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incur greater minimum active duty obligation because of follow-on training required for that designator. Basic Eligibility Requirements.   Applicants must be:    Citizens  of  the  United  States  and  cannot  be waived.    Of good moral character and have no record of disciplinary action within 3 years of application.    Possess  a  baccalaureate  degree  or  advanced degree from an accredited institution.    At  least  19  years  old  and  meet  designator specific  age  limitations,  which  are  outlined  in NAVPERS 158391.    Meet  specific  program  qualifications  and aptitude scores.    Physically qualified.    Recommended by their commanding officer. Applications   are   accepted   continuously throughout  the  year. Additional  academic  and program  eligibility  requirements  are  specified  in greater detail in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 7. ENLISTED COMMISSIONING PROGRAM (ECP) ECP provides a full-time opportunity to complete requirements for a baccalaureate degree and to earn a commission in the Unrestricted Line.  ECP is open to eligible active duty Navy enlisted personnel who have earned  previous  college  credit,  but  less  than  a baccalaureate  degree. Prospective  candidates  must have  30  semester  hours  or  45  quarter  hours  of  fully transferable  college  credit  that  can  be  applied  to  a selected  major  of  study  toward  completion  of  a baccalaureate degree. The  ECP  program  offers  several  options  for prospective  candidates,  which  include  Basic  ECP, Aviation  Option  ECP  (AECP),  Nuclear  Option (NECP),  and  Civil  Engineer  Corps  Option  ECP (ECP-CEC). 1.   Basic  ECP  provides  an  opportunity  to  earn  a commission  in  one  of  the  Unrestricted  Line communities. 2.   AECP.   While   the   basic   ECP   provides opportunity  for  pilot  designation,  as  well  as other  Unrestricted  Line  designators,  graduates of AECP will be designated solely as Student Naval Aviators (Pilots). 3. NECP. There are two different commissioning options available to a NECP officer candidate. The  majority  of  officer  candidates  will  be commissioned  through  Officer  Candidate School  following  receipt  of  their  degrees.   In addition,  a  candidate  can  be  commissioned  at the  host  NROTC  unit  after  completion  of  the required Naval Science courses. 4.   ECP-CEC.   Applicants   selected   by   the ECP-CEC  board  will  be  designated  Civil Engineer Corps officers upon commission. Selectees  will  be  ordered  to  an  NROTC  host university.  Basic ECP and AECP selectees attend the Naval  Science  Institute  (NSI)  at  Newport,  Rhode Island,  enroute  to  their  host  university. The  NSI program is an intensive 6 ½-week academic program, which  fulfills  the  first  2  years  of  Naval  Science instruction  for  commissioning  through  the  NROTC unit. ECP students receive full pay and allowances for their   enlisted   paygrades   and   are   eligible   for advancement  while  in  college. The  student  pays tuition, fees, books, and other expenses incurred while participating in ECP.  If eligible, students may use the Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) or Montgomery  GI  Bill  (MGIB)  educational  benefits; however,  students  are  not  eligible  for  benefits  under the Tuition Assistance program. Selectees   are   required   to   complete   degree requirements  for  non-technical  degrees  in  not  more than 30 calendar months, or technical degrees in not more than 36 calendar months and attend school on a full-time, year-round basis beginning in the fall of the year selected. Graduates   from   Basic   ECP   and   AECP   are commissioned  as  Ensigns,  United  States  Naval Reserve,  and  serve  on  active  duty  with  a  minimum service obligation of 4 years. Basic Eligibility Requirements.  Applicants must be:    Citizens  of  the  United  States  and  cannot  be waived.    Of good moral character and have no record of disciplinary  action  within  3  years  before application. 3-5

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