When universities object to ROTC because of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, isn't that a little disingenuous? After all, the military didn't create that rule, the Congress did--and it was signed by President Clinton. Shouldn't the righteous indignation of the schools be directed at the Congress and not at a program that serves both students and the country well?
Personally, I think people hide behind the "don't ask, don't tell" policy as a way to hide their dislike for the military in general.
Erin O'Connor has a great post on the topic.