if you have at least your Associate's degree, then a PVT (airplane) license will add slightly to your application. if not, the best investment you can make is keep plugging away at your degree. Certainly do not waste money on a rotorcraft rating.
Prior aviation experience really doesn't add much to your application unless it's significant (1,000 hours+)
As was stated before, when I'm evaluating your application. I don't expect you to have any aeronautical experience, that's what you're applying for. We do however, place value on post secondary education, which is an unofficial requisite for advancing through the WO ranks. Of note, it'll probably become policy within the next couple of years.
How do you and the boards look at management in Lieu of a college degree? For example I have only one year of college under my belt but I used to be a transportation supervisor for Coca Cola and currently a manager for another fortune 100 company in charge of 50+ direct reports. Thank you for your thoughts and wisdom Sir.