CADET APPLICATION AND ENROLLMENT RECORD
For use of this form, see USACC Pam 145-4, the proponent agency is ATCC-PAC
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
Authority
Principal Purpose(s)
Routine Uses
Disclosure
10 USC 2101, 2103, 2104, 2107, 2111, and 5 USC 301
To obtain personnel data in order to determine eligibility for enrollment and serve as a source document for cadet's service record throughout participation in the ROTC Program. Provides data for the
administration of the ROTC student commencing with application for enrollment into the ROTC Program.
To verify eligibility to participate in the ROTC Program; to provide information on addresses and telephone numbers for use in the event of death, injury, illness or unauthorized absence while
participating in ROTC activities; to facilitate contact with complete information with a cadet during other than normal training periods; to make a matter of record the information provided by the cadet.
Disclosure is voluntary. However, failure to provide complete information and provide responses will suspend the enrollment process into the ROTC Program.
PART I - GENERAL INFORMATION
2. SSN 3. COLLEGE ID # 4. E-MAIL
5a. CITY 5b. STATE 5c. ZIP CODE
6. PHONE
7a. CITY 7b. STATE
7c. ZIP CODE
8. PHONE
5. LOCAL ADDRESS
7. PERMANENT ADDRESS
9. DOB
10. POB 11. RELIGIOUS PREF
12. BLOOD TYPE 13. ACT
14. SAT
15. SEX 16. HEIGHT 17. WEIGHT 18. MARITAL STATUS 19. DEPENDENTS 19a. NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS
20. RACE/ETHNICITY (Check One)
African American
American Indian Asian Caucasian Hispanic Other If "other", Explain:
21.
CITIZENSHIP (Check One) U.S. Citizen U.S. Born
Born Overseas With U.S. Parents
Dual Citizenship (See USACC PAM 145-4, 2-39)
Non U.S. Citizen Immigrant Alien
Naturalized
Nonimmigrant Alien
Refugee
22a. If "yes" explain
23a. If "yes" explain
22. Do you have any condition that could interfere with you participating in
a normal college physical education course?
25. Have you ever received Medical Disability payments from any source?
26. NEXT OF KIN
24a. ADDRESS
24b. PHONE
PART II - ACADEMIC INFORMATION
25. ROTC HOST SCHOOL 25a. FICE CODE 26. SCHOOL OF ATTENDANCE 26a. FICE CODE
27. RESIDENCY STATUS
28. ACADEMIC CLASS 29. PROJECTED GRADUATION DATE 30. ACADEMIC MAJOR
31. ACADEMIC MINOR 32. CREDITS TOWARD DEGREE 33. CREDITS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE 34. CGPA (COLLEGE)
35. OTHER COLLEGES ATTENDED
35a. YEAR(S) ATTENDED
36. HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED
36a. GRADUATION DATE
37. ROTC SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 37a. If "yes" what type?
38. OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS
39. JROTC EXPERIENCE
PART III - CURRENT OR PRIOR MILITARY SERVICE (TO INCLUDE OFFICER PRODUCING PROGRAMS)
NOT APPLICABLE (Go to PART IV)
40. CURRENT S
ERVICE:
Are you currently in the Armed Forces? 40a. If "yes" which Branch?
40b. SMP UNIT
40c. Is
your spouse currently a member of the Armed Forces?
41. PRIOR SERVICE:Have you ever been enrolled in an officer producing program?
41a. Were you ever disenrolled from the ROTC Program?
41b. Were you ever enrolled in a Service Academy?
41d. If "yes"
what type of discharge?
41e. If "yes" what was the RE Code?
41c. Were you ever discharged from the Armed Forces?
41f. Months of Active Service
41g. Have you ever been discharged for medical reasons?
41 h. If "yes", explain:
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41i. Have you enlisted through the Military
Accessions Vital to National Interest (MAVNI )
Program?
