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  • Admissions: Driving Directions
    Forms and Downloads Staying in Touch Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions AIM Summer Program Application Process Cadet Life and Career Options Early Action Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Driving Directions Driving Directions and Parking The Admissions Office is located at 31 Mohegan Drive New London Connecticut On arrival please present photo identification at the security gate and

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=135 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: AIM Summer Program
    and Payment Travel and Planning Forms and Downloads Staying in Touch Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions AIM Summer Program Application Process Cadet Life and Career Options Early Action Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff FEATURED VIDEO Learn more about the Academy AIM Summer Program Since the 1950s approximately 14 150 high school students have discovered the United States Coast Guard Academy by attending the Academy Introduction Mission AIM program Exclusively for students preparing to enter their senior year of high school AIM is now widely regarded as the most realistic service academy summer orientation program in the country AIM will test and inspire those interested in serving their country and humanity as officers in the nation s oldest continuous maritime service In six non stop days immerse yourself in Academy tradition and cadet life The program is intense and rewarding More importantly AIM will help you to discover if you possess the mind body and character to succeed at the U S Coast Guard Academy 2016 Session Dates Sunday through Friday I 3 8 July II 10 15 July III 17 22 July Key Dates Early February AIM

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  • Admissions: What to Expect
    Because cadets and officers are called to a life of public service their words and signatures are regarded as verification of the truth Thus cadets live by the hallowed words engraved in Chase Hall Who lives here reveres honor honors duty The Honor Concept is demonstrated when you put the interests of others ahead of your own The Creed of the United States Coast Guardsman reflects on our higher purpose and the bond between shipmates and those the Coast Guard serves During AIM you will have the chance to experience this bond While attending AIM you are encouraged to embrace the spirit of the Honor Concept and Creed making both your own Non Stop From the moment your AIM battalion forms up you will move non stop Your day starts with reveille and calisthenics at 0600 6 a m and ends with taps and lights out at 2200 10 p m In between you will be in the classroom on the athletic field or Washington Parade Ground You will experience the military discipline physical training team building and leadership development that make up Swab Summer Expect to be pushed physically Plan to encounter safe but stressful situations you will learn to respond effectively in times of hardship or crisis such as you might experience during a Coast Guard mission Expect your biggest challenges and rewards from your cadet cadre who walked in your shoes just three years earlier Featured Events AIM Robotics on the Water AROW Competition You and your teammates work with cadet cadre Engineering faculty and engineering mentors to design build and test a waterborne robotic device able to perform Coast Guard missions Teams compete for honors and awards in Roland Hall on Family Day FIT Workshop A top ranked AIM program the FIT workshop equips you with

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions.aspx?id=6495 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: AIM Eligibility and Selection
    Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Eligibility and Selection If you are considering applying to a military service academy interested in serving your country and identify with the guardian ethos of the Coast Guard then you should seriously consider attending AIM this summer Basic Eligibility AIM is exclusively for students about to begin their senior year of high school To apply you should be A U S citizen dual citizenship is fine Between 16 and 18 years of age Unmarried not pregnant and have no legal obligations to support anyone including a child Physically fit in good health with weight proportional to height Of good moral character Academically successful with demonstrated leadership skill and achievement outside the classroom Covered by health insurance during your AIM session Contact the Admissions Office if you have any of these medical conditions which might be disqualifying for AIM Recent surgery and or mobility problems Color blindness Current use of an inhaler Food or insect allergies Vision not correctable to 20 20 Applicant Selection All complete on time applications from eligible students will be personally reviewed by the Admissions staff You will be

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  • Admissions: Application
    Driving Directions AIM Summer Program What to Expect AIM Eligibility and Selection Application Tuition and Payment Travel and Planning Forms and Downloads Staying in Touch Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions AIM Summer Program Application Process Cadet Life and Career Options Early Action Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Application The AIM application is submitted online and will open in February 2016 To get started create a Bear s Den account and keep your user name and password handy The information you submit will be used to launch your AIM application and later if you choose an Academy application Decision notifications will be sent by email Requirements Online application which includes several short answer responses Guidance or college counselor recommendation Most recent official high school transcript Standardized test scores optional and encouraged if you have them Instructions for submitting the recommendation and transcript are contained in the online application There is no application fee Before Beginning Please have the following items handy before you start the application Your preferred email address Guidance counselor name email phone number and mailing address Scanned copy of your most recent high school transcript

