My Dd, who has always wanted to attend USNA, and had hoped to receive an appointment to NAPS if she didn't receive an appointment to USNA, has come to the conclusion that she is not going to get either of those things because of her low SAT scores. (550 Math, 570 CR) She very much liked the information assurance program at Norwich University and has been accepted there. However, it is very expensive to attend, despite the $24,000 merit based scholarship they have awarded her. So, with financial concerns paramount in her mind, she accepted the EPC scholarship offered to her by the Army. Her plan now is to attend Marion Military Institute and then transfer to Norwich to complete her degree. I just filed the FAFSA a couple days ago, and now am wondering if she has made the right decision. She is excited about attending MMI, and it does look like a good program. She is also fairly confident that if she works hard, does well, and then is able to obtain the information assurance degree from Norwich, that she will be able to go active duty because of the priority the Army is putting on cyber security. But, with the FAFSA in mind, I wonder if perhaps Norwich will come through with more aid, making her first year there doable so that she can then apply for the AROTC scholarship for the other three years. Second guessing is so frustrating. And at this point, having accepted the ECP scholarship, can she even change her mind and attend Norwich if we could find a way to pay for it? For those of you with decent knowledge of MMI, Norwich, and/or ECP chime in with your thoughts?