I am currently a midshipmen at USNA, and I have come to conclude that my heart is no longer in the academy. I have always wanted to be an officer in the Navy and I would like to continue that dream in an NROTC unit at a civilian school. I don't really expect to get offered a scholarship, but I know you have to be offered advanced standing to get commissioned upon graduation. My question is: realistically how hard is it to get advanced standing at a large public state school? I already have 30 credit hours and a good GPA from the civilian school I attended before USNA. Thanks for the help.