My son is a sophomore on a 4-year ROTC scholarship--contracted since beginning of his freshman year. He is now in his fourth semester of a strategic language (Korean), and also spent 7 weeks of last summer in Korea with Project Go. In all of his language courses to date, he has earned a B or better. Here's the question: As I understand it, each of the regular semester language programs (though NOT the Project Go sequence) should qualify for a CLIP-B payment of $1500. However, he just cannot seem to get the CLIP-B payment processed. So far, not a penny has moved. He initially worked with someone in the cadre in Spring 2012 and provided the evidence of qualifying grade, etc. Did the same again this past Fall; did the same again this Spring. Still nothing. Any thoughts on what he needs to do to shake this loose? He has a CULP spot for this coming summer, but with CULP facing the axe (they're told) under the sequester, he would really like to have access to the $4500 he's already earned (he believes)--$6000 if the Spring 2013 semester is included--to pay his own way to additional study abroad in Korea, China, or Japan over the summer. Thanks in advance.