Application Questions from College Student

Discussion in 'Coast Guard Academy - USCGA' started by USCGAmichiguy, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. USCGAmichiguy

    USCGAmichiguy Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I have some simple questions regarding the application as a college student. I have tried to contact my admissions officer, but he is very busy and I was hoping someone might know the answers to these questions.

    1. Will I need to resubmit my high school transcript and or ACT Scores to the Academy?

    2. Does anyone know the protocol of filling out the educational history section of the application if I was dual-enrolled at a community college my senior year of high school and now have finished a semester at a University?

    3. Is there a way I can get an interview besides meeting with my admissions officer? I had one last year... will that be reviewed in this years application?

    I greatly appreciate any information regarding these questions,
    USCGAmichiguy
     
  2. TrumpetTennis

    TrumpetTennis Member

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    Not sure about 1 or 2.

    But you can interview with your AAP or Academy Admissions Partner. It will probably be an officer (active or retired) or someone related in some way to academy admissions. Ask your admissions officer who your AAP is and they will put you in contact with someone in your area.
     
  3. trackandfield08

    trackandfield08 USCGA 2014

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    1. If you completed the application process this year, they should still have everything on file so you shouldn't have to resubmit your high school information. I don't believe that I did. Maybe Objee, the Admissions Rep on the forum, can clear that up.

    2. Not sure about that one but my advice would be to fill it out like you normally would. When you fill out the community college, just put dual-enrollment in parentheses. You most likely aren't the first applicant who had does it so Admissions should understand.

    3. Like TT said :smile:

    Good luck and if you have more questions, feel free to ask about anything. Like TT said, its a ghost town and I would love for the CGA forum to be more active like the others.
     

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