My son is a senior in high school and has applied for a 4 year NROTC scholarship for the 2013/2014 school year. As of yet he has not heard anything and the website states "a decision has not been made on your application". Begining to get concerned. His application was submitted at the end of September. His stats are: 720 Math / ACT 32 780 English / ACT 34 GPA 4.0 unweighted / 4.43 weighted 3 AP classes through Junior Year. Enrolled in 3 AP classes Senior Year. The majority of his other classes were Honors level courses. Freshmen Football, JV Football (Sophmore year), Varsity Football (Junior and Senior years) Track (Freshmen Year) BSA - Eagle Scout, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, Historian, Merit Badge Insturcter, NYLT Trained and inducted into the Order of the Arrow. NHS, Mu Alpha Theta and Spanish Honor Society. Earned the designation of an "AP Scholar" for his AP acheivements. Member of The Knoxville Teen Board (Community Service Organization). Received the Outstanding Man of the Year Award during Senior year. Service Hours - 176 to community. An alter server for his parish church. Member of the Spanish Club and was elected the Historian during his Senior Year. He is also a member of the Irish Fighting for Life Club. Declared Major - Nuclear Engineering Schools of Choice: (Indicated a strong desire to attend 1st choice on application. Did not include a instate school due to the fact that the schools in our state with NROTC do not offer a Nuclear Engineering degree. This fact was notated on the application.) 1) North Carolina State University 2) Georgia Tech 3) University of Florida 4) Texas A&M 5) University of Michigan Interview seemed to have gone well. He was given the impression that he was a strong contender. Any thoughts on his chances of gaining a scholarship for 2013/21014?