Minority Recruiting ------SAT & ACT Score Improvement
Greetings Alumni and Friends of West Point,
My name is MAJ Rance Lee and I am the UMSA Minority Admissions Officer.
Ms. Maureen Velez, Minority Admissions Specialist, my Outreach Officers,
and I are excited about our candidates for the Class of 2013. We are actively
recruiting, assisting, and nurturing them through the arduous admissions
The purpose of this letter is to keep you abreast of our efforts and success in
ensuring that the Corps of Cadets continues to have qualified minority cadets,
to represent the future leadership of the Corps, the Army, and the nation.
In addition, this letter is written to inspire you to assist us in the
important mission of keeping the Corps and the Long Gray Line diverse and
As a review, the currently enrolled USMA classes are represented by the
These charts include the 58
As you see, the major challenge remains recruiting, admitting and retaining
African-American Cadets. Therefore, I highly encourage you to continue to
support this important mission by referring at least one candidate each year.
The 2008/09 Minority Admissions team is:
For additional information please contact myself or Ms. Maureen Velez at the
above numbers or via email at Rance.email@example.com
GO ARMY! GO OUTREACH!
Rance A. Lee, '97
Minority Admissions Officer
ADMISSIONS GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS
SAT & ACT Score Improvement:
Expanding The Candidate Pool
SAT and ACT scores weigh heavily in the admissions process. It is important for candidates to score well on these tests
–Some candidates score well on the first testing
–Others score lower and require guidance on how to improve scores
Enlcosed are SAT/ACT Score Improvement team effort for the 2006-2007 school year
For more information - click here.
If you would like to participate, please contact
Dennis Rowe, USMA 73 at firstname.lastname@example.org