Texas A&M Junior Cadet Accessions Program (JCAP)

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Date(s) - 11/18/2016 - 11/19/2016
All Day

Sanders Corps of Cadets Center


For more information please visit the Texas A&M JCAP website – Texas A&M Junior Cadet Accessions Program

WHAT:  The Junior Cadet Accessions Program (JCAP) offers high school juniors and seniors and A&M transfer students who are involved in Junior ROTC, Civil Air Patrol, Young Marines and Sea Cadets a first-hand experience with the Corps of Cadets. While at JCAP, cadets will:

  • Meet current cadets and learn about their experiences in the Corps
  • Stay in the Corps dorms on campus Meet JROTC/CAP/Young Marine/Sea Cadets in the Corps and from other high schools
  • Learn about the university admissions process, financial aid, scholarships and academic support
  • Train with our national drill champions, the Fish Drill Team
  • In the Fall, march in to Kyle Field with the Corps before a football game
  • Attend an A&M sporting event – football in the fall or basketball/baseball in the spring (subject to scheduling and ticket availability)
  • Attend a recognition ceremony
  • Additional Corps scholarship consideration is given for participants

WHEN:  Friday-Saturday Nov 18-19.  Depart NightHawk Composite Squadron on Friday at 0800. Return Saturday evening.

ITEMS TO BRING:  Cadets should wear casual clothes for the trip down and the first day of orientation.  Cadets should pack the following:

  • Printed Proof of JCAP Registration from A&M Corps of Cadets
  • Completed CAP Form 32 CAPF 32
  • Completed CAP Form 161 CAPF 161
  • CAP Blue Uniform to participate in the pre-game “March In” with the Aggie Corps of Cadets.
  • Change of casual clothes to attend football game and for the return trip.
  • Weather appropriate outerwear
  • Toiletries
  • Any necessary medications

WHERE:  Sanders Corps of Cadets Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (see map)

EVENT COST:  $25 for JCAP meals and commemorative T-Shirt.  Recommend additional spending money for snacks during the trip to/from College Station and for concessions during the football game.

BILLETING: Free. Cadets will sleep in the Corps of Cadet dorms at no cost.

TRANSPORTATION: Free.  Group transportation for cadets will be squadron funded.  However, cadets and parents are welcome to drive personal vehicles at their own expense.

FOOTBALL GAME: Free.  To make the most from this opportunity and give Cadets a broader and fun university experience, the A&M Corps of Cadets will provide free tickets to the Texas A&M vs. UTSA football game following the JCAP event.

FINANCING:  For NightHawk Cadets who need financial assistance for this event, please see LtCol Thurman.


Bookings are closed for this event.