Hello, back in December I received notification from my NROTC coordinator about being selected for the ISR program. I finished my application, and went to interview with the CO of my recruiting district-- and it went excellently. I signed the ISR form and was very happy. He said the final thing is just admin review and I basically have the scholarship so long as I keep my grades up, stay out of trouble, etc. It's been almost a month now and I haven't received an email yet from anything related to NROTC like the coordinator said, and I'm wondering how long this usually takes. A few weeks ago my application was missing items that I sent in, and now it says it is at the final processing stage awaiting decision. I've sent an email or two to my coordinator over the past two months and haven't gotten a reply and am slightly concerned and wonder if I should try calling. Is the status of an ISR reflected by anything on NETFOCUS? Do I still go through the normal board selection process even with an ISR? I mean, I signed the paperwork so I'm not too concerned about losing the scholarship or anything, I'm just concerned about what this means for school selection. The way it was explained to me was that once I got the email I could choose my school and unit from there and be set. I guess a slightly related question is about how competitive NROTC placement at TAMU is. It's my first choice school and I absolutely love it-- and would hate to lose it to the vague process of the ISR.