Already accepted appointment to USMA, what happens to potential Senator nominations?

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  1. abeastlybeast

    abeastlybeast USMA Class of 2015

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    A few weeks ago I received a service-connected nomination, completing requirements for USMA admission. I had an LOA and received an offer of appointment within a few days. However, before my reception of the service-connected nomination, I applied to 2 Senators and a Congresswoman for a nomination. Since I'm already appointed a member of the Class of 2015, am I removed from the Senators' and Congresswoman's list of potential nominees? I'm just curious because I have a friend trying to attend West Point and wanted to know if his chances of being nominated by a MOC have improved, even if only slightly. :wink: Thanks
     
  2. AKH

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    You should call your Congressional offices and tell them you have received an appointment. They normally aren't notified I think because those representing my offices were surprised when I called and said I didn't need to be considered anymore - one woman didn't believe me and called me back twice to make sure I knew I didn't just have an LOA :rolleyes:
     
  3. SVG

    SVG USMA Cadet

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    I just didn't finish my applications for my other nominations once I got my first one.

    But as said, call them up and let them know.
     
  4. PotentialParent

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    They are all smart people that can figure this out all on their own. Enjoy the next few months, relax, and go to the beach!
     

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