521 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Friday, April 5, 2013
The five United States Service Academies provide outstanding opportunities for qualified men and women to receive one of the most respected college educational experiences in the nation. They offer appointments to highly qualified individuals who meet eligibility requirements and show evidence of character, scholarship, leadership, physical aptitude, medical fitness, goals and motivation.
United States Air Force Academy: www.academyadmissions.com
United States Coast Guard Academy: www.cga.edu
United States Merchant Marine Academy: www.usmma.edu
United States Military Academy: www.westpoint.edu
United States Naval Academy: www.usna.edu/Admissions
All Academies, except for the United States Coast Guard Academy, require a nomination from a qualified nominating source in addition to meeting the individual eligibility and entrance requirements for each respective academy.
Members of Congress may fill up to five vacancies at each of the Service Academies. For each vacancy, members of Congress may nominate up to 10 candidates who meet the eligibility requirements established by law. The student remains in one of the slots until that student graduates. Applicants are eligible for nomination by both United States Senators in the state of their legal residence and by the United States Representative for the District in which they reside. In addition, they may also be eligible for other nominating sources.
In order to be eligible for consideration for nomination through U.S. Senator Kay R. Hagan each applicant must be:
1. At least 17 years old, but not have passed your 23rd birthday on July 1 of the year you would enter the academy.
2. A United States citizen (prior to entering the academy).
3. Unmarried, without dependents and not pregnant.
4. A legal resident of North Carolina.
Applicants should visit each Academy's website for their application instructions and requirements.
Please click here to be redirected to the online application.
If you have any questions, please contact the Greensboro office at 336-333-5311.