Meet the West Point Admissions Team

Click on your state in the regions below to find your Admissions Regional Commander. 

If you are an American citizen living overseas, please click on the region of the map that contains your home of record.

If you are currently an Active Duty, Reserve, or National Guard soldier, please take a look at our Information for Current Soldiers.

If you are an international cadet, please take a look at our Information for International Cadets.


A Message from the Director of Admissions

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the United States Military Academy at West Point.

The Academy is focused on inspiring and admitting diverse, high-caliber young men and women ensuring that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character, committed to the values of Duty, Honor, and Country, and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army.  Admittance into the United States Military Academy is highly competitive - click on current class profiles to see recent candidate achievements.

Our application process is comprehensive.  We evaluate your scholastic, leadership, and athletic qualifications, as well as medical and physical qualifications for military service.  If you believe the United States Military Academy is right for you, apply for a nomination from a member of Congress or other legal authority to be considered for an offer of admission. 
Our Admissions staff is here to help you!  Should you need any assistance in completing your application or have a question that is not answered on our site, please contact one of our Regional Admissions Team members. 
Again, thank you for your interest in the United States Military Academy, and good luck.


Rance A. Lee
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Director of Admissions 

Admissions Team - Far West Region

Admissions Team - Great Lakes Region

Admissions Team - Southwest Region

Admissions Team - Northeast Region

Admissions Team - Southeast Region

Admissions Team-Soldiers