1a. NAME First
1b. NAME MI
1. NAME Last
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PART IV - STUDENT STATEMENTS
42. RELEASE OF INFORMATION
The Privacy Act requires that we notify you of other routine uses of the information we collect from you. You should know that if you leave school, we might provide your name, address, and phone number to the U.S. Army Recruiting
Recruiting Command. This is done because the Active Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard want and need intelligent young men and women. They also have programs which might help you return to college. The transfer of
information to the Recruiting Command means that, if you drop from school, you may receive information in the mail or be called by an Army Recruiter. You are under no obligation to accept the mail or to talk to the recruiter.
I have read and understand the
above statement concerning data required by the Privacy Act of 1974.
Verification of the following statements is required in order to assist in establishing eligibility to participate in the ROTC program. Failure to provide a response will preclude further processing as an enrolled cadet. Failure to provide
an accurate or truthful response is grounds for barring entry into the SROTC program or for the initiation of disenrollment action. Your signature at the bottom of this page will attest to the accuracy of your responses on this form.
43. STATEMENT OF CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS BY CIVIL OR MILITARY AUTHORITIES
I have not been indicted or summoned into court under civilian or military law as a defendant in a criminal proceeding, to include any and all proceedings involving juvenile or adult criminal offenses, but excluding minor traffic
violations (Exception: alcohol-related driving offenses) which involved a fine or forfeiture, alone, of less than $250. I have not had 6 or more minor traffic violations (excluding parking violations) in a 12-month period where the fine is
$100 or more per offense. I have not had 12 or more minor traffic violations (excluding parking violations) during the previous 3 years where the fine is $100 or more per offense. I have never been convicted, fined, imprisoned,
placed on probation, paroled, or pardoned (to include alcohol violations and misdemeanors), except for minor traffic violations as defined above. I will advise the Professor of Military Science of any future information pertaining to
any changes of criminal conduct against myself and I shall do so as soon as practical under the circumstances. Records that are expunged, sealed, set aside, dismissed, or original findings or pleas changed STILL require a waiver.
Check One:
The above statement is true. The above statement i
s not true - Explain:
44. SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Check One: I have never used an illegal substance or drug.
I have used illegal substances or dr
ugs only on an experimental or limited basis.
When:
How Often:
I have been a recent or frequent user of illegal substances or drugs.
When:
How Often:
NOTE: Any future drug use will be grounds for disenrollment from the ROTC Program.
45. RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATION
The U.S. Army cannot guarantee that my religious practices will be accommodated. I acknowledge and understand that it is the Department of the Army's policy to accommodate religious practices as long as the practice will
not have an adverse impact on military readiness, unit cohesion, standards, health, safety or discipline. I further acknowledge and understand that the U.S. Army has the right to amend or eliminate any such accommodation
based on the needs of the Army.
I have read and understand the above statement concerning accommodation of my religious practices.
46. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION
If you have moral convictions that preclude you from bearing firearms and/or participating in full military service with the U.S. Army, to include armed combat, then you are a conscientious objector. AR 600-43 defines
conscientious objection as "A firm, fixed and sincere objection to participation in war in any form or the bearing of arms, because of religious training and belief."
Check One: I am not a co
nscientious objector. I am a conscientious objector. Explain:
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"All information given on this form is correct to the best of my knowledge."
SIGNATURE OF CADET
47.
LOYALTY OATH (OPTIONAL FOR NONCONTRACTED CADETS)
" I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, both foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, and that I take this obligation
freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, so help me God."
SIGNATURE OF CADET DATE
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PART V - BASIC COURSE ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST*
ALL NONCONTRACTED CADETS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO ENROLL IN THE BASIC COURSE:
Enrollment Eligibility Officer: Verify the criteria below and sign the certification on page 5.
48. ACADEMIC STATUS
Eligible: Registered for and attending full time (in accordance with university policy - usually 12 or more credit hours) a regular course of instruction resulting in an accredited undergraduate
or graduate degree at a host or partnership school.
Ineligible (Waiver denied): Not registered for and attending full time a regular course of instruction at a host or partnership school.
49. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION
Eligible: (a) U.S. Citizen and is not a conscientious objector. (b) Enrolled alien student (exempt by statute). (c) Students required by their school to take military training.
Ineligible: Student is a U.S. Citizen and a conscientious objector at a school, which does not require its students to take military training. (NOTE: Prior to enrollment students who have
previously been conscientious objectors must furnish a letter stating they no longer have convictions that preclude bearing arms and participating in full military service with
the U.S. Army).
50. CHARACTER
Eligible: Good moral character. No domestic violence conviction.
Ineligible: Nonwaiverable. Domestic violence misdemeanor or felony conviction.
51. TATTOOS
Eligible: Student does not have any tattoos specifically prohibited by Army policy (see ineligible below).
Ineligible: (a) Any tattoo/brand on the face, neck or head (permanent facial makeup that conforms to AR 670-1 makeup standards is permitted). (b) Other tattoos/brands that are visible and
detract from a soldierly appearance while wearing the Class A uniform. (c) Other tattoos/brands that are prejudicial to good order and discipline.
52. CITIZENSHIP
Eligible: U.S. Citizen (Must be verified per instructions). (Dual citizens must express in writing their willingness to renounce foreign citizenship if/when required.)
Approval Required: (a) Immigrant Alien (b) Refugee (NOTE: Aliens are ineligible for scholarship and SMP, even if approved for enrollment).
Ineligible:
Nonimmigrant
Aliens
.
Approval Granted (Eligible): Date
53. MEDICAL
Eligible: DA Form 3425-R has been completed and signed by a qualified medical physician (or equivalent statement from university health care provider) showing no medical condition/physical
impairment that precludes enrollment in the basic course.
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): Qualified medical physician refuses to complete and sign DA Form 3425-R for the student.
* NOTE: ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY OFFICER WILL CHECK THE INFORMATION IN PARTS I - III AND THE STUDENT'S STATEMENTS IN PART IV AND ADVISE THE STUDENT IF A WAIVER IS REQUIRED
PRIOR TO CONTRACTING I.E., AGE, RE-CODE, DEPENDENCY, CIVIL CONVICTION, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, ETC. (Waiver approval is not guaranteed).
PART VI - NONSCHOLARSHIP CONTRACTING ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST
ALL NONSCHOLARSHIP CADETS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO CONTRACT:
Enrollment Eligibility Officer: Verify the criteria below and sign the certification on page 5. (Scholarship students must also meet scholarship eligibility requirements in Part VII)
54. PREVIOUS CRITERIA Eligible: Student meets criteria 49-54 on the Basic Course Enr
ollment Eligibility Checklist (Part V).
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Waiver Required: Pending waiver for criteria in Part V above.
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable).
55. CIVIL CONVICTION
Eligible: (a) No civil conviction, adverse adjudication, or court-martial conviction other than minor traffic violations (Exception: alcohol-related driving offenses) resulting in a fine
of less than $250. (b) Not guilty verdict or successful appeal of a conviction.
Waiver Required (Prior to Contracting): Any civil conviction, adverse adjudication, or court-martial conviction other than minor traffic violations (Exception: Alcohol-related driving offenses)
resulting in a fine of less than $250. Any conviction resulting in other adverse dispositions (punishment other than a fine) requires a waiver.
Convictions where the record is expunged, sealed, set aside, dismissed, or original
finding or pleas changed still require a waiver.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): (a) Pending charges for violating any civil law; (b) On supervised and/or conditional
probation.
56. DEPENDENCY
Eligible: (a) Single student with no dependents. (b) Married student with no more than three (3) dependents, to include spouse. (c) Single student whose children have been placed by
court order
in t
he custody of an adult relative/legal guardian and the student is not required to pay child support.
