Yesterday evening Piedmont Natural Gas disconnected natural gas service to main campus in order prevent potential hazards. As of this morning, gas service has not been restored. Utility crews are working continuously to repair the segment and restore service as soon as possible.
It is important to know faculty, staff, students and visitors on campus are not in immediate danger because of any potential gs leaks. The disruption in service may affect some campus activity throughout the day, including dining services. Dining facilities are working to bring in the necessary resources to provide limited hot meal options. We appreciate your patience and will update you as additional information becomes available.
Not have any Tattoos specifically prohibited by Army policy
Be a U.S. Citizen
Be in good physical condition
Qualifications for the Advanced Course
Meet all of the previous requirements to enter the Basic Course.
Not have any civil convictions, adverse adjudications, or court marshal convictions other than minor traffic violations less than $250.00. Not have more than 3 dependents.
Never have used drugs; or be a self admitted limited/experimental user of drugs who has not used within 6 months of contracting.
Sign a loyalty oath.
If prior service, have an honorable discharge from the Armed Services with a qualifying RE code of 1 on DD Form 214.
Meet one of the following criteria: have credit for MS 1010/1020/2010/2020, complete Cadet Command’s Leadership Training Course, or complete Basic Training in one of the Armed Forces.
Have a college GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Score at least 180 points with 60 points in each event on a single Army Physical Fitness Test.
Successfully pass a Department of Defense Medical Evaluation Review Board physical. The most common non-waiver disqualifiers during this physical are: documented asthma after the age of 13; ADD/ADHD, depression treatment, or academic skills disorders within the past 12 months; ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease, scoliosis-curvature of the spine in excess of 30 degrees, or prior service with a permanent profile.
Be younger than the age of 31 at time of commissioning without a waiver