I am prior service. Ended my term, decided to go to college, and pursue officership through AFROTC. During my second year leading up to field training everything was good to go; GPA, PFT, AFOQT, and Commander's ranking were all in check. Two weeks before the selection board I was dis-enrolled for a Integrity violation. The Integrity violation had nothing to do with drugs, violating the law etc. This was my first offense in AFROTC, and I believe being dis-enrolled for it was a bit harsh. What's done is done, and I am a strong believer in owning up to your mistakes (just as long as you learn from them). I did just that, owned up to my mistake, and pleaded my case in front of the commander explaining why I deserve to stay.I even took the time the night before to write a two page memo of everything I would like to say. One of my cadre also went to bat for me. In the end his mind was already made up, and he wasn't having it. I have seen several cadets get in far worse trouble, and been allowed to stay. I'm not sure if the guy had it out for me or what. I am normally a laid back person, and I'm not always gunning to be number one. I have helped many cadets throughout the detachment in regards to grades, pt, marching, etc. I was a mentor to quite a few, and several looked up to me. The main reason I decided to pursue officership was to challenge my career, and ultimately better myself not only as a leader, but a person as well. This is a dream of mine, and I would like nothing more then to fulfill it. Furthermore, on to my question. I was NOT a contracted cadet. My question is; if I was dis-enrolled as a non contract cadet, and transferred to a different university, would I be able to join their detachment? Any help or guidance in the correct direction is greatly appreciated.