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NROTC SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE

2011- 2012 Navy Recruiting District Phoenix

Table of Contents Section

Topic

A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

About the NROTC Scholarship NROTC Scholarship Requirements Guide to NROTC Scholarship Application Most Common Made Mistakes Check Off Sheet / NROTC Evaluation Forms NROTC Scholarship Facts Coordinator Contact Information

The United States Navy When you join the Navy, you'll enjoy a unique lifestyle filled with adventure, opportunity, excitement and discovery. You'll have every opportunity to fulfill your potential and prepare yourself for a bright, successful future-both during and after your Navy assignments. In addition to excellent starting pay, some of the benefits you'll receive in the Navy include: .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:.

30 days of vacation with pay earned each year Bonuses for enlistment or re-enlistment in certain critical jobs Advanced training at little or no cost to you Medical and dental provided Free or low-cost entertainment and recreation facilities Savings when shopping at military grocery stores (commissaries) and department stores (exchanges) .:. Housing and food allowances .:. Opportunity for regular promotions based on your abilities .:. Excellent retirement program with qualifying years of service

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Section A

About The NROTC Scholarship

Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps The Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) is a comprehensive scholarship program. It gives you the money you need to cover up to five years of full tuition, fees, and stipends for books - even monthly allowances. An NROTC Scholarship covers the following: .:. Full tuition .:. All college and university educational fees .:. Stipend for textbooks .:. Subsistence allowance each month .:. Other related educational expenses .:. Uniforms Subsistence Allowance each month (As of October 1,2009) Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

$250 $300 $350 $400

After graduation, while other students are feverishly searching for a job, you'll walk right into a challenging and exciting adventure as a Naval Officer. Starting pay for a newly commissioned officer 0-1 is about 64,000 a year depending on duty location. As an NROTC student, you'll receive training in physics and calculus, navigation, naval ship and weapons systems, sea power and amphibious warfare. You'll also gain experience in leadership and management. Whether you choose corporate America or stay in the Navy for your entire career, the NROTC Program can get you closer to your goals.

NROTC Scholarship selectees are appointed midshipmen, U.S. Naval Reserve, by the Secretary of the Navy and are granted compensation and benefits authorized by law for

four years of undergraduate study. Under certain conditions, midshipmen may become eligible for up to one additional year of scholarship compensation and benefits. The subsistence allowance a midshipman receives while in college is usually not sufficient to pay all college expenses. Experience shows that an additional $2,000 to $4,000 per year (depending on the college) is typically needed to cover expenses such as room and board. Because most colleges advise first-year students not to take outside employment, applicants should apply to colleges where expenses will be within their budgets. Students selected for the NROTC Program make their own arrangements for college enrollment, room and board, and take the normal course load required by the college or university for degree completion. NROTC midshipmen live basically the same campus lives as other undergraduates. However, during weekly drill instruction, summer training periods and in specified Naval Science classes, midshipmen must wear uniforms once or twice a week, furnished by the government, and conduct them selves in a military manner. The military commander of an NROTC unit is a senior Navy or Marine Corps Officer. As professors of Naval Science, they are also members of college faculties. In addition to teaching the Naval Science curriculum and conducting other naval functions, Professors of Naval Science and the Officers of their staffs serve as counselors to midshipmen on personal, academic, and career matters.

LIST OF NROTC HOST UNITS (N) Indicates an "RN" Program is available (*) School with Nursing Corps Program only NROTC HOST UNITS

STATE

Alabama

Auburn

University

Tuskegee

Arizona

(N)

University

University

of Arizona

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Pima Community College Arizona

California

State University

The University University

(N)

(N)

of California,

of California,

Los Angeles

Berkeley

Cross-Town Affiliate: -California Maritime Academy - Stanford University - University of California at Davis University

of San Diego

Cross-Town Affiliate: -California State University, San Marcos - Point Lorna Nazarene University - San Diego State University

(N)

(N)

