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Application Steps

Returning student admission process

 

Cadets who were previously enrolled and are now requesting to return to the Academy are required to submit a readmission application. 

 

1. Start your application.

Log into your admissions account - if you previously applied online and already have an account, do not create a new one.  If you are locked out, or have forgotten your password, please contact Admissions for assistance at admissions@maritime.edu or (800) 544-3411. 

Apply
 


2. Complete your Application

Complete the online application and submit the $50 application fee. If you are returning from military or medical leave, contact Admissions to receive an application fee waiver code at admissions@maritime.edu or (800) 544-3411.



3. Submit your Additional Documents

Provide the needed documentation related to your separation from the Academy.
 

If separated for academic reasons, you must complete the following:

  • If academically dismissed: Complete 12 credits with at least a 2.5 GPA
  • If academically suspended: Complete the criteria of your suspension as specified by the Registrar or Academic Review Board
  • Other conditions as specified by the Admiral or the Chairman of the Discipline Board must also be addressed in the readmission application.
  • Contact Danielle Bumpus at (508) 830-5027 or dbumpus@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Submit official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.
  • Complete a Department of Transportation approved “pre-employment” 5-panel DOT (USCG) drug test and submit the results to Admissions prior to re-enrolling at the Academy. You can schedule a drug test through one of the following options:
    • eScreen by calling (800) 964-6233, selecting option #4 and then option #1 for prepay. You will need to state that you will be paying for the test, as the Academy does not cover this expense. Once you have paid for the test they will send your “Custody and Control Form” to a designated DOT approved drug testing facility in your area. Once you complete the test at the lab, your results will automatically be sent directly to Admissions.
    • A company of your choosing as long as they are authorized to act as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and are able to provide the required “Custody and Control Form” that you need to present to a DOT approved drug testing facility that will be administering your test so that results can be released and sent to Admissions (admissions@maritime.edu).

If separated for an alcohol-related violation, you must complete and submit the following written documentation:

  • Alcohol rehabilitation programs: This includes monthly alcohol counseling by a licensed, certified counselor and participation in monthly Alcoholics Anonymous meetings; both for the duration of separation from the Academy.
  • CURE Program: Applicants who held a USCG credential (i.e. MMC) at the time of separation from the Academy must “self-report” by contacting the U.S. Coast Guard and must complete the USCG CURE Process.
  • Readmission Rationale: All applicants must submit a one-page statement discussing your readmission.
  • Letters of Recommendation: At least three signed, dated letters of recommendation from non-family members that include contact information.
  • Other conditions as specified by the Admiral or the Chairman of the Discipline Board must also be addressed in the readmission application. Contact LT Rory Deegan at (508) 830-5000, ext. 1004 or rdeegan@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Submit official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.
  • Complete a Department of Transportation approved “pre-employment” 5-panel DOT (USCG) drug test and submit the results to Admissions prior to re-enrolling at the Academy. You can schedule a drug test through one of the following options:
    • eScreen by calling (800) 964-6233, selecting option #4 and then option #1 for prepay. You will need to state that you will be paying for the test, as the Academy does not cover this expense. Once you have paid for the test they will send your “Custody and Control Form” to a designated DOT approved drug testing facility in your area. Once you complete the test at the lab, your results will automatically be sent directly to Admissions.
    • A company of your choosing as long as they are authorized to act as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and are able to provide the required “Custody and Control Form” that you need to present to a DOT approved drug testing facility that will be administering your test so that results can be released and sent to Admissions (admissions@maritime.edu).

If separated for a controlled substance violation, you must complete the following:

  • Drug rehabilitation and monitoring programs: This includes monthly drug counseling by a licensed, certified counselor for the period of separation and participation in a 12-month random drug-testing program in accordance with DOT and USCG guidelines.
  • CURE Program: Applicants who held a USCG credential (i.e. MMC) at the time of separation from the Academy must “self-report” by contacting the U.S. Coast Guard and successfully complete the USCG CURE Process.
  • Readmission Rationale: All applicants must submit a one-page statement discussing your readmission.
  • Letters of Recommendation: At least three signed, dated letters of recommendation from non-family members that include contact information.
  • Other conditions as specified by the Admiral or the Chairman of the Discipline Board must also be addressed in the readmission application. Contact LT Rory Deegan at (508) 830-5000, ext. 1004 or rdeegan@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Submit official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.
  • Complete a Department of Transportation approved “pre-employment” 5-panel DOT (USCG) drug test and submit the results to Admissions prior to re-enrolling at the Academy. You can schedule a drug test through one of the following options:
    • eScreen by calling (800) 964-6233, selecting option #4 and then option #1 for prepay. You will need to state that you will be paying for the test, as the Academy does not cover this expense. Once you have paid for the test they will send your “Custody and Control Form” to a designated DOT approved drug testing facility in your area. Once you complete the test at the lab, your results will automatically be sent directly to Admissions.
    • A company of your choosing as long as they are authorized to act as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and are able to provide the required “Custody and Control Form” that you need to present to a DOT approved drug testing facility that will be administering your test so that results can be released and sent to Admissions (admissions@maritime.edu).

