NROTC Status Update

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  1. marciemi

    marciemi USMA Alumnus

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    Hi - just wondering where everyone else still waiting for a decision from NROTC stands on their update. Haven't checked it lately, but after a long time with it just saying the basic couple lines that it had been received, I noticed my son's application was more updated this time with a lot more info. I took out the identifiers but am wondering if everyone else's status looks the same now. Does this mean he went to a board but didn't get selected? Or didn't get to a board yet? Or can't we tell? Here's what his looks like now:

    The NSTC Selection/Placement Office has received your application.

    Missing Items

    All required items have been processed.

    Selection Status

    No decision has been made on your application.

    Additional Information
    We have your address and telephone on record as follows:

    Address: XXXX
    Phone: XXXX

    NOTE: Address and/or phone number changes must be in writing; forward to NSTC by FAX, mail or email.

    FAX Number: (850)452-2486
    MAIL: NSTC, 250 Dallas Street, N25/081, Pensacola, FL 32508-5220
    EMAIL: PNSC_NROTC.scholarship@navy.mil

    Highest Math SAT or ACT equivalent: XXX, Highest Verb SAT or ACT equivalent: XXX
    Your Scholarship Application reflects the following College Choices:
    1st College Choice: XXX
    2nd College Choice: XXX
    3rd College Choice: XXX
    4th College Choice: XXX
    4th College Choice: XXX

    Note: College choices are used for placement at a particular NROTC unit only. Placement at a unit does not guarantee you admission to that college. We strongly suggest that you apply to all of your listed choices.

    NOTE: You can change your school choices at any point by submitting a request in writing to NSTC (Naval Service Training Command) at:
    NSTC OD2
    250 Dallas Street Suite A
    Pensacola, FL 32508-5268
    or FAX (850)452-2486
    or EMAIL PNSC_NROTC.scholarship@navy.mil

    Your NROTC Scholarship can only be used at a pre-approved NROTC Unit/College.

    If you do not know if you should accept or decline a scholarship: you are not obligated in any way if you should accept; it is in your best interest to accept.


    Any advice welcomed!
     
  2. cooper1234

    cooper1234 New Member

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    Yeap, this is how mine looks.
     
  3. PositiveThinking

    PositiveThinking New Member

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    Hi marciemi -
    I went back and looked at my son's NROTC stuff from last year and, while everything's probably totally different this year, this is how the time line worked for him:
    Nov. 4 - Screen changed to look like the one you describe.
    Dec. 21 - Screen changed to say "Congratulations! You have been selected for a 4-yr Navy Option scholarship. You are assigned to the NROTC Unit at **** University." (every time the screen changed we made a copy of it)
    So, probably more waiting lies ahead! :thumb:
    Good luck!!!
     
  4. jdalv2

    jdalv2 New Member

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    Yup. That's what my status says...
     
  5. KMC

    KMC New Member

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    We've been looking at that same screen for a while. :(
     
  6. MissCrine

    MissCrine New Member

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    Same Screen

    No change in our screen, either.
     
  7. danman2811

    danman2811 New Member

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    Yup. I finished my whole process around Oct. 10th and was done, but mine still displays that screen and today is Nov. 14th so.... I feel like the board has only met once or so even though its November already. What do you guys think?
     

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