- University of California at San Diego

Colorado

University

of Southern

University

of Colorado

California

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Regis University

(*)

- University of Colorado at Denver - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

District of Columbia

George Washington

University

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Catholic University of America - Georgetown University - Howard University

(*)

(N)

(N)

- University of Maryland at College Park

Florida

Embry-Riddle

Aeronautical

Florida A&M University

University (N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Florida State University

(N)

- Tallahassee Community College Jacksonville

University

Cross-Town Affiliate:

(N)

(N)

(*)

- Florida Community College at Jacksonville

Florida

- University of North Florida University

of Florida

University

of South Florida

(N)

(N)

(N) (N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Clearwater Christian College (CCC) - University of Tampa

Georgia

Georgia Institute

(N)

of Technology

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Georgia State University - Southern Polytechnic Morehouse

(N)

State University

College

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Clark Atlanta University - Spelman College Savannah

State University

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Armstrong Atlantic State University

Idaho

University

(N)

of Idaho

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Intercollegiate - Lewis-Clark

College of Nursing State College

(*)

- Washington State University

Illinois

Illinois Institute

(*)

(N)

of Technology

Cross-Town Affiliate: -Kennedy King College -University of Illinois at Chicago Northwestern

(N)

University

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Loyola University University

(N)

of Illinois

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Parkland College

Indiana

Purdue

University

University

(N)

of Notre Dame

Cross-Town Affiliate: -Indiana University at South Bend (*) -St. Mary's College (N)

Iowa

Iowa State University

Kansas

University

of Kansas

Cross-Town Affiliate: -Baker University

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-Washburn University

Kansas Louisiana

Southern

University

and A&M College (N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Baton Rouge Community College - Louisiana State University - Southeastern Louisiana University

(N)

Tulane University Cross-Town Affiliate: - Dillard University

(N)

- Loyola University - University of New Orleans - Xavier University

Maine

Maine Maritime

Academy

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Husson College

(*)

- University of Maine at Orono (N)

Massachusetts

Boston University Cross-Town Affiliate: - Boston College - Northeastern

(N)

University

(*)

College of the Holy Cross Cross-Town Affiliate: - Worcester Polytechnic

Institute

- Worcester State College Massachusetts

Institute

(N) of Technology

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Harvard University - Tufts University

Michigan

University

of Michigan

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Eastern Michigan University

Minnesota

University

of Minnesota

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Macalester College - University of Saint Thomas

Mississippi

University

of Mississippi

Missouri

University

of Missouri

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Columbia College

(N)

(N)

I Nebraska New Mexico

I

University

of Nebraska

(N)

University

of New Mexico

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: -Central New Mexico Community College

New York

Cornell University Rensselaer

Polytechnic

Institute

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Russell Sage College

("')

- Union College State University

of New York Maritime

College

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Fordham University - Molloy College University

(*)

of Rochester

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Rochester Institute of Technology - ST John Fisher College - State University of New York at Brockport

North Carolina

Duke University North Carolina University

Ohio

(N)

State University (N)

of North Carolina

Miami University Ohio State University

(N)

Oklahoma

University

Oregon

Oregon State University

Pennsylvania

Carnegie

ofOkJahoma

(N)

Mellon University

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Duquesne University

(N)

- University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania University

(N)

State University of Pennsylvania

(N)

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Drexel University - Temple University Villanova

University

(N) (N) (N)

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South Carolina

The Citadel Cross-Town Affiliate: - Medical University of South Carolina University

of South Carolina

(*)

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Allen University - Midlands Technical College

Tennessee

University

of Memphis

(N)

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Christian Brothers University Vanderbilt

University

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Belmont University

(*)

- Tennessee State University

Texas

Prairie

View A&M University

(N)

(N)

Rice University Cross-Town Affiliate: - Houston Baptist University

(*)