Waiver Required (Prior to Contracting): (a) More than three (3) dependents (spouse plus more than 2 children under 18 years old). (b) Single parent whose children have been placed
by
court order in the custody of an adult relative/legal guardian when the student is required to pay child support. (c) Spouse is also in Army ROTC and there are children under
18 years old. (d) Spouse is in a military component of any Armed Service (other than Inactive Ready Reserve) when student has a child under 18 years old.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): Single parents who have legal custody of their children who are under 18 years old.
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PART VI - NONSCHOLARSIP CONTRACTING ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST (CONTINUED)
ALL NON-SCHOLARSHIP CADETS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO CONTRACT:
Enrollment Eligibility Officer: Verify the criteria below and sign the certification on page 5. (Scholarship students must also meet scholarship eligibility requirements in Part VII.)
57. SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Eligible: Never used chemic
al substances or drugs
Waiver Required: Self admitted use of chemical substances or drugs.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable) Chemical substance or drug abuse requiring professional care, which is medically disqualifying.
58. LOYALTY OATH
Eligible: Cadet signed loyalty oath.
Ineligible: Refuses to sign lo
yalty oath.
59. PRIOR SERVICE
Eligible: (a) No prior service. (b) Honorably discharged from the Armed Services with a qualifying RE code of 1 on DD Form 214. (c) Currently in the Army Reserve or National
Guard (see NOTE below).
Waiver Required: (a) Honorably discharged with an RE code other than 1 on DD Form 214. Waiver Granted (Eligible)
: Date
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): (a) Honorably discharged with a disqualifying RE code on the DD From 214. (b) More than ten (10) years Acti
ve Duty, without an exception to
policy from CC. (c) Any type of discharge other than "honorable". (d) Current or former commissioned officer, or has a certificate of eligibility for appointment as a commissioned
officer. (e) On Active Duty at time of contracting. A soldier on terminal leave is ineligible until actual separation.
NOTE: Contracted cadets cannot be in the USAR or ARNG (to include IRR) outside of the SMP program. Upon contracting, current members of the USAR or ARNG must
either
sign an SMP contract (and remain a member of the USAR or ARNG) or sever ties with their USAR or ARNG unit (the ROTC contract overrides any reserve component contract).
60. CITIZENSHIP
Eligible: U.S. Citizen. (Dual citizens must express in writing their willingness to renounce foreign citizenship if/when required.)
Ineligible (Nonwaiverable): Non-U.S. Citizen to include U.S. Nationals.
61. PLACEMENT CREDIT
of the following (as set forth in USACC Reg 145-3, Table 6-1): (a) Completed Basic Course. (b) Successfully completed LTC. (c) Completed Basic Training in one of the
Armed Services. (d) Credit
for Senior ROTC training (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, or Coast Guard). The first year of any SROTC = credit for MS I. Any additional years of
SROTC = credit for the Basic Course. (e) Participation in a service academy. One year = credit for MS I. Two years = credit for the Basic Course. (f) JROTC experience.
One = no credit. Two years = PMS may award up to MS I credit. Three years = PMS may award up to full Basic Course credit.
Ineligible (Wai
ver denied/Nonimmigrant Aliens)
62. ACADEMIC STATUS
Eligible: (a) All students must be enrolled full time AND academically aligned AND have a cumulative college GPA (if any) of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent. (b) MJC freshman
also require at least a 2.0 cumulat
ive high school GPA AND SAT score of 850 or ACT of 17.
Waiver Required: Graduate student with less than full time enrollment (waiverable)
.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): D
ate
Ineligible (Waiver denied): (a) Student is not academically aligned (Exceptions to policy may be considered); (b) Cumulative college GPA is less t
han 2.0 (nonwaiverable).
63. PHYSICAL FITNESS
Eligible: Score 180, with a minimum of 60 points in each event, on a single APFT.
Ineligibl
e (Nonwaiverable): Failure to meet eligibility criteria.
64. MEDICAL
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Eligible: Student is fully medically qualified by a DoDMERB physical.
Waiver Required: Student is medically disqualified by a DoDMERB or MEPS physical, if applicable.
