i am starting grad school this august and i am considering going through the army rotc program because of their full tuition scholarship
(though i would rather join the af, but they don’t have a full scholarship option).
here are a couple of questions:
1. are there any current or previous nursing students in army rotc students out there that can tell me what it's like to be in rotc?
2. is it hard to get into rotc?
3. what does being an officer really entail?
4. what will be my duties as an officer?
5. what’s a typical day/week like?
6. most importantly:is most of the work paperwork or actual direct patient care as an officer
i’ve searched through the website and have requested some information, but they just seem to talk about the benefits (i.e. 30 days paid vacation, full tuition, etc). but i want to know what i will be doing/details, not just incentives.
really, any insider info would be helpful.