- Texas Southern University - University of Houston (University Park Campus) Texas A&M University Cross-Town Affiliate: - Texas A&M University at Galveston University

of Texas

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Huston-Tillotson

Utah

University

of Utah

College

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Weber State University - Westminster College

Vermont

Norwich University

(N)

(N)

Virginia

Hampton

University

(N)

Norfolk State University

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: -Tide Water Community College Old Dominion University Virginia

University

of Virginia Military

(N)

(N)

Institute

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Mary Baldwin College Virginia Polytechnic

Institute

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Radford University

Washington

University

(*)

of Washington

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Seattle University

Wisconsin

Marquette

(*)

University

(N)

Cross-Town Affiliate: - Milwaukee School of Engineering - Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee University

of Wisconsin

(N)

(N)

ROOM & BOARD PROVISIONS FOR 4-YEAR NROTC SCHOLARSHIPS NOTE: This list is intended to be guarantee is made or implied that offered by the individual colleges applicant's responsibility to verify desired college or university.

used as a guideline reference for NROTC Scholarship Applicants. No these benefits will be granted to the applicant. These benefits are and are in no way supported or funded by the U.S. Navy. It is the current availability of room and board provisions directly with the

College Boston University Carnegie-Mellon University Florida A&M University George Washington Univ.

Unit Code

Phone Number

Benefits offered by the College

061

(617) 353-2000

Free Room & Board

067

(412) 268-2000

Free Room & Board (on a case by case basis)

009

(850) 599-3796

Free Room & Board (nomination NROTC unit)

063

(202) 994-1000

Free Room & Board (prior active duty) (Tech majors eligible for a stipend of $4000 for room & board)

College of the Holy Cross Washington State Univ. Illinois Institute of Tech. Iowa State Univ.

011

800) 442-2421

Free Room & Board

012

(509) 335-3564

Free Room & Board

013

(312) 567-3000

Free Room & Board

015

(515) 294-4111

$2000/year freshmen)

Jacksonville Univ. Maine Maritime Academy Marquette Univ. Michigan, Univ. of

016

(904) 744-3950

Free Room & Board

019

(800) 227-8465

Free Room & Board

020

(608) 262-3961

Free Room & Board

023

(734) 764-1817

Room & Board Scholarship by case)

Mississippi, Univ. of Missouri, Univ. of New York Maritime College Norwich University Prairie View A&M Univ. Rensselaer Polytechnic Ins. Rochester, Univ. of San Diego, Univ. of Savannah State Univ. Southern California, Univ. Southern University and A&M Louisiana State Univ. Tulane Univ.

Room & Board (top 25% incoming

(eng students,

025

(662) 915-7211

Free Room (out of state residents)

026

(573) 882-2456

$1000/year

Free Room & Board

to Free Room & Board (varies)

056

(718) 409-7220

065

(800) 468-6679

Free Room & Board

038

(409) 857-2310

Free Room & Board

040

(518) 276-6000

Free Room & Board

042

(716) 275-6111

Free Room & Board

059

(619) 260-4600

75% Room & Board

043

(800) 788-0478

Free Room & Board Room & Board

045

(213) 746-1879

$2500/year

046

(225) 771-2430

Free Room & Board

046

(225) 388-1175

Free Room & Board

049

(504) 865-5000

Free Room & Board

case

Section B

NROTC Scholarship Requirements

General Eligibility Requirements Applicants for the NROTC Program must: ~ Be a U.S. citizen ~ Be 17 years old by Sept. 1 of the first year of college and younger than 27 on June 30 of the year in which you are eligible for graduation and commissioned status. An age waiver may be granted for prior active military service ~ Be a high school graduate or possess equivalency certificates by Aug. 1 of the same year that entrance into the four-year NROTC program is anticipated ~ Be physically qualified by the Navy standards ~ Have no moral obligations or personal convictions that will prevent conscience bearing of arms and supporting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign or domestic ~ Apply for and gain admission to NROTC colleges (Admission to an NROTC institution is not required during the selection process; however, notification of admission must be received before the scholarship can be activated) ~ Achieve qualifying scores on the SAT/ACT o Scores can be mixed (different test dates or test) • SAT - 520 Math, 530 Verbal • ACT - 21 Math, 22 English Or • Be in the top 10% of HS class standing (Must have taken either ACT or SAT) NOTE: It is the responsibility of the applicant to know when the schools listed on their application admission packages are due. NROTC Coordinators cannot be held accountable if the applicant was selected for a school and did not apply by the school's deadline.

