ROTC, MCSP, Honors, greek life
Hello, I was accepted to the LS&A honors program and am considering applying for the MCSP learning community. I also plan on participating in marine option NROTC. It would also be nice to join a fraternity and I am a little confused on how the housing would work. I hope to major in politics, philosophy, and economics. After my time in the military I plan to attend business or law school.
1. How will the combination of these three activities limit my course options? I understand that they all require specific courses for completion, and I want to be able to handle my course load to maintain a respectable GPA. I will have passed (hopefully) 6 AP exams by the time I enroll.
2. In terms of leadership opportunities, how redundant are the options offered by the NROTC program and MCSP? How specific are the community service opportunities to MCSP? I will probably involve myself in community service regardless of my participating in the program.
3. How does the MCSP housing compare to the honors housing? I hope to join Greek life for fun/networking, so would this learning community interfere with rushing or living in a frat?
4. How would this combination of programs limit my free time? How much of an impact would MCSP have in graduate admissions?
Thank you to anyone who took the time to read/answer any of the questions on this thread