Submitting items to Cadet Command

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  1. tonk002

    tonk002 Member

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    Hi all. I completed the application for an AROTC Scholarship today, and had a few questions.

    1. After I filled out the application, I had to do a survey. When the survey was done, I was asked to log out, which I did. Then I logged back in, and had to check that I certified that the information on my application was accurate. I did, and it congratulated me on completing the application and I was logged off. I can still log in to that portal, and everything is the same as it was right before I submitted everything. Is this normal? Is this where I update my SAT/ACT scores?

    2. I printed out a request for transcript page that I need to get filled out. Is this considered my transcript, or do I need to get the sheet filled out and have my school send in my transcripts?

    3. How long does it take to confirm that SAT/ACT scores have been sent after I fax them in on the status portal?

    4. When will I get the info about setting up an interview?

    Thanks for your help:thumb:
     
  2. singaporemom

    singaporemom Member

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    Unless things have changed, the transcript page accompanies your transcript that highschool sends in. Since it was for a scholarship, the counselor let DS send it in himself.

    Don't know the answers to your other questions because it seems as if in the last couple of years Cadet Command has become digital! DS had to mail everything in. Good Luck!
     
  3. clarksonarmy

    clarksonarmy Recruiting Operations Officer at Clarkson Army

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    Just a hint...if you are faxing things to Cadet Command you are taking a chance. If you have the capability to scan and email that is what I would recommend. You should be getting an email and a letter in the mail with a person who will be your point of contact, and you will also see the email address train2lead@usacc.army.mil on many of the correspondences. Scan and email to both addresses, and send it with an email read receipt.

    http://goldenknightbattalion.wordpress.com/2011/02/10/can-you-hear-me-now/

    You've got some time...so don't try to rush too much. I know guidance counselors may be hard to find during the summer, but since the first board probably won't meet till October it can't hurt to wait until you receive guidance from Cadet Command to get your stuff done.

    Good luck
     
  4. KP13Mom

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    Copies

    I would suggest making copies of everything you mail and/or submit.

    DS had a calendar where he noted deadlines, phone calls, as well as when items were submitted. It was placed at the front of the notebook used when organizing NROTC, SA, and MOC required paperwork. Notebook was in the car when going to the various appointments.
     
  5. tonk002

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    Thank you all for your responses.

    Thanks clarksonarmy for the advice- I'll be sure to scan and email my information rather than fax it.
     
  6. tonk002

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    Just wondering: When will I recieve a email from Cadet Command about a contact? Thanks!
     
  7. jojo603

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    2. I printed out a request for transcript page that I need to get filled out. Is this considered my transcript, or do I need to get the sheet filled out and have my school send in my transcripts?

    Be aware on the request for transcript page the address and fax number are incorrect. CC moved and that form hasn't been updated. Make sure your GC knows to scan and email to address that clarkson provided.
     

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