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FY 11 STA-21 NAVY OFFICERS PROGRAM BRIEF

FY 11 STA-21 NAVY OFFICERS PROGRAM BRIEF

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    • Seaman to Admiral 21 Brief USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74) March 26, 2011
      • LT Schnarr, Supply
      • LT Green, Intel
      • LT MacDermid, Reactor
      • NCC Moise, Command Career Counselor
      • “ People should have the opportunity to excel, and be all they can be, even if they don't get a perfect or traditional start.”
      • - Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Boorda
    • STA-21
      • A full-time UNDERGRADUATE education and follow-on commissioning program
        • Applicable to enlisted personnel of the regular Navy and Naval Reserve on active duty
      • Selectees are provided a maximum of up to 36 months to complete a baccalaureate degree
      • Upon degree completion, selectees will become commissioned officers
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 will…
      • Pay ALL Sailors their full pay, allowances, and benefits
      • Provide up to $10K per year (paid to the university) for
      • tuition, books and fees
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Programs Consolidated 04/07/11
    • STA-21 Eligibility
      • U.S. citizen. No waivers!
      • Recommended by CO.
        • Good moral character, officer potential, academic ability, and unquestionable loyalty.
      • Active duty member of the Navy or Naval Reserve
        • Including FTS, National Call to Service, and SELRES ( Re-enlist into Active Duty )
        • Not ACDUTRA or AT
      • Able to complete degree in 36 months or less.
      • High School Grad/GED
      • Able to be commissioned prior to 27 th birthday.
        • Age requirements for certain STA-21 option programs differ.
      • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5/4.0 while enrolled.
        • Nuclear/CEC/Medical 3.0/4.0
      • Must be physically qualified and have passed the latest 3 PFA cycles.
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Eligibility (Continued)
      • SAT – V 500/M 500 or
      • ACT – E 20/M 21
        • No waivers for test scores .
        • Nuclear 1140 SAT (comb) or 50 ACT (comb M/E)
      • No record of courts-martial or civilian felony convictions.
      • No record of DWI/DUI within the three (3) years preceding application deadline.
        • Substantiated drug/alcohol incident while in enlisted status will be assessed.
      • No record of disciplinary action under Article 15, UCMJ, or conviction by civil court for misdemeanors (except minor offenses <$300) during the three (3) years preceding application deadline.
      • Students presently enrolled in other officer accession programs are not eligible.
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Eligibility (FAQs)
      • Q: How many years in service do I need
      • to have to apply to STA-21?
      • A: STA-21 has no minimum time in
      • service requirement. In other words, all
      • enlisted personnel from the junior Sailor
      • in 'A' School to the seasoned Chief Petty
      • Officer can apply, so long as the
      • applicant meets the minimum age
      • requirement set by the program they
      • desire to enter.
      • Q: What happens if I am selected for an
      • option, but after my physical I am
      • found not physically qualified?
      • A: You must be found physically
      • qualified for the option in which you are
      • selected. If you are not found physically
      • qualified, your selection must be
      • withdrawn.
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Eligibility (FAQs)
      • Q: Suppose I want to get laser surgery
      • done on my eyes in order to be found
      • physically qualified for aviation, how will
      • that affect my selection status?
      • A: You must be found fit for duty and
      • physically qualified by BUMED before
      • you can receive orders to participate in
      • the program.
      • Q: What if I become pregnant after
      • I am selected for STA-21 program?
      • A: Pregnancy does not restrict a
      • selected STA-21 applicant from school
      • matriculation.
      04/07/11 Q.  Can a single parent apply for STA-21? A.  Yes they can, as long as they have complied with the requirements specified in OPNAVINST 1740.4D, “Family Care Plan”. 
    • STA-21 Benefits (FAQs)
      • Q: Will I qualify for base housing?
      • A: Yes, students in the STA-21 Program
      • will remain on active duty, so they will
      • maintain all associated benefits. This
      • includes base housing, health care,
      • exchange/commissary privileges, etc.
      • Living in base housing is not a
      • guarantee, as it depends on availability
      • and other unique aspects of the area
      • near the university selected.