General Academic Requirements To be commissioned, you must complete all requirements for a bachelor's degree under university rules and regulations as well as certain courses specified by the Navy regulations. The Navy is interested in producing top-quality Officers; therefore, academic success is highly emphasized. Scholarship recipients are required to fulfill these general academic guidelines: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Calculus (one year by the end of the sophomore year) Physics (one year of calculus-based physics by the end of the junior year) English grammar and composition (one year) National Security Policy/American Military Affairs Cultural or language (one term)

NROTC students must also take a Naval Science course each semester, participate in weekly drill instruction, and part-take in a four-to-six week training period each summer. Navy Nurse NROTC students must participate in summer training in compliance with their individual nursing curriculum requirements. NROTC recipients may enroll in courses requiring five years for bachelor's degrees, provided they do not tum 27 years old on or before June 30 of the year in which they will complete their fifth year of course work and are commissioned. NROTC recipients enrolled in five-year programs may qualify for compensation and benefits during their fifth year. Entitlements to an additional year of benefits are determined through a separate process after the student has been in the program for at least one year. Students not entitled to a fifth year of scholarship benefits will be granted a leave of absence without benefits to qualify for their degrees.

General Physical Requirements The physical and scholarship qualification processes are independent determinations. Applicants must receive a favorable assessment in both areas before an NROTC Scholarship is granted. Many medical diagnoses can disqualify applicants. Some of the more common conditions include uncorrectable vision, substandard color vision, history of asthma, acute or chronic cardiac/pulmonary conditions, arthritis, seizure disorders, severe motion sickness susceptibility, alcohol or drug abuse, pregnancy and chronic skin disorders. The Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DODMERB) schedules and reviews all physical examinations. If DODMERB detects a disqualifying medical condition, a written request is required for waiver consideration. Some disqualifying medical conditions may be waived after additional review. Applicants will be notified by DODMERB of any additional requirements for medical history, consultations or diagnostic tests. Surgical, laser, or mechanical procedures to correct defective visual acuity are absolute cause for disqualification. Keratinous or a history of treatment for this condition is absolutely disqualifying.

Military SerVice Requirements Upon graduation, NROTC Program students are commissioned as Ensigns in the Naval Reserve. Students will have a five-year military service obligation in the unrestricted line (surface, submarine, aviation or Special operations fields). Nursing scholarships will have a four year active duty obligation. Students disqualified from the NROTC Program for reasons beyond their control will normally be discharged without penalty. A minimum of two years of active enlisted service or recoupment of all tuition dollars paid may be required for students who dis-enroll or are disqualified from the NROTC Program for academic or personal reasons after their first day of their sophomore year.

Section C

Guide to NROTCScholarship Application

NROTC SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE TO APPLICATION 1. Begin the electronic application on line at https://www.nrotc.navy.mil - Electronic application includes o Personal Data o Activities (athletic and non-athletic) o 1 essay question - 2nd essay is optional but highly recommended 2. Deliver the three (3) required forms to proper individuals: a. Counselors Form (Page 9 - Request for Secondary School Transcript) b. Math Teacher Evaluation (4 Year ROTC applicants only) - ORc. Science Teacher Evaluation (Nurse Corps applicants only) d. Other Teacher Evaluation (typically a coach, teacher, or IROTC Instructor) 3. Contact the NROTC Coordinator to schedule the "Officer Interview" as soon as possible. 4. Key points a. Your ACT/SAT scores can be released to NROTC code 0656 or results printed out from collegeboard.com / ACT.org and handed or faxed to your coordinator. b. You must apply and be accepted to the school you receive the scholarship for. c. Don't wait until the deadline to complete your application. Early selection is the key to getting your school of choice. 5. Upon selection for the scholarship, you will be notified through the mail and directed to the location for the physical exam. 6. Call with any questions or concerns. 7. Website is scheduled to close 31 JAN 2011. Applications must be completed and submitted prior to this date to be eligible for the 2011 college year scholarship.

