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HOUSING OPTIONS AT NPS

ARRIVAL / TEMPORARY QUARTERS

 Bachelor Officer Quarters: There are four types of lodging available for students in the BOQ, with an additional option for Colonels (06) and higher.

Standard Queen Room w/out Kitchenette  $68
Standard Queen (Deluxe) with Kitchenette  $73
Deluxe Queen Suite w/Kitchenette  $83   
Executive Room  $73
Executive Suite (no Kitchenette)  $93
Executive Suite with Kitchenette  $93


*Notes: Suites will have a sofa sleeper; single rooms will not. Maximum number of people per room is 4. (Single rooms may have a roll-a-way if requested). All rooms have microwave, TV, VCR, refrigerator, hairdryer, coffeemaker, queen-size bed, ironing board, and alarm clock. (Executive rooms have a king-size bed instead of a queen-size.)

The privatized housing rates for married/accompanied and single international officers receiving an IMET/CTFP Living Allowance are broken down below.

 

PERMANENT QUARTERS

PRIVATIZED MILITARY HOUSING

The privatized housing rates for married/accompanied and single international officers receiving an IMET/CTFP Living Allowance are broken down below.

FY15 BAH RATES for Privatized Government Housing

Rank with Dependents without Dependents
O-1 $2,115 $1,749
O-2 $2,583 $2,037
O-3 $2,916 $2,400
O-4 $3,252 $2,742
O-5 $3,492 $2,802
O-6 $3,525 $2,922
O-7 $3,561 $2,982


Privatized-housing rates for single/unaccompanied officers are:

          FMS – $2,007 per month (this rate is usually adjusted every January, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rate of inflation).  Students receiving IMET/CTFP Living Allowance pay the BAH unaccompanied rate.

 

IMET LIVING ALLOWANCE RATES

  • Staying in Hotel (upon arrival; max of 30 days) – up to $75/day + $77/ day per diem
  • Staying in Privatized Housing (married & accompanied) - BAH RATE/month + $77/day
  • Staying in Privatized Housing (single, geographical bachelors) – Unaccompanied BAH rate (IMET) + $77/day per diem
  • Married, unaccompanied OR single; living in permanent Civilian Housing up to $75/day + $77/day per diem)
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CIVILIAN HOUSING OPTIONS

  • Average cost of a one or two bedroom apartment (unfurnished) is $950-1500 per month plus utilities.  Basic Cable begins at $53 and up per month.  Basic telephone charges with no special services (i.e., call waiting, call forwarding, etc,), is approximately $26 per month.  There are several long distance companies to choose from.  Utilities vary by apartment and usage.
  • The NPS Housing Welcome Center has established an excellent web site for reviewing rental options in Monterey. Check out the following site:  www.ahrn.com (note - you will need to register in order to gain access to the lists)

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Navy Supply Furniture.  Some items of government furniture are available for use by international families living in La Mesa village or former Fort Ord housing.  Type and quantity of furniture is dependent on items on hand at the time of check-in.  There is no guarantee that a full set of furniture will be available for every request.
  • Furniture Locker.  The International Committee maintains a Furniture Locker, which contains used furniture that may be “rented” for a nominal fee by international students during their stay at NPS.  
  • Other options for used furniture include:
    • Goodwill Industries, 729 Broadway St, Seaside 394-1212
    • St Vincent De Paul, 1269 Fremont Blvd, Seaside 899-2211
    • Goodwill Industries, 571 Lighthouse Ave, Monterey 649-6056