Hi everybody! I've been a long time reader, but haven't posted that much. Im in an interesting situation, and thought maybe I could bounce around some ideas with you guys so that I could have a bit more info before speaking with detachments and/or recruiters. First off, this past year I attended a school without any technical degrees, ROTC, etc. Essentially, nothing to offer in the category of professional development. I am transferring this year to a state school that has a small AROTC detachment, and my preferred degree - Construction Management. I busted my *** this past summer and the summer before, and if I complete an internship next summer, I will graduate a year early. Working and going to school full time, I have maintained a 3.87+ GPA (not trying to sound like an ***, but I just want to see if this opens up any additional options). Now, here is my situation. I know that AROTC is possible in two years, however - I am carrying 18 credit hours this coming semester, and MS II Courses will fit my schedule. Additionally, I am not tied down to the Army for options, I am open to the Air Force and Navy as well. Unlike many others, I am also equally open to the idea of the NG/Reserves too. Looking at my options, I know they are limited. Considering I am starting what is essentially my Junior year, would it be appropriate for me to contact Officer Recruiters (not ROTC)? Is there any way I can make ROTC work? Any suggestions would be great, and I appreciate your help in advance!