The United States Merchant Marine Academy Attn: Public Affairs Officer 300 Steamboat Road Kings Point, NY 11024-1699 516-726-5646 www.usmma.edu *** A candidate must obtain a nomination from a U.S. Senator or Repre- sentative from their home (domicile) state to be considered for an appointment. Also, must be a U.S. citizen (either by birth or naturalization), 17 to 25 years old (cannot have passed their 25th birthday by 1 July of the year they plan to enter the academy), good moral character, physical aptitude, academically qualified. You must meet the physical, security and character requirements necessary for appointment as U.S. Navy Reserve, Merchant Marine Reserve midshipmen. Take the SAT and/or the ACT no later than the first test date of the year in which you are seeking admission. Minimum qualifying test scores can be found on the website listed above. Writing scores are used for placement upon enrollment. Use College Board Code of 2923 for SAT and use ACT Code of 2974. Write to the Admissions Office for detailed information on the nomination procedure. It is advisable to apply for a nomination by June 1 of the junior year in high school. Candidates must also apply to the Academy and request an Admissions Application. Applications may also be initiated on-line through the Academy's website: www.usmma.edu. Application deadline is February 1 of year of admission. You may obtain additional information by calling the Academy, or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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