      • Q: Am I eligible for advancement while in
      • the program?
      • A: Yes, while participating in the STA-21
      • Commissioning Program, all Sailors are
      • eligible for normal enlisted
      • advancement.
      04/07/11 Q: Can I use Tuition Assistance or the Navy College Fund while participating in STA-21? A: No, STA-21 students are not eligible for TA, or NCF while participating in STA-21. However, you do not lose the benefits. They can be used for higher education after commissioning.
    • STA-21 Schooling (FAQs)
      • Q: What is my affiliation with the
      • NROTC Unit while I'm in school?
      • A: Participants in the STA-21 Program
      • are members of the NROTC Unit
      • associated with the university they
      • attend. They are strongly encouraged to
      • hold positions within the Unit, will drill
      • with the Unit, and will participate in all
      • NROTC Unit activities. The only
      • exceptions to this rule are (1) the Naval
      • Science courses already completed at
      • the Naval Science Institute (NSI) will
      • not be taken while attending college,
      • and (2) STA-21 officer candidates will
      • not participate in midshipman summer
      • cruises.
      • Q: What colleges can I attend?
      • A: Participants in the STA-21 Program
      • can attend any NROTC affiliated
      • university (including cross-town
      • schools). Except Nurse, Nuclear, and
      • Civil Engineer Corps Options, which
      • must attend specific schools. NSTC
      • determines university assignments for
      • STA-21 Sailors based on a number of
      • factors including their application
      • request, NROTC Unit openings, etc.
      04/07/11 Q: Do I participate in midshipmen summer cruises? A: No, because of the year-round studies, summer cruises will not be available for STA-21 Sailors.
    • STA-21 Schooling (FAQs)
      • Q: Are application fees refundable?
      • A: Yes, your application fees to the
      • school to which you are assigned can be
      • considered a reimbursable expense.
      • Receipts must be shown in order to
      • liquidate your claim. However, if you
      • apply to more than one university, you
      • may only claim one application fee.
      • Q: When will I be issued orders to
      • begin the program?
      • A: You will receive orders once you
      • have submitted an acceptance letter,
      • valid degree plan, HIV results, and been
      • determined physically qualified by BUMED.
      04/07/11 Q: Will the STA-21 program provide me with a personal desktop computer? A: No, any computer needs may be provided by the university or ROTC unit. Q: Will I be eligible for grants and other scholarships offered by the schools? A: Yes, you may apply and receive grants, scholarships and student loans offered to you by other sources. You should contact the university financial aid office for eligibility requirements.
    • Program Options 04/07/11 NUCLEAR STAFF CORPS CORE PILOT SURFACE NFO RESTRICTED SPECWAR INFO WARFARE SWO/IP SWO/ED EOD INTEL SWO/OCEANO MEDICAL CORPS CEC NURSE CORPS SUPPLY CORPS UNRESTRICTED STA-21 HUMAN RESOURCE OCEANOGRAPHY
    • FY-10 & 11 STA-21 Selection Goals 04/07/11 FY10 FY11 Option Goal Qualified Select Goal Qualified Select CEC 4 55 4 2 44 2 CORE 23 94 31 30 74 30 HR 2 17 2 2 28 2 IW 8 35 8 2 57 2 INTEL 8 64 8 2 87 2 MEDICAL 2 57 2 2 35 2 NFO 25 30 24 4 14 4 NUCLEAR 50 111 46 30 57 30 NURSE 18 30 18 9 19 9 OCEANO 4 10 4 PILOT 35 74 35 8 69 8 EOD 3 12 3 2 9 2 SPEC WAR 4 1 1 2 4 2 SUPPLY 3 41 3 2 31 2 SWO 32 34 31 8 47 8 SWO/ED 4 37 4 2 32 2 SWO/IP 3 13 3 2 9 2 SWO/OCEANO 2 10 2 2 2 2 TOTAL 226 715 225 115 628 115
    • Core Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 27 th birthday. Maximum age limit may be adjusted to - prior 29 th birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Must be able to complete requirements for baccalaureate degree in 36 months.
