So everyone is always asking how to get the scholarship, what grades you need, what GPA, what ECs...What if you don't go for a scholarship? Is anything different? If i want to do AFROTC and it is at the college I go to, can I do it? Furthermore, If i do AFROTC without the scholarship, can I major in a non-technical science? Will this whole process--NOT having a scholarship, DO having a non-technical major-- affect my number of career choices within the Air Force, Navy, or Army? Will It affect how I get to these possible careers? I'm just really curious because there is a life after military for some people, whether it be after the initial commitment, 10 years after, or even 20 years, and not everyone will want to be stuck in a career field involving chemical engineering just because they could get a scholarship out of it...that kind of defeats the purpose of the scholarship, going to school (becoming an officer of course), but not for what you are interested in? Not all of this pertains to me personally, although some of it does and it would be great to hear some ideas and/or facts.