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=6496 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Tuition and Payment
    Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Tuition and Payment Tuition and Expenses The tuition to attend a session is 475 which pays for your room and board supplies and equipment including uniform shirts and shorts Plan to bring 25 50 if you want extra snacks or souvenirs June 1 Tuition payment deadline Payment is made online A link will be provided when accepted With the exception of scholarship recipients each student is responsible for arranging transportation to and from the Coast Guard Academy Those flying commercially should arrive in Providence Rhode Island T F Green Airport PVD or Hartford Connecticut Bradley International Airport BDL Buses and Academy staff will be on hand to get you to the Academy and back to the airport Ferry and train service to New London are available A short taxi ride from the downtown transportation terminal costs about 10 Taxis wait outside of the terminal Friends and family are invited to return on Family Day graduation and should plan on these travel expenses Scholarships The Academy wants to ensure that cost is not an obstacle for any student chosen to attend AIM Students

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  • Admissions: Travel and Planning
    Coast Guard auxiliarists active duty personnel and Academy alumni are referred to as Partners Their deep experience means your cadet cadre have the time to focus on your introduction to Cadet life The Week at a Glance Your company schedule will be set when you arrive A typical week consists of Day 1 Uniform issue opening ceremonies and cadet cadre introductions Day 2 Campus tour introduction to engineering team project drill practice intercompany athletics FIT workshop Day 3 Engineering design session meet with intercollegiate coaches drill practice sports cookout FIT workshop Day 4 Sailing engineering build session Physical Fitness Exam FIT workshop Day 5 Indoctrination test formal room inspection Hopley Yeaton ceremony presentation of diploma Day 6 Family Day engineering competition group photo battalion review graduation and farewell Plan of the Day The Plan of the Day POD is issued by unit commanders to organize their officers and enlisted personnel Your POD will usually look like this 0600 Reveille 0610 Calisthenics 0700 Morning meal 0800 Morning session 1200 Formation and noon meal 1300 Physical activity 1545 Sports 1730 Formation and evening meal 1815 Cadre time 1900 Evening session 2200 Taps lights out Medical Your safety and well being is the Academy s top priority To participate in AIM you must have current medical insurance evidenced by an insurance card Our medical support team includes Athletic trainers On site during athletic and physical fitness sessions Medical staff A team of five led by a board certified physician is on call 24 hours a day Medical transport team Partners accompany you whenever medically necessary on and off campus Lawrence and Memorial Hospital Acute and emergent care is available 24 hours a day The hospital is located 3 8 miles from campus a seven to eight minute ride Academy medical clinic Eligible military dependents may be treated at the Academy clinic with a valid military identification card Rules You will be expected to do your best to live by the Academy s core values of Honor Respect and Devotion to Duty In the spirit of good order and discipline please observe these rules The use of drugs alcohol tobacco and smokeless tobacco products is prohibited Independently departing Chase Hall or the Academy grounds is not permitted Do not hang objects in or out of the windows Food may not be stored prepared or consumed in barracks rooms Rooms that are not your own are off limits unless invited and escorted by the occupant Rooms are kept neat and orderly according to the standards the cadre share with you Valuables should be secured when your room is vacant You should be in your room with lights out by 10 p m Arrival With the exception of scholarship recipients you are responsible to arrange your own transportation to and from the Academy The Academy will provide transportation for students only to and from T F Greene Providence Rhode Island PVD or Bradley International Hartford Connecticut BDL airports Commercial Transportation Airports T F Greene Providence Rhode

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions3.aspx?id=6544 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Forms and Documents
    Cadets Director s Welcome Director s Biography Campus Visit Featured Programs Plan Your Trip Make the Most of Your Visit Driving Directions AIM Summer Program What to Expect AIM Eligibility and Selection Application Tuition and Payment Travel and Planning Forms and Downloads Staying in Touch Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions AIM Summer Program Application Process Cadet Life and Career Options Early Action Medical PFE Preparation for Non Seniors Standardized Tests

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