      • Must complete 2 semesters of calculus and calculus-based physics. Grade of 2.0 (C or better).
      • Maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.
      • To commission, must pass medical standards in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • Incur a 5 year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Nuclear Option
      • The only applicants eligible to apply are those currently:
        • Enrolled in Nuclear Field “A” School, Naval Nuclear Power School or Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit.
        • Assigned to Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit or Fleet Interactive Display Equipment (FIDE) Trainer as staff pickup instructors or sea returnee instructors.
        • Assigned to Naval Nuclear Power Training Command as sea returnee instructors.
      • Must be able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to age 26 ½ years
        • For students and staff pickup instructors. Waivers may be considered on a case-by-case basis for those who would not exceed age 29 ½ at commissioning. Sea returnee staff instructors must be commissioned prior to their 31st birthday.
      04/07/11
    • Nuclear Option (Continued)
      • Applicants must have a combined 1140 SAT (minimum of 500/500) or combined 50 ACT (minimum 20V/21M).
      • Have finished sufficient undergraduate work to complete requirements for baccalaureate degree in 36 months.
      • Must attend 1 of 18 NROTC universities.
      • Must major in technical curricula and maintain 3.0/4.0 GPA.
      • Open to men and women.
      • Candidates must meet physical qualification requirements for submarines and/or nuclear field duty.
      • Incur 5-year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Pilot Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be
      • commissioned prior to 27th birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Maximum age limit may be adjusted to - prior 29 th
      • birthday.
      • Achieve a score of Academic Qualification Rating/AQR(4) and Pilot Flight Aptitude Rating/PFR(5) on the Aviation Selection Test Battery/ASTB. joyce.wrightwayne@med.navy.mil, ( 850) 452-2257 ext 1091
      • Must pass Student Naval Aviator flight physical exam.
      • Incur an eight year active duty obligation upon date of designation as a Naval Aviator or six years from date of disenrollment from flight training unless released by the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower and Personnel).
      04/07/11
    • NFO Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 27th birthday. Maximum age limit may be adjusted to prior 31st birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Achieve a passing score of AQR(4) and FOFAR(5) on the ASTB. Must pass Student Naval Flight Officer flight physical exam.
        • [email_address] (850)452-2257 ext 1091.
      • STA-21 NFO Option officer candidates will incur a six year active duty obligation upon date of designation as a Naval Flight Officer or six years from date of disenrollment from flight training.
      04/07/11
    • SWO Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 28 th birthday. No Waiver!
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • STA-21 SWO Option selectees will incur a five year active duty
      • obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • CEC Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and
      • be commissioned prior to 42nd birthday.
      • Have sufficient college credits to complete
      • ABET engineering degree or NAAB
      • architecture degree within 36 months.
      • Must maintain a 3.0/4.0 minimum GPA.
      • Preferred degrees are civil, mechanical and electrical engineering.
      • Open to all ratings. Selectees must have at least four years of active duty (of which at least three years were in an other than formal training environment).
      • Medically qualified (Same as Core Program with exception that color blindness not disqualifying).
      • Incur a 5-year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      • www.npc.navy.mil/Officer/Pers44/CivilEngineerCorps
      04/07/11
    • SPECWAR Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 29th birthday. Limit may be adjusted for active service up to 24 months. Waivers beyond 24 months may be considered for personnel who possess exceptional qualifications, provided they can be commissioned prior to the 35th birthday.
      • Must pass physical qualification IAW Medical Manual, Chapter 15, including qualification for diving duty and/or combat swimmer.
      • Incur five-year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      • Applicants must have one of the following
      • NECs: 5323, 5326, 8491, or 8492.
      • Open to males only.
      04/07/11
    • Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) (Formerly SPECOP)
      • Selectees must be able to complete degree requirements
      • and be commissioned prior to 29th birthday. Limit may
      • be adjusted upward for active service up to 24 months.
      • Waivers beyond 24 months may be considered
      • for personnel who possess exceptional qualifications,
      • provided they can be commissioned prior to the 35 th
      • birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all
      • ratings.
