Congressman Rick Nolan

Representing the 8th District of Minnesota
Facebook icon
Twitter icon
Flickr icon
YouTube icon
RSS icon

Military Academy Nominations

Service Academy Nominations

Each year Congressman Nolan has the privilege of nominating a limited number of people to four of the five service academies. The U.S. military service academies are seeking highly motivated, well-rounded applicants who excel not only academically, but also in athletics, leadership and service. If you have a strong will to achieve, desire a real challenge, and want to be a leader serving your country, the opportunity of a lifetime could begin for you at the service academies. Graduation from one of the academies opens a world of opportunities and is one of the greatest adventures you could possibly imagine.

Click here to begin the application process.

Have a question? Click here for the FAQ page.

Congressman Nolan and his staff are committed to helping college bound students pay for school. Whether it be through need-based assistance, loans state or federal scholarships, students headed off to school have many options to choose from to ensure they graduate and enter the workforce without being swamped with debt. For more information about how you can find funding for school, you can contact Congressman Nolan's Service Academy Nominations representative by phone at 218-464-4095 or by email.  

For more information, please review our page of Frequently Asked Questions or contact Congressman Nolan's Service Academy Nominations representative by phone at 218-464-5095 or by email. Best of luck to you! 

The deadline to apply for a Nomination from Congressman Nolan is November 1.

 

See some stories about our past nominees here:

Duluth News Tribune: Driven to serve: Hermantown graduate admitted to four military academies

Brainerd Dispatch: Nolan announces 2017 service academy nominations

Duluth News Tribune: Duluth grad among select group chosen for military service academies

Lake County News Chronicle: Nolan announces service academy nominations

Pine City Pioneer: Pine City’s Cavallin heading to U.S. Air Force Academy