Hello everyone, this is my first time posting and I am looking for some advice. My DS was selected for a four year NROTC scholarship and placed at his first choice school. He had applied as a tier one major (chemical engineering). He was accepted to all five schools but his first choice school where he was placed did not accept him to the chemical engineering program ( instead placing him in a chemistry major which is tier two). DS was told by the NROTC advisor at the college that this "was ok and to just enroll, you can matriculate into chemical engineering as long as your grades are acceptable". My question is this, has this ever happened to anyone else and can you share your experience? I am concerned because several of the other schools accepted him into the chemical engineering program along with scholarships from their schools. He did not request a transfer of his scholarship and has committed to the college where he was placed. He was told by the NROTC advisor that his scholarship will go into affect for his freshman year even though he will not start out in a tier one major. I am hoping that this information is correct. Please share any advice in this matter.