      • Applicants must have one of the following NECs: 5332, 5333, 5334, 5335, 5336, 5337, 5342, 5343, 8493, or 8494.
      04/07/11
    • Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) (Formerly SPECOP) - (cont’d)
      • Must pass physical qualification in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15, including qualification for diving duty and/or combat swimmer.
      • Incur five-year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Nurse Corps Option
      • Must be at least 18 years old. Must complete
      • degree requirements and be commissioned prior
      • to 42 nd birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Exempt from the Calculus and Physics requirement
      • of STA-21 Core program.
        • Must meet math/science requirements of Nursing degree program.
      • Must have completed a minimum of 45 quarter, or 30 semester credit hours in undergraduate nursing prerequisite courses; Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Nutrition, Sociology, History, General English and Math, and PE Class .
      04/07/11
    • Nurse Corps Option (Continued)
      • Available only at specially identified NROTC affiliated colleges or universities with nursing programs that confer a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing that is accredited by the NLNAC or the CCNE. Must meet licensure requirements.
      • Selectees will incur a five-year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Supply Corps Option
      • Selectees must be able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 31 st birthday. No waivers.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Applicants must earn a baccalaureate degree in a business, engineering or math-related field.
      • Must pass medical standards in accordance with the of the Medical Manual, Chapter 15 – color blindness not disqualifying.
      • STA-21 Supply Corps Option selectees will incur a five year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Intel Option
      • Must be at least 18 years old and be able to complete the degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 35 th birthday.
      • This option is open to men and women of all ratings.
      • Must pass physical standards in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15 – color blindness not disqualifying.
      • Applicants who are selected, must have a current TS/SCI clearance or provide proof that TS/SCI documentation has been submitted.
      • Incur a 5 year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Information Warfare Option
      • Must be at least 18 years old and be able to complete the degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 35 th birthday.
      • This option is available to all ratings for candidates possessing Information Warfare (IW) skills in the areas of signals, foreign languages (emphasis on middle and far eastern languages) and information systems technologies and networks.
      04/07/11
    • Information Warfare Option (Continued)
      • Must pass physical standards in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15 – color blindness not disqualifying.
      • Applicants who are selected, must have a current TS/SCI clearance or provide proof that TS/SCI documentation has been submitted.
      • Incur a 5 year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Medical Corps Option
      • Applicants must be at least 18 years old and able to complete 20 years of active commissioned service as a physician by age 62.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • Med. Corps option participants will attend NROTC affiliated colleges/universities with pre-medical programs that confer a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) and will not be allowed to transfer to another school while participating in the Med. Corps program.
      • Participants in the Med. Corps are required to take the Medical College Administration Test (MCAT) no later than 1 year prior to undergraduate degree completion. (MCAT scores must be a minimum of 24 with no individual score less than 8)
      • All Med. Corps options must be accepted to Uniform Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) or Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) may need to apply for HPSP in Junior Year to complete the medical education component of this STA-21 program.
      04/07/11
    • Medical Corps Option (Continued)
      • Selectees for the Medical Corps must volunteer to enlist for 6 years from the date of enrollment. Payment of selective reenlistment bonus is not authorized for selectees who reenlist for the purpose of meeting this obligated service requirement.
      • Selectees will be required to serve 5 years of Active Duty upon commissioning in addition to obligations incurred from attending medical school which are as follows:
      • - 4 yrs at USUHS will incur a 7 yr obligation in addition to 5 yrs already owed, totaling 12 yrs of service.
      • - Each year under HPSP scholarship translates to one year of service in addition to 5 yrs already owed which in most cases would be 9 yrs.
      • The service obligation will commence after completion of medical school.
      04/07/11
    • SWO (IP) Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned
      • prior to 28 th birthday. No Waiver!
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance
      • with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • STA-21 SWO (IP) Option selectees will incur a five year active
      • duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • SWO/OCEANO Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned
      • prior to 28 th birthday. No Waiver!
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance
      • with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • STA-21 SWO (OCEANO) Option selectees will incur a five year
      • active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • SWO/Engineering Duty (ED) Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned
      • prior to 35 th birthday. No Waiver!
