Is there any chance of me getting an NROTC scholarship if I haven't done anything athletic during high school outside of intramurals? I was more interested in academics but during the latter half of my junior year I began researching college and thought about Navy as an option. I was inspired to be a part of the millitary when I went to a NSBE conference and saw all of the men and women in uniform and wanted to be like them. I have above a 4.0 GPA My SAT score is a 2000 with a 650 in CR and a 660 in math. I have/am going to be taking a total of 20 honors and AP courses over my high school career with a strong focus on mathematics and the sciences. I participate in a variety of clubs and have leadership positions in them as well. I also participate in my church youth group and volunteer as a camp leader during the summer. I have two internships this summer, one as an editorial intern for an online college/high school help sight and another at a research lab. I work a part time job as the secretary of a small business as well. I also am in various honors societies. I participate in a leadership academy once a month and have also been to various LEAD programs which only 20-30 out of hundreds of applicants are accepted into. Since I found out I wanted to be in the navy I have been working out consistently and am preparing myself for serving the United States of America in the future. I plan on applying for the NROTC Scholarship at the following schools: Villanova University, Boston University, University of Pennsylvania, Penn State, Carnegie Mellon and the other option for minorities at Howard University. There was a video on youtube that presented a girl who said she never was athletic and got the scholarship from the navy (on the navy's channel). Does anybody have an idea of my chances?