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable).
65. AGE
Eligible: Student is at least 17 years of age at time of contracting and will be less than age 30 at time of commissioning.
Waiver R
equired (Prior to Contracting): Age 35 or older at time of commissioning. Brigade Commander can waive thru age 39. CG is waiver approval authority for over 39 years of age.
NOTE: Retirement benefi
ts are at risk for 33 and higher.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): Student is younger than 17 at time of contracting.
Eligible: Student is enrolling in the Alternate Entry Program, the Accelerated Cadet Commissioning Training Program, OR the student has received credit for MS I & MS II by any combination
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PART VII - SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST
ALL SCHOLARSHIP CADETS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO CONTRACT:
Enrollment Eligibility Officer: Verify the criteria below and sign the certification on page 5. Scholarship students must also meet scholarship eligibility requirements. NOTE: Green to Gold scholarship applicants must meet additional
criteria in order to apply. Refer to the current Green to Gold application for details.
66. PREVIOUS CRITERIA Eligible: (a) Four-year and three-year scholarship winners must meet criteria 55-61 on the Advanced Course Eligibility Checklist (Part VI). (b) Two-year scholarship winners must meet
criteria 55-62 on the Advanced Course Eligibility Checklist (Part VI). ( NOTE: Alternate Entry Option students are ineligible for scholarship).
Ineligible: Ineligible for contracting unless student is fully qualified.
67. MEDICAL
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Eligible: Student is fully medically qualified by DoDMERB.
Waiver Required: Student is medically disqualified by DoDMERB.
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable).
68. MAJOR
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Eligible: Student is majoring in one of the majors listed in USACC Reg 145-1.
Waiver Required: Student is not majoring in one of the majors listed in USACC Reg 145-1.
Ineligible (Waiver denied).
69. AGE
Eligible: Student must be 17 years of age within the first semester following award of the scholarship (cannot contract until reaches age 17) and be under 31 years of age on 31 December
of the calendar year of commissioning.
Ineligible (Statutory-Nonwaiverable): Student exceeds the statutory maximum age requirement IAW USACC Reg 145-1.
70. ACADEMIC STATUS
Eligible: Student must meet ALL THREE of the following criteria: (a) Academically aligned. (b) Cumulative college GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, OR student has no college GPA yet, but
has a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. (c) Full time student (in accordance with university policy - usually 12 or more credit hours).
HS GPA OR College GPA
Waiver Required: (a) Student has a cumulative college GPA of less than 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Rounding is not permitted. (b) Student has no cumulative college GPA yet, but has a cumulative
high school GPA of less than 2.5 on a 4.0 s
cale. (c) Graduate student who is enrolled less than full time.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Ineligible (Waiver deni
ed or nonwaiverable).
71. ACT/SAT
Eligible: (a) Two-yea
r scholarship recipient: no requirement (except two-year MJC). (b) Two-year MJC, three-year or four-year scholarship recipient with composite ACT score of 19 or
greater OR composite SAT score of 1000 or greater.
SCORE: SAT Verbal
SAT Math
ACT Composite
Waiver Required: Two-year MJC, three-year or four-year scholarship recipient with composite ACT score of less than 19 OR composite SAT score of less than 1000.
SCORE: SAT Verbal
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
Waiver Required: If the student does not meet the criteria above.
Ineligible (Waiver denied).
73. PHYSICAL FITNESS
Eligible: Score of 180 with 60 points in each event on a single APFT. NOTE:
All scholarship applicants must be given a physical assessment (APFT or PFT) during the face-to-face
interview for assessment of physical ability. The APFT must be passed NLT 15 Dec (or NLT 1 May for mid-term entries) at the 60/60/60 - 180 standard prior to contracting.
Ineligible (Nonwaiverable): Failure to meet eligibility criteria.
Certify by signature as many as applicable:
Signature:
Date:
BASIC COURSE: Student is eligible (fully or by waiver) for entry into the Basic Course.
