application status site

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  1. austinl

    austinl Member

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    Is anyone else having trouble logging on to the Army ROTC application status page? I'm wondering if the site is down for repairs or if it's my computer having issues...
     
  2. kinnem

    kinnem Moderator

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    Last year I sometimes had problems accessing the site using IE. I don't recall the symptoms. You might want to try another browser like FireFox if you're using IE.
     
  3. storm88

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    Same thing here and tried Safari, Firefox and IE. Maybe updating?
     
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    Perhaps updating software or hardware or something along those lines. A long holiday weekend is an opportune time for that sort of thing. Or... the system ctrashed and there is no one there to address it. Try tomorrow or even Tuesday.
     
  5. Ohio2015Parent

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    Hey Guys,

    I know checking that status site is like an addiction, but do yourselves a favor and leave it until Tuesday or Wednesday. January thread from last year is littered with computer flickers and problems - DodMERB & CC. Find a couple of friends and go DO something - a movie, football, snowball fight - ANYTHING - that will keep you from thinking too much about status changes.
    If you are parents - grab your coat and get out of the house, take your applicant with you....and DO something. No one has ever missed their status update if its going to happen - watching it really won't change anything by your level of insanity. Been there, done that and we joked about making t-shirts....take care of each other - it shouldn't be too much longer:thumb:
     

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