Yes you can get the scholarship (2,3 or 4 year) although it is becoming more and more competitive. If you have two years of college under your belt you would have to attend a month long course called LTC at Fort Knox to make up the lost two years of ROTC courses. Your third year you go to LDAC at Ft Lewis to get evaluated as an officer and compete/work with other cadets from around the nation. Remember, ROTC is based around commissioning officers for any army branch (i.e. infantry, armor ect.) so you will train and execute in ways that seem foreign or useless to a nurse. However, it must be learned and performed to graduate.
Excerpt from a previous post that I wrote about LDAC and ROTC...This is the gist
Basic shell of training revolves around a general type of infantry curriculum ( from range cards, to L shaped ambushes, to terrain and OAKOC acquisition)
"It includes land nav, CBRN, Situation training exercises, basic rifle marksmanship, patrolling, PT (Pt leading), water confidence, swim tests, foreign relations/cultural interactions, obstacle/confidence courses, hostile/pow searches, broad weapons training and a few other things.
Pretty much be familiar with the Army FM 7-8 as well as infantry tactics and procedures (9-line medivac, ACE reports, calling for fire, OPORDS and infantry assault techniques). You can be evaluated as a SL, PL, CO, XO or PSG depending on the environment."
Sorry for the acronyms...You will learn them all later. In general, its a beneficial program where you can a lot of cool people who will all pursue different career paths. Sometimes it clashes with college life because of wknd training and PT but all in all everything evens out.
Any specific questions I can answer. The general ones are just a little broad because I could ramble forever