Qualified, not selected. A TWE after you were 3Q'D with a nomination.What is QNS?
Are you able to be a contracted cadet your freshman year with a 3 year ROTC scholarship? Or do you have to wait until the scholarship kicks in to contract?Yes, my DS was offered this after he was QNS his first year. I'm not sure how many are offered. My son enrolled in the ROTC program (which was his plan B), but didn't use the scholarship because it began after the first year...and he reapplied and was selected.
Are you able to be a contracted cadet your freshman year with a 3 year ROTC scholarship? Or do you have to wait until the scholarship kicks in to contract?
You just need to show up, make good grades, do well in PT and be an active part of the unit. Things will work out as long as you do your part.
West Point gives the list of QNS candidates to Cadet Command. The thought being that since West Point has determined that they qualified for West Point, they are therefore qualified for an AROTC scholarship.
Where did the denial update appear? Application overview?My DS got a 3 year AD Scholarship ROTC back in February or later. He was hoping for West Point then in March he was notified that they upped his 3 year to a full 4 year stateing he was in the top 1000 applicates . On April 14 he received an online TWE from West Point.
But he is thrilled with his plan B. Not sure if West Point had any thing to do with him getting the extra year.
Ok thanksNo it was on the left hand side of the home page where all the other PDF s are listed like his ROTC nomination and all his correspondence from SLE