My DD has an NROTC scholarship and will be attending Tufts this fall. We just got her Consortium Handbook via email yesterday and it contains some information we are having trouble clarifying: We initially understood that the PFT she had to take when she arrived to activate the scholarship when she arrived was Curl ups, Push ups, and a 1.5 mile run. The handbook mentions this but then also talks about a swim test, which includes not just all 4 strokes (which I think she can do) but also abandon ship and drown drills etc. Is that part of the initial required PFT or something they will have to do after they have some training at orientation? There is also some information in the Naval science course schedule that seems to conflict with what she was told initially. She needs to clarify this so she can let her rowing coach know (she was recruited knowing that she would be in NROTC, and there have been and are other rowers in both NROTC and other ROTC programs at Tufts)--will she look less than committed if she asks this question of the Freshman advisor? We are new to this and totally understand the commitment and priorities and just want to be sure we have the best info at this point. Sorry to post this if it has already been addressed elsewhere, but couldn't find specifics when I searched. Thank you!