Does the CGA issue LOA's to applicants waiting for Waivers?

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  1. Impulsive

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    I am just wondering....my DS is currently awaiting word regarding his DoDMERB remedial. He was told the new material would take a minimum of 30 days to process, maybe longer. If the remedial is not resolved or becomes a waiver issue after those 30 days, does the Academy issue LOA's to those candidates who they want to let know the Academy wants, or do they just keep quiet until April and then let you know?

    Also, does the Academy "Conditionally" appoint cadets pending waiver prior to R-Day?
     
  2. coastiehopeful

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    I received a conditional appointment for CGA in January, conditional on a waiver. I did not have a LOA.
     
  3. Impulsive

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    I am guessing you got your Conditional in the mail during EA?
     
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    I received a notice in my Bears Den and received a phone call when the EA decisions were released
     
  5. Impulsive

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    Congrats then!!! Great News. Maybe if things work out you will get to meet my son this summer...:) What major are you thinking about? My son wants CGA because he loves and wants to be a Naval Architect/Marine Engineer and the CGA is one of the top four schools nationwide.
     
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  6. coastiehopeful

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    Thanks! I'm thinking of electrical engineering- CGA has great STEM programs. Good luck to your son!