Hi y’all, I’m a senior that’s applying to Virginia Tech, and I’m pretty sure I’ll get in, so as I was speaking to my counselor the other day, it was brought to my attention that my recent inhaler I got last year for “precautionary purposes” when I ran cross country could greatly decrease my chances of becoming an officer when it’s time to request a waiver since I will be disqualified. She suggested enlisting in the Army Reserves to not only lighten the cost of tuition to in-state tuition (as I’m from Texas) and to have an easier time commissioning. She said they’re a bit more relaxed with inhalers given at such an “old” age when people enlist and I wouldn’t have to apply for a waiver through DoDMERB, as I would already be in the service. Is this true? Does anyone have any thoughts on this?