How accurate is ROTC in matching scholarships to schools at which the candidate has a decent chance at being accepted ? DS son was awarded 4yr scholarships at 3 very competitive schools. He's been turned down at 1; waiting for April to hear from other 2. He also applied to less competitive schools. I'm curious as to why they wouldn't give one scholarship to a more likely school ? I understand they are not admissions officers and have no control, but how often does it happen that someone doesn't get into ANY of the schools where a scholarship has been awarded? I know you can petition to have scholarship transferred, but wouldn't it save a lot of headache for everyone if a likely school were included?