Hello All, I am a current sophomore economics major at a well-respected state university. My ultimate goal is to become a military officer. I applied twice to USNA, primarily because it is close to home and I am very familiar with it. After conducting a few informational interviews and doing some independent research, the Army seems to be a very desirable career path. I am aware of ROTC and OCS programs, but I believe a service academy would best develop my leadership skills and give the tools essential to success as an officer in the Army. I am well within the age requirements (only 19 y/o). Should I bother applying to USMA? Anyone heard of candidates with 2+ years in college? Would my application be considered since I already have two years of college, or would they simply tell me to apply to OCS? I appreciate your feedback!