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  • Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions - Preparation for Non-Seniors
    homeschooled students A There are no special requirements for homeschooled students but we recommend a comprehensive curriculum guide be provided along with the academic transcript It is also recommended that homeschooled students take as part of their curriculum courses at a local community college The required instructor recommendations should be done whenever possible by private tutors or community college professors Q Can I visit the Academy A Yes The Academy grounds are open to the public year round The Admissions Office is open from Monday through Friday 8 00 a m to 4 30 p m during the academic year We offer a formal admissions briefing every Monday and Friday excluding holidays at 1 00 p m A self guided tour of the campus is encouraged If you are interested in visiting the Admissions Office or attending one of the briefings please access our events calendar If you have not yet established a profile select Login at the top right of the page to create a user profile Q Is participation in high school sports required of applicants A When reviewing applicants files we are looking for well rounded students Part of the application is the Physical Fitness Examination PFE and PE teacher coach evaluation We do require that cadets maintain their physical fitness so being physically fit before arriving is necessary Participation in organized sports prior to arriving at the Academy is not required however being involved in a variety of extracurricular activities including physical fitness is recommended Q I am very involved in scouting or JROTC or Civil Air Patrol etc Does this give me an advantage over other applicants A The Coast Guard Academy recognizes the hard work and dedication necessary to achieve positions in organizations such as Boy Scouts Girl Scouts JROTC Civil Air Patrol etc

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=317 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions - Standardized Tests
    Non Seniors Standardized Tests Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Frequently Asked Questions Standardized Tests Q How does the Coast Guard Academy treat my test scores A It may be advantageous for you to take the SAT or ACT more than once If you take an exam multiple times we will calculate your total from the highest score in each category For example if you take the SATs in December and again in May your scores may vary by category December May 650 Math 660 Math 630 Critical Reading 610 Critical Reading We will use the 660 Math and the 630 Critical Reading in the consideration of your file for admission to the Academy Q What are the average standardized test scores for entering students A In recent years the average SAT I math score has been about 650 and critical reading score has been about 620 Cadets in the 25th to 75th percentile of their class usually score between 1230 and 1350 The average ACT composite score has been 27 Q Do you accept extended time or untimed SAT or ACT scores A No Only tests taken without special accommodation will be considered Q Do you require SAT II scores A No But if you ve taken the SAT II the Cadet Candidate Evaluation Board will consider that information when your application is reviewed Q I am taking an SAT ACT test with the test date prior to the application deadline however it is very close to the deadline Will you still use those scores A If you have not taken the SAT ACT before notify your Admissions Officer If you have taken the SAT ACT previously we will be able to finalize your application Q I am taking an SAT ACT test with the

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=318 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions - Statistics
    Questions Statistics Q How many cadets are there at the Coast Guard Academy A Approximately 1 000 Q What is the size of the incoming class A The average entering class size is 240 Q What is the faculty to student ratio at CGA A 1 8 Q How many varsity club sports does the Coast Guard Academy have A Coast Guard Academy cadets both men and women compete at the Division III level during intercollegiate athletics We have 25 varsity teams and a variety of club sports Please visit our athletics site for more information on our varsity sports Q What is the average number of cadets per course A Fourth third class year freshmen sophomore the range is 20 to 25 cadets per section of a course For the second first class year junior senior the range of cadets per section of a course is 10 to 15 Q How many people apply for admission A Over 4 000 applicants start the process each year and over 2 000 are ultimately evaluated for an appointment Q How many applicants are offered appointments A There are approximately 300 full appointments depending on the targeted class size offered each year

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=319 (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Congressional Military Service Fair Information
    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 Statistics Request More Information Congressional Staff Meet the Admissions Staff Congressional Academy Fair Information Although the U S Coast Guard Academy does not presently require a Congressional nomination we make every effort to provide representation at service academy events hosted by Senators and members of Congress throughout the country These are events designed to introduce students and parents to the unique benefits of a service academy education They include presentations from each of the five Federal service academies along with a discussion of the nomination process If you are organizing a Congressional event and would like to request Coast Guard Academy representation our Military Fairs Liaison Officer is your primary point of contact Every effort will be made to meet your request for representation Please make every effort to make your request three

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/academyfair_request/ (2016-02-14)
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  • Admissions: Meet the Admissions Staff
    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 Meet the Admissions Staff Our highest priority is to help you make the college decision that s right for you If that choice is the Academy we want to help you put your best foot forward in the selection process and be ready for Reporting Day Getting to know you and your goals is our starting point Admissions Officers each manage a territory and work directly with applicants You will work with the Admission Officer assigned to the state territory or region you live in Most are Academy graduates and work in the Academy Admissions office They are assisted by Reserve Officers who live in various locations around the country and typically have more career experience in the Coast Guard Outreach Officers are another great resource for you Their job is to connect with students who offer a lot to the service but know little about the great opportunities in the Coast Guard and at

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id=827 (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

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/AIM/ (2016-02-14)
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  • United States Coast Guard Academy
    más prestigiosas y selectivas instituciones de educación superior que prepara a hombres y mujeres jóvenes para convertirse en futuros oficiales líderes de la Guardia Costera de Estados Unidos A fin de cumplir con las necesidades profesionales de la Guardia Costera la Academia brinda una experiencia académica atlética y militar integral con una exigencia mayor que la de los institutos no militares Si bien la búsqueda y rescate marítimo es la

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  • United States Coast Guard Academy
    al Graduarse Entrenamiento de Liderazgo Carreras y Oportunidades Ex Alumnos y Sus Carreras Perfil Laura A Delgado Perfil Kristopher J Lopez Perfil Kristopher M Valdez VISITANDO EL CAMPUS El campus de la Academia de la Guardia Costera de Estados Unidos está localizado en New London Connecticut en la costa oeste del Río Thames Tiene 26 edificios en 103 acres de tierra Se encuentra justo entre la Ciudad de Nueva York al sur y Boston Massachusetts al norte por lo que es fácil de acceder por avión tren autobús o automóvil Nuestra dirección física es U S Coast Guard Academy Admissions 31 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Resúmenes de admisión y giras con cadetes Se llevan a cabo los lunes y viernes mayormente y durante ciertos miércoles a la 1 p m en Waesche Hall Giras individuales Los visitantes pueden tomar una gira por su cuenta diariamente entre las 9 a m hasta las 4 30 p m No hay cargos de entrada pero se requiere identificación para acceder el campus Hay mapas disponibles en el Museo o en la Oficina de Admisiones ambos en Waesche Hall al norte del campus Estacionamiento Hay espacios para visitantes claramente indicados cerca del

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/espanol2.aspx?id=2965 (2016-02-14)
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