Name/Rank:
NONSCHOLARSHIP: Student is eligible (fully or by waiver) to contract as a nonscholarship.
Name/Rank:
Signature: Date:
SCHOLARSHIP: Student is eligible (fully or by waiver) to contract as a scholarship recipient.
Signature:
Date:
Name/Rank:
Ineligible (Waiver denied or nonwaiverable): Two-year MJC, three-year or four-year scholarship applicant who has not taken the ACT or SAT.
Waiver Granted (Eligible): Date
SAT Math
ACT Composite
Eligible: At the time the scholarship begins, (a) Two-year scholarship recipients must have at least 4 semester/6 quarters remaining, (b) 2.5-year scholarship recipients must have at least 5
semesters/7-8 quarters remaining, (c) Three-year scholarship recipients must have 6 semesters/9 quarters remaining, or (d) 3.5-year scholarship recipients must have 7 semesters/10-11
quarters remaining.
PART VIII - ENROLLMENT OFFICER CERTIFICATION
74. CITIZENSHIP
U.S. Citizen or U.S. National. Scholarship applicants must be U.S. Citizens or U.S. Nationals prior to contracting as a scholarship Cadet. "U.S. Nationals" are persons born in American Samoa
and Swains Island. ROTC Cadets must obtain U.S. Citizenship to be eligible for appointment,
72. ACADEMIC CREDITS
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USACC Form 139-R, APRIL 2019
CADET APPLICATION AND ENROLLMENT RECORD
Instructions and Notes (USACC Pam 145-4)
The purpose of the Cadet Application and Enrollment Record (CC Form 139-R) is threefold:
1. To record necessary information for entering a Cadet into the CCIMS database.
2. To create a legal record of Cadet enrollment.
3. To guide the Enrollment Eligibility Officer through the process of determining eligibility for enrollment and contracting.
A student is not enrolled in Army ROTC until he/she has completed, signed, and initialed this form and the Enrollment Eligibility Officer certifies by signature that the student is eligible for
entry into the Basic Course. A Cadet will not be contracted until he/she has completed, signed, and initialed this form and the Enrollment Eligibility Officer certifies by signature that the
Cadet is eligible for contracting.
Contracting any student is subject to the approval of the PMS, even when all other eligibility criteria are met.
Cadre will verify that the information on this form is current and accurate during each required periodic counseling with the Cadet.
Reproduction of this form on cardstock for durability is recommended. You may fill in permanent information in ink and changeable items in pencil.
If a waiver is required, refer to the current "Approval Authority/Flow of Cadet Actions" matrix and CC Pam 145-4, or other published guidance for current processing of waivers.
This form will be retained in the Cadet's MPRJ as a permanent document and retained with the Cadet Record Brief for five years following the Cadet's appointment or disenrollment.
Notes and references:
Part I-III
Height and weight is approximate. Fully discuss with the student any physical conditions they identify in Part I.
Part IV
Signing the Loya
lty Oath is optional for noncontracted students enrolling in the Basic Course. Aliens do not sign the Loyalty Oath.
Part V
Basic Course Enrollment Eligibility (Noncontracted Cadets): See notes/instructions for Part V.
Part VI
(1) Academic Status: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4.
(2) Conscientious Objection: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1.
(3) Character: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4.
(4) Tattoos: AR 670-1, dtd 1 Jul 02, para 1-8e, TRADOC MSG dtd 011525Z, Subj: TRADOC/USAREC IET RECRUIT/CADET TATTOO/BRAND POLICY
(5) Citizenship: Must be verified. The following documents may be used in verifying U.S. Citizenship: (a) Birth Certificate, (b) Certificate of Naturalization, (c) Certificate of Naturalization of parents, (d) INS From N-560
(Certificate of Citizenship, (e) Department of State Form 1350 (Certificate of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the U.S.A.), (f) FS Form 240 (Report of Birth, Child Born Abroad of American Parent or Parents), (g) FS Form
545 (Certification of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the U.S.A.), (h) Unexpired fully valid US Passport issued in the name of the applicant. AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1 (for scholarship; CC Pam 145-4 (for processing aliens for
enrollment refer to AR 145-1, Ch 3, and CC Pam 145-4). Dual citizens must express in writing their willingness to renounce foreign citizenship if/when required.
