Congratulations on your NROTC Scholarship and assignment to the NROTC at Georgia Tech!
Please review the Commanding Officer’s Welcome Aboard Letter and Enclosures (1) and (2) to determine what paperwork is required prior to entry into the NROTC Battalion here at Georgia Tech.
Commanding Officer’s Welcome Aboard Letter
All paperwork must be filled out and mailed to the unit before your arrival at Georgia Tech. Submit the required paperwork postmarked not later than 15 July 2018. If you have any questions, email them to email@example.com.
Mail completed paperwork to:
NROTC Atlanta Region
225 North Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0125
Complete, Sign and Return:
- Enclosure (4), NROTC Questionnaire and Sizing Data (Please complete and Email to LT Vangel by June 20th)
- Enclosure (5), Sports Physical
- Enclosure (6), NAVPERS 6070-602
- Enclosure (7), Privacy Act Statement
- Enclosure (8), Direct Deposit Form (SF 1199A) and Instructions
- Enclosure (9), Immunization Record
- Enclosure (10), Memorandum of Understanding
Read (will be signed when you report to INFORM):
- Enclosure (12), SGLV 8286 (Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance Election and Certificate)
- Enclosure (11), NROTC Scholarship Service Agreement (NSTC 1533 153)
- Enclosure (13), NROTC Drug and Alcohol Statement of Understanding (NSTC 1533 153)
- Enclosure (14), Drug and Alcohol Abuste SOU (OPNAV 5350 1)
- Enclosure (15), Acceptance and Oath of Office (NSTC 1533 126)
- Enclosure (16), NROTC Concept of Honor (NSTC 1533 121)
- Enclosure (17), Campus Map
New Student Orientation Information and Instructions
What to bring: Student Guidance 2018
What to know: Enclosure (18), Training Manual 2018
New Student Orientation (NSO) will be conducted from 14 August 2018 until 18 August 2018. Students will report to the NROTC Unit at Georgia Tech on Tuesday August 14 for admin processing and uniform issue. You must be fully medically qualified by DODMERB or have a sports physical from a family physician clearing you for rigorous physical activity in order to participate in NSO.
Further information and schedules will be provided in June as the training schedule is confirmed. At this point, do not register for FASET VII, it’s dates conflict with those of NSO
Students should be prepared to complete and excel at the Navy PFA (Marine PFT for Marine scholarship candidates).
The Navy PFA consists of two minutes of situps, two minutes of pushups, and a 1.5 mile run. Students must receive at least a ‘Good Low’ for the 20-24 age bracket in every category, though all students are expected to exceed this standard. Scholarships will not be activated if the student fails the PFA or does not meet physical standards. This means that their tuition will not be paid by the scholarship until they meet the standards. It is important that students prepare themselves physically for New Student Orientation to avoid any issues!
- Navy Option Male PRT Standards: http://www.navy-prt.com/malestandard/20-24.html
- Navy Option Female PRT Standards: http://www.navy-prt.com/femalestandard/20-24.html
Although not required, it is recommended that Marine Option students maintain a PFT score of 265 or higher to successfully complete the 6-week OCS course after their junior year. The Combat Fitness Test (CFT) minimum score is 235.
All students must meet the applicable standard above during their First Class year in order to commission.
All students are expected to improve their level of physical readiness achievement as they progress through the program.
Go to this link for questions regarding scoring for each age group. http://www.fitness.marines.mil/pft-cft_standards17/
Navy Freshman Advisor: LT James Vangel, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marine Officer Instructor: Capt Noah Joseph, email@example.com