Hello, I am a current junior at a Big Ten school. I have had the Army ROTC Scholarship since out of high school, but am now planning on disenrolling from ROTC. I have been in the program for 3 years now, and there has not been a single point where I have enjoyed being a part of it. Each year I tell myself to just push through and that it will be better next year, but frankly it has not improved whatsoever. There are several reasons I believe it is time for me to disenroll, but the two I believe are the most important are: 1) I originally accepted the scholarship with the mentality that I would only accept it to go Active Duty. I have now accepted that I would not like to go down that route. I am an Aerospace Engineering major and absolutely love what I do. With the amount of effort I put into my major, it would absolutely kill me to just graduate and never touch anything in my field again for a minimum of 5 years. I also have zero desire to join the National Guard or Reserves. I feel that the Army would just become a nuisance to me at that point, and that I would just be counting down the days until I can get out. 2) I do not like other ROTC cadets. I cannot explain why, but I would absolutely dread working with a large majority of cadets I have met. I have met many from other schools, and even a lot from West Point (I had the opportunity to attend Cadet Field Training last summer.) I feel like it would be a terrible decision for me to join an organization where I dislike so many people. With all this being said, I was hoping I could receive some advice on the best way to go about disenrolling. I have not gone to Advanced Camp yet, and am not scheduled to go until the summer after my 4th year (I am a 5 year student.) Will there be an interest rate when I have to pay back the scholarship? Also do I just pay back the scholarship, or will I have to payback the textbook and monthly stipend as well? Finally, I know it is possible for me to be required to payback my scholarship through time on Active Duty, but I have never heard of this happening to anybody. Is it likely whatsoever that this would be required of me? Thank you in advance for any suggestions or advice any of you might have.