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Cadet Admissions Manual (CAM)

*Revised 26 May 2015

The Cadet Admissions Manual (CAM) gives step-by-step instructions to be completed prior to FROG Week. 

Follow all instructions!

Cadet Admissions Manual (CAM)

Step-by-step instructions to include:

Table of Contents, Checklist, and Important Dates


If you change your mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, or academic major, before enrolling please contact Cadet Admissions via e-mail at If you have reason to change your original term of enrollment indicated in your Letter of Acceptance, you must inform the Associate Director of Cadet Admissions by e-mail of your request in order to receive guidance on how to update your admissions record. E-mail  This is critically important.


If you have any questions prior to FROG week please contact the Cadet Admissions office. Once you arrive on campus for FROG week you will come under the supervision of the Commandant of Cadets.  His staff is prepared to answer questions about schedules, uniforms, or help resolve any problems that might arise.

From all of us at the Cadet Admissions Office, we look forward to having you as a member of our world-class Corps of Cadets!

Please make a note of your UNG Student ID number ( 900 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ).

(You can find your Student ID number on the second page of your Letter of Acceptance.)

The following forms are located in the Cadet Admissions Manual (CAM) and must be completed prior to Frog Week.

  1. Cadet Residence Hall Contract
  2. University of North Georgia - Medical Report Form
  3. DA Form 3425-R – Medical Fitness Statement
  4. Certificate of Immunization
  5. Statement of Acknowledgement for Civilian Dental Records Form
  6. Direct Deposit Form
  7. Uniform Commutation Allowance (UCA) Form

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