So I'm graduating with my bachelors in December with a sluggish GPA 3.3-3.5 but three years of full time work experience, volunteering, etc. Also recipient of highest scholarship my university gives. I really want to join the USMMA (have since I started college) but have finally decided. Have you ever met someone with a bachelor degree coming in. How weird will it be, being older? Will they weight my high school profile more than my undergrad profile? Ex. during high school: 32/33 ACT, 4.7 GPA, Student Government VP, BETA Club Pres, etc, 3rd out of whatever. Going off that I feel comfortable, otherwise my college has been a bit sporadic due to working full time and school. The reason I want to go the USMMA is to honestly study marine engineer, and get a chance to really kind of 'start over' in a challenging and intellectually stimulating path. Just curious if anyone has tips for older applicants or has even heard of someone older coming in?