Hello all, I have received a 4-year Army ROTC scholarship to Princeton, MIT, and Cornell. I have also received a NROTC ISR scholarship (to any NROTC school I think), and I'm waiting on my AFROTC HSSP scholarship decisions to come out on 12/23. I have to accept/decline my Army ROTC scholarship by 11/24, and I'm kind of confused about how the process works, so if anybody could answer my questions below, that would be awesome! Since I already signed the NROTC ISR contract when I interviewed with my CO, does that mean I have to go into NROTC? I'm probably going to go the Navy route, but should I accept the Army ROTC scholarship just in case? Is that binding too, or can I back out later and state that I have accepted an NROTC scholarship instead? If I am going to accept the Army ROTC scholarship, should I choose MIT or Princeton? I am going to study mechanical engineering, but ultimately I want to go to a school that can give me connections (I'm thinking of starting my own company or going into business later in my career). I have visited both and value Princeton's campus more, but MIT's quirkiness more (I also think MIT's dorms are definitely not as good as Princeton). MIT's engineering program is more hands-on, which is what I like, but again, I'd rather choose the school that will give me the most networking opportunities. Thank you!