Academy Nominations 2022
Because of the extremely keen competition for nominations, you are urged to apply to every nominating authority for which your eligibility allows (i.e., Senator Tuberville, your Congressman, Presidential, Vice-Presidential, Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans, etc.). While you are encouraged to apply to a number of sources if eligible, you should not specify a different academy with each application; careful thought and consideration should be given to your first choice of an academy and it should be listed as your first choice across the board in order to increase your chances for receiving a nomination. That said, if you receive a nomination from another source, I will not be able to duplicate that nomination. In order that more Alabama students will have an opportunity to be reviewed by the academies, please let me know immediately if you are nominated by another authority. Additionally, should you change your career goals and decide not to pursue a nomination to a service academy, please notify me, as it will offer the opportunity to another student.
Please note that each Congressional Office uses a selection process that is designed to meet its own needs and standards. The different procedures are often confusing to applicants who apply to more than one source; however, last-minute misunderstandings can be avoided by carefully studying and following the instructions of each office.
All applicants should read the entire Information Sheet before completing academy forms.
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