ConAP Briefing Slides (PPT 4.4MB)
College Guide to ConAP (PDF 104KB)
For Army Recruiters and Company Commanders
Recruiter’s Guide to ConAP (PDF 68KB)
Building Recruiter-College Partnerships (PDF 16KB)
For Army Education Centers
Education Center Guide to ConAP (PDF 8KB)
FormsInstitutional Agreement to Participate in ConAP (PDF 24KB) By filling out this form, the college agrees to participate in ConAP and designates an institution point-of-contact (POC). The ConAP POC is the interface between the college and Army recruiters, ConAP soldiers stating their intent to enroll during or after their enlistment, and this office. The agreement to participate in ConAP remains valid so long as the college desires to do so and remains a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges.
College Referral and Intent to Enroll Form (PDF 24KB) This form is provided to Army recruiters and is filled-out by new soldiers concurrent with their enlistment. New soldiers select a college and state their intent to enroll during or after their enlistment. Emphasis is placed on local colleges. Forms are mailed or taken to ConAP colleges. The college point-of-contact signs the form acknowledging the soldier's intent to enroll and provides an e-mail address and the college's Web site. Guidelines advise the soldier to apply for admission not more than one year before the expected date of entry, to visit the college's Web site, to visit an Army Education Center and enroll for college courses, and stay in touch with the college. After signing the form, the point-of-contact keeps the College Copy and returns all other copies to the recruiter for distribution to the soldier, the high school if appropriate and the recruiting battalion.
Linking Career Management Fields (CMF) and Selected Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) (PDF 24KB) with College Programs Recruiters e-mail or take this chart to college ConAP points of contact. The point-of-contact reviews the 'Instructional Programs' column and checks the 'Available at College' column if the college offers the same or similar programs. The POC returns the chart to the recruiter. The recruiter can now match the soldier's CMF or MOS with programs at a local college. With this information, the recruiter can discuss the educational link with prospects, enlistees, parents, and high school & college counselors. It is a good situation for a ConAP referral.
ConAP Institutions and Points-of-Contact May 30, 2013 (PDF 407KB)
ConAP Institutions and Internet/E-mail Addresses May 30, 2013 (PDF 275KB)