Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and I was hoping to get some advice on my situation. I'm a 1st attending UCSD. I am majoring in Electrical Engineering, but will be switching to either Human Biology or Physiology & Neuroscience. I currently have a AFROTC scholarship(Type 7 to be specific). I've always wanted to become a doctor(such a cliche, but true), but because of my family's persuasion to do Engineering I pursued it. Now I regret it and I'm gonna go against my father's wishes and do Biology and pursue a medical career. Thing is, the AFROTC scholarship is such a pain. It's too time consuming. Unfortunately, my family has financial issues and there's the other siblings, so paying for college is tough. Question: 1. Is it worth it to quit ROTC and return the scholarship? I need a convincing reason to tell my dad why I don't want the scholarship anymore. I've already received a quarter's worth of money and I would just have to pay them back if i return it. If I quit, I don't know how we're going to pay for school. I don't mind getting loans if they're available. Please, for those of you who've been in a similar situation or has some knowledge in this, set me in the right direction. Sorry if what I wrote is sloppy, disorganized, or does not make sense. In a rush. Thanks for the time; I really appreciate it.