hey! I am also in ROTC as well and let me tell you is to SO worth it. You have to decide what you want to do in your future. Please do yourself a favr and stay in ROTC. Direct comissoning now in the army for nurses are getting limited by space availability (they require you have a MSN now from what I'm hearing. Either apply for another nursing program that has an ROTC there. You can always branch HR, Armor, Military intelligence and etc and then request to switch branches. It's not that hard I heard other officers who were engineers first, then switched to become nurse corp officers so it is possible. I am the in the ECP ROTC (Early Commissioning Program) so we basically are doing the upper ROTC classes but while getting only our associates degree, upon completion and commissioning, we have 3 years max to finish and get our bachelors (in my case I have to start looking for nursing bsn programs). really hope this helps! Keep in contact with your army rotc recruiter and keep studying hard. Taking summer classes also help to boost your GPA, since you can focus on only one class at a time.