If separated as the result of an Honor Code Violation/Other, you must complete and submit the following written documentation:

  • Readmission Rationale: All applicants must submit a one-page statement discussing your readmission.
  • Letters of Recommendation: At least three signed, dated letters of recommendation from non-family members that include contact information.
  • Documentation of restitution, if applicable.
  • Other conditions as specified by the Admiral or the Chairman of the Discipline Board must also be addressed in the readmission application. Contact LT Rory Deegan at (508) 830-5000, ext. 1004 or rdeegan@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Submit official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.
  • Complete a Department of Transportation approved “pre-employment” 5-panel DOT (USCG) drug test and submit the results to Admissions prior to re-enrolling at the Academy. You can schedule a drug test through one of the following options:
    • eScreen by calling (800) 964-6233, selecting option #4 and then option #1 for prepay. You will need to state that you will be paying for the test, as the Academy does not cover this expense. Once you have paid for the test they will send your “Custody and Control Form” to a designated DOT approved drug testing facility in your area. Once you complete the test at the lab, your results will automatically be sent directly to Admissions.
    • A company of your choosing as long as they are authorized to act as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and are able to provide the required “Custody and Control Form” that you need to present to a DOT approved drug testing facility that will be administering your test so that results can be released and sent to Admissions (admissions@maritime.edu).

If separated for military or medical reasons:

  • Readmission Rationale (optional): Submit a one-page statement discussing your readmission.
  • Contact Assistant Director of Admissions & Coordinator of Readmits, Joanne Robertson, at (508) 830-5031 or jrobertson@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Medical withdrawals must contact Health Services to ensure proper clearance prior to re-enrolling. 
  • Send official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.

 

If separated as the result of legal proceedings, you must complete and submit the following written documentation:

  • Documentation of court findings, sentencing, probation, etc.
  • Rehabilitation and monitoring programs: You must complete rehabilitation and monitoring programs such as anger management, alcohol and/or drug counseling by a licensed, certified counselor, for the duration of separation from the Academy.
  • Readmission Rationale: All applicants must submit a one-page statement discussing your readmission.
  • Letters of Recommendation: At least three signed, dated letters of recommendation from non-family members that include contact information.
  • Documentation of restitution, if applicable.
  • Other conditions as specified by the Admiral or the Chairman of the Discipline Board must also be addressed in the readmission application. Contact LT Rory Deegan at (508) 830-5000, ext. 1004 or rdeegan@maritime.edu with questions or for additional information.
  • Provide medical forms, including immunization records and proof of current medical insurance coverage, to Health Services at nurse@maritime.edu.
  • Submit official transcripts for any coursework taken while away from the Academy.
  • Complete a Department of Transportation approved “pre-employment” 5-panel DOT (USCG) drug test and submit the results to Admissions prior to re-enrolling at the Academy. You can schedule a drug test through one of the following options:
    • eScreen by calling (800) 964-6233, selecting option #4 and then option #1 for prepay. You will need to state that you will be paying for the test, as the Academy does not cover this expense. Once you have paid for the test they will send your “Custody and Control Form” to a designated DOT approved drug testing facility in your area. Once you complete the test at the lab, your results will automatically be sent directly to Admissions.
    • A company of your choosing as long as they are authorized to act as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and are able to provide the required “Custody and Control Form” that you need to present to a DOT approved drug testing facility that will be administering your test so that results can be released and sent to Admissions (admissions@maritime.edu).

 

Joanne Robertson

 

 

Need Assistance With the Transfer Process?

Joanne Robertson
Assistant Director of Admissions & Coordinator of Transfers

     jrobertson@maritime.edu 
     (508) 830-5031

 

 

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