Ok...I know it is pretty hard and it depends on branch and major...or at least I think I do. So I got an NROTC brochure in the mail yesterday and their minimum requirements were quite low, something like a 530 Math SAT and a 520 CR, and they made it sound like practically everyone who applies gets "$180,000 dollars to the college of your choice". And the Navy rep that came to visit my school last fall made it sound like everyone could get the scholarship and we could major in whatever we wanted. In my head I thought this was technically true, but don't most of the quotas have to be filled with engineering/science majors? Right now I am leaning towards NROTC and AFROTC, I'm pretty sure I'm going to apply to both of those. Ideally I don't have to use ROTC and I can afford to go to a school I like. The reason I say this is because I'm still interested in the Coast Guard...and they don't have ROTC. But never the less, I think I would still enjoy the Navy very much and there is a good chance I would make a career out of it. I know that AFROTC scholarships are harder to come by, especially for someone like me who plans on majoring in Political Science and Economics. I might try to minor in math, but I don't think that counts, nor am I sure I want to do that. Here are my stats right now: GPA: 4.1-4.2 weighted. I think it would be like a 3.8ish UW SAT/ACT: I'm studying for both of the June tests, but right now I am sitting on a 29 ACT and 1320/1940 SAT. The 1940 is a superscore, 1320 is from a single sitting. Does ROTC supersocre? I am studying for at least a 30 or 1350, which I think I can pull off. Will have 5 AP classes by graduation. ECs: Pretty good. Eagle Scout, senior patrol leader for a year, work two jobs, write for school paper, mock trial, model UN, school ambassador, I volunteer a lot and I'm a EM for my school/church and nursing home. **Things that might hurt me. I don't really play sports, so I won't have a varsity letter, unless I go back to track (or I could try bowling lol). Another thing is, I'm kind of out of shape. Not completely that bad, but I kind of stopped working out after I stopped playing football frosh year. Over the summer I want to work on meeting the minimum standards for the Academies and ROTC...ROTC does have some sort of physical standards, right? I am currently a Junior, so I have a little bit of time. If you or your son or daughter got a ROTC scholarship, could you please post their stats? thanks, I know that this thread was all over the place.