1. c14harv

    c14harv Member

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    Hi, I am applying to West Point and USNA, but looking into backup plans. I have been approached by Norwich twice for football. I am at Georgia Military College, and have done my 100 and 200 level MSD courses. I like Norwich's deep history, and was wondering more about the school's military side, not just info from a football coach. Football is fun, but my career plan includes being an officer in the U.S. Military. How is it for someone in my position, will I still be part of the 2012 grad class, and all the benefits belonging to it?

    With those 2 years of Army ROTC, is it possible to do Marine Corps?

    I am just wondering if you have had someone in my experience, the only thing bothering me is only being there 2 years and one whole year in your plebe system, so half my time not even getting the full experience.
     
  2. Kernal D

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    Norwich University Corps of Cadets

    The Deputy Commandant of Cadets states potential applicants like yourself, and those who may have graduated from one of the Military Junior Colleges, must submit a letter addressed to both the Vice-President of Enrollment Management and the Vice-President of Student Affairs & Commandant of Cadets requesting admittance into The Corps of Cadets. Your letter should be submitted with your application and other documents. Based on your application they would make the decision as to whether you could enter The Corps as an academic junior...understanding you would participate in Rook Training your first year. The ROTC will transfer over with no problem.
     
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    Army to Marine Corps ROTC

    Missed your second question. Transferring your ROTC scholarship is possible. However, you would have to get permission from the Army and the Naval Department at Norwich. My recommendation is...if this is something you are really interested in doing...you should plan a trip to Norwich and speak face to face with the Commanders and the Commandant's office.
     
  4. Fuji

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    c14harv,

    I hope you follow through on this process. May be difficult - but, worth it in the end!

    Fuji
    1984 Norwich University Graduate
     

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