Life after USMMA

<p>I am currently a freshman at a school in Florida (brought there by a special ocean engineering program that has just been gutted) and it isn't for me. Maybe just because it's Florida, or a certain school, or maybe it's just college isn't a right fit for me. I am seriously thinking and considering USMMA next year. My application is almost complete. An injury is preventing me from completing the fitness exam for another three weeks.</p>

<p>I am really afraid of graduating from college and just falling into an average life. I am afraid of falling into a 9-5 after four or five fun college years. Sorry, now with he questions:
Would the USMMA give me a chance to see and experience the world?
Is the time not spent at sea strictly regimented with check-ins and time-killing tasks?
Would there be enough off time following graduation for traveling, camping, and whatever else comes to mind? If so, what jobs out of the academy would this possible with?
Thank you</p>

<p>There's hardly anyone on this forum, try serviceacademyforums.com, they could help you.</p>

<p>Thank you. thisischaracter10</p>

<p>You can also look into the state Maritime colleges - Texas A&M, SUNY Maritime, Mass & Maine Maritime, CalMaritime.</p>

<p>Yeah try those ^</p>