Find the West Point Register of Graduates at WestPointAOG.org. The Register of Graduates dates back to 1846 and is available online as of 2015. Type the name of the cadet of interest into the search box. This information is also available in a book called the "West Point Register of Graduates & Former Cadets." The book contains 70,000 individual entries with every West Point graduate from 1802 to 2015 and has information about the names, classes and careers of each.
The annual publication of the Register of Graduates was published by the Alumni Foundation in 1946. The Association of Graduates took over this duty in 1972. In 2002, the bicentennial of the founding of West Point, the Register of Graduates became available online and it is now updated weekly.
The United States Military Academy at West Point was founded in 1802 and is a four-year United States service academy that grants a Bachelor of Science degree. West Point evaluates the candidates on three basic pillars of performance: military, physical and academic. Participation in organized athletics is mandatory, and cadets participate in a sport every fall, winter and spring season. Following graduation, cadets are commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.