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance
      • with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • STA-21 SWO (ED) Option selectees will incur a five year active
      • duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Human Resource (HR) Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned
      • prior to 29 th birthday.
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance
      • with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • STA-21 HR Option selectees will incur a five year active duty
      • obligation upon commissioning. Additional obligated service may
      • be incurred as a result of special training received following
      • commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • Oceanography Option
      • Able to complete degree requirements and be commissioned prior to 35th birthday. No waiver!
      • Available for active duty Navy enlisted personnel of all ratings.
      • To commission, must meet medical standards in accordance with the Medical Manual, Chapter 15.
      • Oceanography SELECTEES must have TS/SCI clearance or proof that clearance has been requested from Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
      • STA-21 Oceanography Option selectees will incur a five year active duty obligation upon commissioning.
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Program Application
      • Part 1
        • On-Line: https://www.sta-21.navy.mil
          • Statistical Data
          • Check Application Status
          • Update Application
      • Part 2
        • Mail-In Portion:
        • Naval Service Training Command OD2 (STA-21) 250 Dallas Street, Ste. A Pensacola, FL 32508-5268
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Program Application (Continued)
      • Applicant’s Responsibility:
        • Application cover letter
        • Personal statement
        • Evals
        • SAT/ACT scores
        • ASTB (Pilot or NFO only)
        • High school transcripts or GED
        • College Transcript(s) – if applicable. In order to receive credit for an Associates degree, it must be documented on SMART or College transcript.
        • SMART transcript
        • Photograph (Nuclear Only)
        • Intel, IW and Oceanography selectees must have a current TS/SCI clearance or provide proof that TS/SCI documentation has been submitted.
        • Page 13 Statement of Understanding (for each option)
        • PFA/PRT results (last 3 cycles printed from PRIMS)
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Program Application (Continued)
      • Command’s Responsibility:
        • CO Endorsement letter with ranking- signed and dated
        • CO Recommendation Form
        • Interview board appraisal sheets (3)
      • Nomination Review Board’s Responsibility:
        • Chairperson Recommendation Form
        • Interview board appraisal sheets (3)
        • Interview Verification Form – signed and dated by both Commanding Officers
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Program Application (Continued)
      • Application Deadline :
        • Applications must be post-marked NLT
        • 1 July of application year.
        • Those applications received missing the above information or postmarked later than due date will not be eligible for Selection Board. Extenuating circumstances will be considered on a case by case basis. Should be addressed in CO’s endorsement.
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Application (FAQs)
      • Q:  When is the earliest/latest that I can
      • submit my application?
      • A: As early as possible, but not later
      • than 1 July. 
      • Q: When is the latest I can take the
      • SAT/ACT exam?
      • A: Certified SAT or ACT Assessment test
      • scores must be included in the
      • application and received by NSTC no
      • later than 1 July of application year. As
      • it normally takes 4 to 6 weeks to obtain
      • test results, early registration and
      • testing are essential.
      04/07/11 Q: Should I include my Enlisted Evaluations (evals) with my application? A: Certified copies of the last five (5) observed evals must be submitted with the STA-21 application. Q: What is the minimum SAT score I need to apply? A: 500 Math and 500 Critical Reading (or ACT test scores of 21 Math and 20 English). Nuclear Option must have minimum of 1140 SAT (combined) or 50 ACT (combined Math/English). These scores are not waiverable.
    • STA-21 Application (FAQs)
      • Q: Does my Commanding Officer have
      • to complete the Commanding Officer's
      • Recommendation Form in addition to
      • his/her endorsement?
      • A: Yes, the Commanding Officer's
      • Recommendation Form is a required
      • document for your application.
      • Q: Why do I need SAT/ACT scores when I
      • am already enrolled in a college?
      • A: SAT/ACT scores are used to assist in
      • determining a student's ability to complete
      • a baccalaureate degree. Additionally,
      • scores may be used to assess an
      • individual's ability to successfully complete
      • calculus and calculus-based physics.
      04/07/11 Q: When will the selection board convene? A: The selection board will be conducted at NSTC Pensacola in September of the application year.
