Hi, I'm a school counselor at an early college high school. Our kids graduate with a high school degree and an associate's degree at the same time, so about 60-64 college credits. In steering students in the right direction for ROTC scholarships, I have done lots of reading on the ROTC websites but am still a little confused as to what they would need to apply for. Am I correct in assuming they would not be eligible for 4 year scholarships?Because they are still considered Freshmen when they enter their 4 year college does that change the possibilities? Sometimes they need more than the traditional 2 years (60 credits) to complete a degree, especially things like Sciences and Engineering that require prerequisites that we might not have here before they get to their 4 year school. So I'm wondering if they can apply for a 3 year scholarship? Obviously, I will advise them to contact the person in charge of the unit at the school they are interested, but I was wondering if anyone here could give some insight. Especially insight when all branches might be different and some students are interested in the Air Force while others might want to apply for NROTC or AROTC. Thanks in advance!