Timeline (NROTC) All Applicants Notified of Decision

Electronic Application Electronic Application Opens

MAR

First Selection Board

JUNE

AUG

JAN 31 FEB 15

SEPT

MAY

SEP

Complete Electronic Application Complete all Application Requirements Officer Interviews Medical Exams and Qualification College Admission Decisions

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Junior Year

D

Senior Year

[E

Summer following Junior Year

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Summer following Senior Year 15

It is recommended that you start taking the SAT I ACT your junior year and continue to take it throughout your senior year. We can take your best grades between both tests and put them forward. We can continue to update your scholarship package, SAT I ACT test scores, transcripts and awards that may be earned even after your application is submitted. Log onto www.collegeboard.com / www.act.org for more information

Advice for applicants ~ Be thorough on your application ~ Project activities for senior year up to April ~ Use comments for activities not listed in application ~ Have a updated resume prepared for your Officer interview ~ Apply to at all 5 college choices early on ~ Do not wait for selection decision to apply to college ~ Issues considered by the board o o o o o

Character Leadership Athletics Academics Community Service

NOTE: It is the responsibility of the applicant to know when the schools listed on their application admission packages are due. NROTC Coordinators cannot be held accountable if the applicant was selected for a school and did not apply by the school's deadline.

Dates are not actual board dates. The dates are listed to aid the coordinator in explaining the selection process to applicants. - 2 to 3 weeks for results to be published. - Normal selection board consists of 450 packages. - First 7 selection boards will be conducted before Christmas Holidays.

Board Dates FY12A: 24 - August - 2011 FY12B: 28 - September - 2011 FY12C:

13 - October - 2011

FY12D: 2 - November - 2011 FY12E:

16 - November - 2011

FY12F:

7 - December - 2011

FY12G:

11 - January - 2012

FY12H: 25 - January - 2012

Deadline for Submission of application: 15 - January - 2012 FY12I:

9 - February - 2012

FY12J:

2 - March - 2012

FY12K: 16 - March - 2012 FY12L:

6 - April- 2012

If you are not selected at the first board your application is present at, your application may automatically be submitted to the next board and so forth. Your application could possibly be reviewed at all twelve boards.

Section D

Most Common Made Mistakes

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Section E

Check Off Sheet / NROTC Evaluation Forms

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Check Off Sheet D Finish online application (Do Not Submit until coordinator reviews

application) once submitted you are unable to make any changes. D Counselor evaluation (On provided form). D School profile (from the counselor if available). D Official transcript (signed and stamped), seniors a complete junior year). D SAT IACT test score results. On transcripts, printed out from

collegeboard.cpm I act.org. D Math teacher evaluation (science teacher for nursing scholarship) (On provided form). D Other person evaluation (coach, employer, pastor, other teacher, ETC) (On

provided form). D Resume (updated. Bring a copy to the officer interview). Not required,

however recommended. No specific format. D Officer interview (Scheduled and conducted by coordinator or designated

officer).

IT is highly recommended that all comments on evaluations be typed and on school letterhead. Please ensure the evaluator signs both the evaluation comment page and typed comments.

