Yes, but there is no draft going on.
Full time college students were draft exempt (draft deferred).
College students were the number 1 draft deferments.
College students, people with health problems and homosexuals.
Yes! g vaughan
College students. (They were draft age).
Some Americans avoided the draft by leaving the country.Rich man's war; poor man's fight. Straight from the mouth of a GI!many young men were drafted.college students could avoid the draft
Predominately college students, on college campuses; and draft age young people.
College students were the largest and most common groups.
During the Vietnam War, college students had to carry 18 units and have a 2.0 average in order to be a legal draft dodger (officially designated "draft deferred").
The main issue was the draft and the Vietnam war. I remember on my college campus they had a sitin and burned draft cards.
College student males were the prime candidates for the military draft; they could safely remain "draft dodgers" if they maintained a 2.0 education average and carried at least 18 college units. Once they dropped below those two established standards...they were draft eligible. Knowing this...college students protested the war (a disquise for protesting the draft).
MLB teams draft players out of high school as they do out of college. 15 of the top 30 selections in the 2010 draft were high school students and not college students. If one is fortunate enough to be drafted by an MLB team straight out of high school, they can elect to go to one of the drafting team's minor league rookie teams to begin their career and bypass college altogether.
What do you mean by this question? If a college player enters the NBA Draft he can go back to college instead of the draft if he DOES NOT hire an agent. If a college players declares for the draft AND hires an agent he is in no matter what.
Some Americans avoided the draft by leaving the country. (Apex)
Only if they carried full time units (18 units) and maintained a 2.0 average.
GI's in Nam called em "draft dodgers" (along with college students); although there were an awful lot of drafted hippies in Vietnam.
No. You have to have 2 years of college to enter the draft.
University of Miami
2009 draft: bj raji of Boston College
They were draft age.
Critics claimed it didn't affect the wealthy because college students couldn'g be drafted. So, the criticism is the draft affecte d the poor and minorities more than anyone else Type your answer here...