a more unfavorable sentence.
     
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