Reapplying to the academy

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  1. Hodge

    Hodge Member

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    Hello I'm a frequent user of these forums but first time poster.

    I am 18 and in college as a freshman at the Oklahoma State University in the AFROTC program not on scholarship. I applied for the AFA last year and obviously did not get in due to fitness requirements as the letter i recieved from them stated. So since I got that letter in which was late March I believe, I've been working out to prepare for reapplying, etc. I live in Illinois near Chicago and chose this school as my second choice besides the AFA due to campus and its stellar AFROTC program. I did not apply for an ROTC scholarship last year.

    My questions are as follows,
    When applying from in college do you still use your home address?
    Do you use your home(Chicago area) ALO?
    Do you request a nomination in my case in Oklahoma or Illinois?

    I was going to contact the Admissions officer stated on the portal and have already started getting my paperwork together for nominations when I went crap who do I even ask since I live here 9 months out of the year.

    Thanks for any help in advanced
     
  2. navymomwannabe

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    You use your home address and your home ALO. You also use your home senators/congressmen.

    Good luck!
     
  3. ahsin

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    When applying from in college do you still use your home address?
    Do you use your home(Chicago area) ALO?
     
  4. Hodge

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    Thanks for the help! I contacted the academy about my situation and you are right about both. But they were really nice and gave me an ALO close to school
     

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