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REQUESTFORSECONDARYSCHOOLTRANSCIDPT Applicant's full name (Last, First Middle) Birth Date

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NROTC Program

Social Security Number

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The student named above is applying for an NROTC scholarship. Please complete this part of the form as accurately as possible. The Scholarship Selection Board uses a transcript of grades in reviewing an applicant's record. 1. In addition to courses taken (or in progress) and grades received, it is essential that the transcript reflect rank in class along with the most complete academic record to include test results such as NMSQT, CEEB'S, ACT'S and other national examinations. 2. Important! Please submit this information immediately. 3. Return completed form and a transcript signed or stamped by a high school official to the recruiting activity indicated on the self-addressed envelope provided (Also, include a profile of the graduating class, if possible.) . 4. I authorize release of my high school transcript. Signature

Date

1.

Candidate's Cum. GPA(ex. 999.99)

2.

GPA Scale(ex. 999.9)

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3. Rank in Class (Approx. to nearest 10th from top) Rank from top

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5. School ETS Code 6.

_

2 yr. College

_

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Did this student take any: Not Offered Yes No

o o o

o o o 7.

Approximately

No. of students ------

4 yr. College

4. % Grad Class Exp to Enter:

o

Exactly

o o o

Honors Courses Accelerated Courses Adv. Placement Courses

Are all honors accelerated and advanced placement courses given extra credit in computing: Yes

No

o

0

Rank in Class

o

0

Grade Averages

8

Did the student receive any academic accommodations?

o

o

Yes

(i.e. extra time on test, established 504 plan)

No

If yes, please list the type of academic accommodation and the school yearls received

o

9. Is applicant from minority group or disadvantaged background?

o

If yes, which?

o

Minority

Yes

_

Street Address:

_ State & Zip Code:

_

School Telephone (Include Area Code) 11. Ranking Period

From: ----

_ To:

_

Indicate how grade point average and rank were determined if profile not available.

12. Ifrank is not available, please indicate placement by percentile below.

0 Top 5% 0 Top 10% 0 Top 20% 0 Top 30% 0 Top 40% 0 Top 50% 0 Lower 50 %

2

No

Disadvantaged (specify in comment area)

10. Official School Name:

City:

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13. Comment:

Date

(Additional information which may be significant in considering applicant)

Title

Signature

Print Name

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MATH / SCIENCE / ENGLISH TEACHER EVALUATION OF APPLICANT Applicant's Last Name

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Social Security Number

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SCHOOL OFFICIAL: Please evaluate the following statements concerning the above named applicant. Mark only one choice for each statement. Rate the statements on how well the quality describes the applicant in relation to his/her peers. Your identity as the source of information relating to the applicant will be disclosed upon the applicant's request, unless you require confidentiality as a condition for furnishing any information. In such case, your identity will be held in confidence.

o

Do you stipulate confidentiality as a condition for providing information?

Yes

o

No

Top 1%

Top 10%

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Not Observed

1. Works toward group goals when in a subordinate position

0

0

0

0

0

0

2. Gains respect of peers

0

0

0

0

0

0

3. Influences other students to work together

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0

0

0

0

0

4. Communicates effectively in face to face discussion

0

0

0

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5. Communicates effectively in written work

0

0

0

0

0

0

6. Exerts maximum effort showing a strong desire to achieve in every field

0

0

0

0

0

0

7. Sets high standards for own performance in a number of areas of activity

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0

0

0

0

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8. Accepts criticism and makes improvements from it

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0

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9. Adjusts to a demanding schedule of activities without neglecting school work

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0

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10. Makes Friends easily

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0

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0

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11. Persists when solving problems

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12. Demonstrates intellectual curiosity

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How would you rate this student among all that you have taught?

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0

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How long have you known this student?

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Did you provide this student with any academic accommodations? (i.e. requires extra time on test, established 504 plan)

0 Yes

0 No

If yes, please list the type of academic accommodation and the school yearls received

REMARKS: This form must be completed by only an English or a Math instructor. (If student is Nursing Option, form must be completed by only an English or Science instructor.) Please tell us how you feel this student will perform in a demanding academic environment. It would also be helpful if you would comment on the student's character and integrity as compared to that ofhis/her peers. Math teacher comment strongly desired on student's potential for completing calculus and calculus-based physics. Thank you for your concern, time and cooperation.

