So I know that USNA prefers that people who apply after graduating from high school have university college experience. However, I am only able to afford classes at community college. What is the general stance on community college candidates? I have tried my best to take a community college load that reflects what they might want with mostly A's, such as: Calculus 1, and 2----A's in both Microeconomics----A Earth/Environmental Science----A World History 1----A American Government----A Biology 1----A Spanish 1, 2, 3----B in Spanish 1 because I tested out, and 2 A's French 1 and 2----A's Russian 1----A I have a lot of other credits including Aviation credits (that do not transfer well to universities) and some business classes. In your opinion, how does this college transcript look to you for USNA admissions? What would you add or recommend? I know Chemistry and Physics are desirable, and I would take them and a lot more in the spring, except I do not think I will be around then with my active duty, unless they can work with me online.