I tried to search this subject prior to posting to avoid being repetitive, but couldn't find anything. My son is considering the Naval Academy again. He considered it in high school, but was looking more towards med school. That has changed. Coming out of high school all the basic requirements were there. He graduated 14 out of about 652 students, varsity sports and honor society, Beta, etc.... He is currently in his junior year working on his degree in Psychology. He is very close to a 4.0 and that is playing Division 1 baseball. I learned the other day that he had written a paper on his desire to continue the tradition of serving his country, by following in mine and my fathers footsteps. He has developed an interest in the intelligence community and that particular field of study. All that to get here. Is the admissions process open to young men and women who have already graduated with a degree, as long as everything else is on par? Medical, age requirements.......those things. I know the admissions page has info about college stgudents, but is it a realistic goal or a complete long shot? Thank you in advance for your assitance.