    • STA-21 Application (FAQs)
      • Q: Can I have Limited Duty Officers on my
      • interview board?
      • A: Limited Duty Officers in the appropriate
      • restricted line community may serve as
      • board members for applicants to the
      • Target option communities.
      • Q: How can I obtain a waiver for an
      • eligibility requirement?
      • A: You should address any requests for
      • waivers in your personal statement. Your
      • CO must address your waiver request in
      • his/her endorsement and make a
      • recommendation for approval. NSTC, and
      • in some cases, option community
      • managers will determine whether a waiver
      • may be granted.
      04/07/11 Q: If I am selected for the STA-21 Core option, what does that mean? A: STA-21 Core option selectees are not assigned to a specific officer community upon entering the program. STA-21 Core option selectees will compete for an officer community in their senior year of college.
    • STA-21 Application (FAQs)
      • Q: Can my CO utilize officers from other
      • branch of service on my Interview
      • boards?
      • A. Yes. When insufficient naval officers
      • exist at the command, your CO can
      • request a waiver for board composition
      • in his/her First Endorsement. The
      • officers must be O3 or above and at the
      • bottom of their Appraisal sheet, in
      • addition to their signature, must include
      • RANK and JOB/BILLET TITLE.
      • Q: What does &quot;certified copies&quot; mean?
      • A: If you already have copies of
      • required documents, you can have your
      • Administrative/Personnel Office
      • type/stamped “certify to be a true copy”
      • and signed by someone who has by
      • direction authority.
      04/07/11
    • Selection Board Emphasis
      • OFFICER POTENTIAL
        • Fleet performance
          • Leadership
          • Willingness to assume responsibility
          • Advancement record
          • Officer comments
          • Physical fitness
      • ACADEMIC POTENTIAL
        • High School Transcript
        • College Transcript
        • SMART Transcript
        • SAT/ACT Scores
      04/07/11
    • Selection Board Comments
      • Most important part of package is CO endorsement (consistency, comments, leadership experience).
      • Try to get more senior people to conduct external Interview boards. (Specific community applicant is applying to should be represented).
      • Applicants personal statement should explain any weaknesses or special circumstances (deployment, poor HS grades, etc.) .
      • Gain as much off duty education as possible prior to applying.
      • Technical Degrees hold a lot of weight with the board. (Ability to complete Calculus/Physics)
      • Applicants should gain recommendations outside of their COC. (Past CO’s, CMC’s, HS coaches, etc.)
      • Sailors selected as alternates should reapply and state select status in package.
      04/07/11
    • Trends
      • More emphasis on technical majors
      • Early completion - Do you have your AA?
      • Encourage more diversity applicants
      • Minimums are not good enough (PRT)
      • Average selectee SAT: 1200
      • College credits - math is important!
      • Whole Person - community involvement, outside activities
      04/07/11
    • STA-21 Education Paths 04/07/11 Commissioning College NSI SELECTION
    • Naval Science Institute OTC Newport
      • Eight week program
      • Covers Professional Military Education:
        • Introduction, Sea Power and Maritime Affairs
        • Naval Sea Systems I and II (Engineering and Weapons)
        • Navigation and Naval Ops
      • Physical Readiness Training
      • Swimming Qualifications
      • Receive Officer Candidate
      • uniforms
      04/07/11
    • Seaman to Admiral-21
      • At the University…
        • Assigned to an NROTC unit as an Officer Candidate
        • Remain on active duty…receive pay and allowances
        • Complete degree program within 36 months and prior
        • to age limit for assigned option.
        • Complete two semesters of calculus and calculus-based physics. (Exception: Nurse Option.)
        • Attend PNS established drills, labs,
        • GMT, etc.
        • Maintain all eligibility requirements
        • Service Selection (Core option only.)
