Hello all, I have been perusing these forums for a long time and never thought I would need to ask a question myself, but alas that day has come. So I am a Sophomore/AS200 at Yale University and am (was?) a member of the AFROTC det here. One week before school started, I had some routine blood work done by my doctor to look for minor stuff, Vitamin deficiencies, any hint of pre-diabetes, any cholesterol problems, etc and etc. I am very healthy, and nothing serious was found. However, one problem that did come up was I had indicators (both in the blood and genetically) that I have Factor V Leiden, heterozygously from my father. This is a blood clotting disorder for those unaware. As I was supposed to, I forwarded the information to my detachment. I returned to school and prepared for class and ROTC, as I expected a All-clear or at the most extreme case Disqualification with a chance for waiver. Our commander called a few days before classes began and informed me of medical disqualification without the chance of a waiver. With school starting immediately, I went home (Mississippi) out of fear of being hit with a tremendous bill from my University due to a lack of aid. I returned to school after promises from the financial aid office of support, and have started school. No longer being on scholarship for AFROTC, I switched from Chemistry to History of science. Then, I started the medical rebuttal process, and submitted more information from my doctor regarding this relatively common disorder (my father was career Navy with the exact same issue) and I think there is at least a small chance of me becoming medically cleared. Now I am required to attend LLAB, but barred from PT. :/ ? Whew. So that's the backstory. My questions are: 1. If I am cleared, will I automatically be reinstated, or will I have to formally request to re-enroll? 2. If I return, since I have already switched majors, will I be non-scholarship for the remainder of my time here? 3. As a history major expecting a low GPA for competition for an EA (around a 3.25 or so), will I even make Field Training if I am allowed to return in the first place? Lots of information I know, but I would love some feedback, especially from PIMA, and I am definitely willing to provide any clarifications or more details if you need any. Thanks guys.