Alright here is my situation. I am a MSIII and a nursing student at a satellite school (however I don't have a nursing scholarship) I have a GRFD SMP scholarship. I go to a small private school where classes may only be offered at one time during the week which is happening especially this semester with my nursing classes. The day they want to have MS class I have clinicals. As well as I have mandatory weekend clinicals 3 hours away at a childrens hospital that will conflict with 3 different mandatory ROTC training events. I have sat down with my cadre as well as the PMS and explained to them what is going on as well as provided them with a letter from the nursing department explaining how I cannot change any of my classes because that is the only time they are offered. My PMS keeps going back and forth saying they can work around it but then the next day he says that my only option is to walk away from the program and just not show up to class next semester. At this point I think OCS is a better route for me only if I can get disenrolled from ROTC because of my circumstances. My PMS again is telling me the only way I can disenroll is to not show up period and it shows that I walked away from the program and then I have to pay everything back. Has anyone dealt with this before? Is this the ONLY way to disenroll or is there some way someone can look at my case and make an exception? I know I signed a contract and I still want to want to be an officer very badly but if I can't go to my clinicals I don't pass school which means I don't pass ROTC... I am at a total loss can anyone help?