Background: I go to a private military college and recently was offered two scholarship options (both would cover the next three years of undergrad study if I accept). The first option is a STEM rotc scholarship where I would commission active duty right after I graduate. The second is called a "minuteman GRFD" scholarship with the army nat'l guard. If i accepted the second, I would drill once a month while at school and then for the next 8 years after unless I decided to switch over to active duty once i graduate, leaving me with a 4 year obligation instead of 8. End goal: become an doctor in the military. My question is, if I took the stem scholarship would I be able to go to med school after I graduate? Or would I be able to apply for the HPSP and get an education delay? I know I can definitely go to grad school with the guard scholarship, but I would have to pay for it myself. Would I be able to apply for the HPSP with the nat'l guard scholarship? My grades are pretty good (3.6), I'm a three season varsity athlete, very involved on campus, I'm a double major in Biology and Neuroscience (I have some transfer credits, so yes, I'd be able to graduate on time) so I'm pretty sure I'd be a strong candidate for the HPSP/med school if that helps anything?? Anyways, I'm just looking for advice. From my understanding the stem scholarships were added pretty recently to the army so I couldn't find a definitive answer online about the whole med school thing.