Signature of Evaluator (Use a Pen)

Date English Instructor

0

Math Instructor

0

Printed Name of Evaluator

Science Instructor 0

2

OTHER OFFICIAL'S EVALUATION OF APPLICANT Applicant's Last Name

FI

Social Security Number

MI

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SCHOOL OFFICIAL: Please evaluate the following statements concerning the above named applicant. Mark only one choice for each statement. Rate the statements on how well the quality describes the applicant in relation to his/her peers. Your identity as the source of information relating to the applicant will be disclosed upon the applicant's request, unless you require confidentiality as a condition for furnishing any information. In such case, your identity will be held in confidence.

o Yes

Do you stipulate confidentiality as a condition for providing information?

o No

Top 1%

Top 10%

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Not Observed

1. Works toward group goals when in a subordinate position

0

0

0

0

0

0

2. Gains respect of peers

0

0

0

0

0

0

3. Influences other students to work together

0

0

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4. Communicates effectively in face to face discussion

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0

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5. Communicates effectively in written work

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0

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6. Exerts maximum effort showing a strong desire to achieve in every field

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7. Sets high standards for own performance in a number of areas of activity

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0

0

8. Accepts criticism and makes improvements from it

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9. Adjusts to a demanding schedule of activities without neglecting school work

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10. Makes Friends easily

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0

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11. Persists when solving problems

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0

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12. Demonstrates intellectual curiosity

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How would you rate this student among all that you have taught?

0

0

0

0

0

0

How long have you known this student?

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1

Did you provide this student with any academic accommodations? 504 plan)

0 Yes

(i.e. requires extra time on test, established

0 No

If yes, please list the type of academic accommodation and the school yearls received

REMARKS: This form may be completed by a Teacher, Counselor, Coach or Employer. Please tell us how you feel this student will perform in a demanding academic environment. It would also help if you would discuss the student's character and integrity as compared to that of his/her peers. Thank: you for your concern, time and cooperation.

Signature of Evaluator (Use a Pen)

Date

Teacher 0 Counselor 0

Printed Name of Evaluator

Coach 0 Employer 0

Phone Number

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Section F

NROTC Scholarship Facts

NROTC Scholarship STATS Nationally ~ FY 10 Selection approximately 26% ~ Very competitive process (FY 10 Profile) • 66% in top 10% of class • 76% in top 20% of class • Average SAT composite: 1300 • Average SAT Math: 658 • Average SAT English: 642 Locally: NRD Phoenix: Arizona, New Mexico, El Paso, TX. And SW Colorado ~ FY 10 Selection 35% •

150 applicants applied

53 applicants were selected

FY 2011 Statistics are still pending. Last board convenes April 2011.

Section G

Coordinator Contact Information

NROTC Contact Information NRD Phoenix NROTC Coordinators Arizona / Colorado Sean Lau, MAC (SW), USN 1 N. 1st Street, Suite 427 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: (602) 254-3347 Ext. *250 Cell: (480) 458-8646 Fax: (602) 254-0571 Email: sean.htu@navy.mil New Mexico I El Paso, TX / Colorado David Adauto, AEC (A W), USN 3961 E Lohman Suite Las Cruces, NM 88011 Phone: (575) 524-2451 Cell: (575) 528-9582 Fax: (575) 523-1875 Email: david.adauto@navy.mil Head Coordinator Jason Infantolino, FCC (SW), USN 1 N. 1st Street, Suite 427 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: (602) 254-3347 Ext. *252 Cell: (602) 316-7201 Fax: (602) 254-0571 Email: jason.infantolino@navy.mil Website NROTC Main Information https://www.nrotc.navy.mil NROTC Application Page https://www.nrotc.navy.mil/applicationldefault.cfm


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