I am trying to prepare my plans B, C, D if not accepted to WP this year. I have a couple of options that have been presented to me. I am trying to select the best option that gives me the best chance this year. I want to get some unbiased input and see what you guys/girls think of my options. Option #1 I have been accepted to a regional college. Here I would be able to continue my involvement with my high school and probably volunteer as a coach get an internship with my MOC, maitain my current job, and a few other benefits. I would be involved with the ROTC program; however, it is just a satellite program vs. a main program. I have also already taken a few college courses here and know how difficult the professors are and the college life in general. However, if not accepted to WP next year, I do not want to be stuck at this school for four years. Option #2 I have also been accepted to my state school, University of Kentucky. I would also be involved with the ROTC program there and have made some great connections with the staff. I've toured the campus and am fairly familiar with the setting, but no where near to the extent I know the regional college. I also would get an ROTC nom. This option would also provide a fallback if not granted admission to WP next year. Option #3 I have been accepted to the SAP program at MMI. This would probably offer the best preparation for the academy. It has cadet life, the specific pipeline to the academy, etc. However, if not granted admission to WP next year, it would kind of be an all for nothing deal. Any input on which would give me the best chance for success next year would be great. Thanks for your time.