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    • STA-21 Milestones
      • Application Deadline 1 July
      • Selection Board September
      • NAVADMIN of Selectees October
      • Begin NSI February
      • Begin College* Summer/Fall
      • * Not all participants will begin at same time
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    • STA-21 FY 2011 Applicants 04/07/11 RACE/ ETHNICITY SEX TOTAL APPLS RECEIVED NUMBER APPLS QUALIFIED LINE ITEM % OF QUALIFIED APPLS NUMBER APPLS SELECTED # QUALIFIED APPLS SELECTED Am. Indian/Native Alaska F 0 0 .00% 0 0.00% Am. Indian/Native Alaska M 3 3 100% 1 1% Asian F 1 1 100% 0 0.00% Asian M 17 12 70.59% 1 1.42% Black/African American F 25 15 60% 4 6.67% Black/African American M 55 40 72.73% 8 10.99% White F 60 52 86.67% 10 11.54% White M 404 349 86.39% 57 65.98% Native Hawaii/Pacific Isl. F 1 1 100% 0 0.00% Native Hawaii/Pacific Isl. M 6 5 83.33% 0 0.00% Hispanic F 16 14 87.50% 4 4.57% Hispanic M 70 63 90.00% 14 15.56% Multiple F 8 4 50.00% 2 4.00% Multiple M 33 29 87.88% 6 6.83% Did Not Respond F 6 6 100% 2 0.02% Did Not Respond M 40 34 85% 6 7.06% Subtotal F 117 93 79.49% 22 3.50% Subtotal M 628 535 85.19% 93 14.81% Grand Total 745 628 84.30% 115 18.31%
    • STA-21 (FAQs)
      • Q: I want to become a doctor/dentist; can
      • I get a medical degree through STA-21?
      • A: Yes, you are allowed to pursue a
      • Medical Degree through STA-21 by
      • completing a Baccalaureate Degree
      • (Bachelor of Science), acceptance to
      • Medical school, and completion of a Doctor
      • of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy
      • Degree. Specific information is provided
      • under Program Options (Medical Corps).
      04/07/11 Q: What is my service obligation for STA-21? A: Upon receipt of PCS orders to STA- 21, each selectee will be required to acquire a six (6) year active service obligation by extending or reenlisting. Upon commissioning, five (5) years of active commissioned service are required of all STA-21 officer candidates except Pilot and Naval Flight Officer option participants (see Program Options ). Additional obligated service may be incurred as a result of special training received following commissioning.
    • Timeline for STA-21 Applicant Submissions 04/07/11 Action Completion Dates Cognizance STA-21 Brief (Training Complex) 26 MAR 11 (1800) LT Schnarr Submit Request Chit via HOD to arrive at CCC. 1 APR 11 Applicant Review ESR online and service record and submit ASAP Applicant record corrections to BUPERS Complete online STA-21 application and provide 1 APR 11 Applicant CCC completion notification e-mail. https://www.sta-21.navy.mil Administer weigh-ins & PFA CMD PRT PRT Coord. Submit package to chain of Command 19 APR 11 Applicant Screen Package, Draft CO Endorsement, rank 29 APR 11 HOD applicants (dept level), and forward to CCC Assemble Packages for Board review 6 MAY 11 CCC Interview Appraisal Boards 9-20 MAY 11 TBD Overall Ranking of Applicants Board 26 MAY 11 All Members Submit Smooth Appraisals to CCC 31 MAY 11 Board Members Prepare Smooth Packages and Endorsements; 3 JUN 11 CCC forward to XO ADMIN Final Review 7 JUN 11 XO Endorsements Signed 10 JUN 11 CO Nomination Review 13-23 JUN 11 TBD Packages Forwarded to CNSTC 28 JUN 11 XO ADMIN
    • Seaman to Admiral-21 (STA-21) 04/07/11 Ms. Cathy Kempf Head, Selection and Placement NROTC/STA-21 Comm: (850)452-9437 DSN: 922-9437 Mr. Mike Paros STA-21 Selections Comm: (850)452-9563 DSN: 922-9563 Email: [email_address] Commercial: (850) 452-9563/9433 DSN: 922-9563/9433 Fax: (850) 452-2486 or DSN 922-2486 Email: [email_address] Website: https://www.sta-21.navy.mil Hours: Mon-Fri 0600-1430 (CST)
      • Questions?
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