Perspectives on NPS
"The battlefield of today and the battlefield of the future are going to continue to be uncertain, chaotic, plagued with fog and friction, and very dangerous. We need military leaders who can work and thrive in that particular environment. An NPS education, bolstered by student and faculty research, produces a graduate whose intellectual agility and flexibility will prove increasingly valuable to the Naval Services and the Joint Force in dealing with such uncertainty."
GEN Michael W. Hagee, USMC
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Morale, Welfare and Recreation
The NPS Morale, Welfare and Recreation office is dedicated to providing premium quality of life benefits to service members and their families during their time at one of the finest commands in the Navy, the Naval Postgraduate School.
Public Affairs Office
The Public Affairs Office provides a variety of products and services to the NPS community, including publications, media relations, photography, journalism and much more.
Police Emergencies/Legal Services
The Naval Support Detachment Monterey Police Department is a full-service Law Enforcement Agency responsible for providing police services to the Naval Support Detachment Community and its tenant commands.
Fleet Family Services
The Fleet and Family Support Center, Monterey Bay is the military community's primary resource for information and services on the Monterey Peninsula. The center manages programs for children of all ages.
There are a variety of housing options for officer and enlisted personnel spread through a handful of separate residential communities across the Monterey Peninsula.
The Naval Postgraduate School Human Resources Office provides a wide range of services to the university and its faculty and staff community.