(6) Medical: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4; AR 40-29; AR 40-501, Ch 2. Height and weight standards for prior service Cadets are found in AR 600-9. Height and weight standards for non-prior service Cadets are found
in AR 40-501 and CC Pam 145-4.
Nonscholarship Contracting Eligibility: See notes/instructions for Part VI.
Part VII
(1) Basic Course Eligibility Requirements: Cadet must meet basic course eligibility requirements - (1) - (6).
(2) Civil Conviction: AR 145-1, Ch3; CC Reg 145-1; CC Pam 145-4; and AR 601-210, Ch 4.
(3) Dependency: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4. In questions of custody, only court orders are acceptable. Powers of Attorney have no binding legal effect in such cases. Cadre will not counsel or advise sole parent
applicants to turn over legal custody; they may only advise on eligibility standards IAW Army policy.
(4) Substance Abuse: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4.
(5) Loyalty Oath: Statutory: DoD Dir 1215.8; AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Pam 145-4. Aliens specifically exempted by law.
(6) Prior Service: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1; CC Pam 145-4; AR 601-210, Table 3-6 contains RE codes and their eligibility status.
(7) Citizenship: Must be verified. The following documents may be used in verifying U.S. Citizenship: (a) Birth Certificate, (b) Certificate of Naturalization, (c) Certificate of Naturalization of parents, (d) INS From N-560
(Certificate of Citizenship, (e) Department of State Form 1350 (Certificate of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the U.S.A.), (f) FS Form 240 (Report of Birth, Child Born Abroad of American Parent or Parents), (g) FS Form
545 (Certification of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the U.S.A.), (h) Unexpired fully valid US Passport issued in the name of the applicant. AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1 (for scholarship; CC Pam 145-4 (for processing aliens for
enrollment refer to AR 145-1, Ch 3, and CC Pam 145-4). Dual citizens must express in writing their willingness to renounce foreign citizenship if/when required.
(8) Placement Credit: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1.
(9) Academic Alignment: CC Pam 145-4.
(10) Physical Fitness: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1; Cc Pam 145-4; Cadet scholarship and non-scholarship contracts.
(11) Medical: AR 145-1, Ch 3; Cc Pam 145-4; AR 40-29; AR 40-501, Ch 2. Height and weight standards for prior service Cadets are found in AR 600-9. Height and weight standards for non-prior service Cadets are found in AR
40-501 and CC Pam 145-4. Female students who are pregnant are ineligible to contract, but regain eligibility at the end of the pregnancy. Pregnancy after enrollment is not a disqualifier.
(12) Age: Statutory: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1; CC Pam 145-4.
Scholarship Contracting Eligibility. Se
e notes/instructions for Parts VI and VII.
(1) Basic Contracting Eligibility Requirements: Cadet must meet basic contracting eligibility requirements in Part VI.
(2) Medical: AR
145-1, Ch 3; Cc Pam 145-4; AR 40-29; AR 40-501, Ch 2. Height and weight standards for prior service Cadets are found in AR 600-9. Height and weight standards for non-prior service Cadets are found in
AR 40-501 and CC Pam 145-4. Female students who are pregnant are ineligible to contract, but regain eligibility at the end of the pregnancy. Pregnancy after enrollment is not a disqualifier.
(3) Major: CC Reg 145-1, Appendix F.
(4) Age: Statutory: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1.
(5) GPA: CC Reg 145-1.
(6) SAT/ACT: CC Reg 145-1.
(7) Academic Credits: CC Reg 145-1.
(8) Physical Fitness: AR 145-1, Ch 3; CC Reg 145-1; CC Pam 145-4; Cadet scholarship and non-scholarship contracts.
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