On this site you’ll find information to optimize your learning environment, develop strategies for graduate-level success, and manage personal challenges that affect learning and mission completion. Many resources are self-help while others are made available through NPS program officers, faculty members, Office of the Dean of Students, GWC, and Dudley Knox Library. Faculty and staff are committed to protecting your privacy.
Please download the NPS Key Contacts guide, a one-page flyer which provides phone numbers, street addresses, and URLs for resources to maximize learning. The guide includes pointers to health services, counselors, the NPS Chaplain, the Crisis Line, and other sources of assistance.
Your Program Officer: Contacting your program officer is the first step to explore options for support inside and outside the classroom. He or she will listen to your concerns and help direct you to the right resources.
Philip Gonda, Associate Dean of Students: (831) 656-7843
CDR Kenneth Ferguson, Deputy Dean of Students, (831) 656-3385
Tom Rosko, University Librarian: (831) 656-2343
Dr. Sandra Leavitt, Director, Graduate Writing Center: (831) 656-3680
Ali Rodgers, Faculty Development: (831) 656-7696
Dr. Denny Lester, Director, Center for Educational Design, Development, and Distribution: (831) 656-3432
A project of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, the www.realwarriors.net "campaign features stories of real service members who reached out for psychological support or care with successful outcomes, including learning coping skills, maintaining their security clearance and continuing to succeed in their military or civilian careers. These Real Warriors are proving through example that reaching out is a sign of strength that benefits the entire military community."
"In addition, the campaign encourages use of the DCoE Outreach Center, a 24/7 call center staffed by health resource consultants to provide confidential answers, tools, tips and resources about psychological health and traumatic brain injury. The Outreach Center can be reached by calling 866-966-1020, connecting through live chat or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org."
"Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve Component members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationship, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood, and much more. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Visit Military OneSource today or call 800-342-9647."
The Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) of the Naval Postgraduate School unifies specialized services and resources offered by Teaching (OTL and CED3), Learning (Library, GWC and TPO), and Technology (ITACS) for faculty, students, and staff in support of the NPS academic mission.
The Preservation of the Force and the Math Department are collaborating to initiate a pilot Math Learning Center in the Core Lab, in Root Hall, for July and August, 2019.
The vision of the Self-Guided Mathematics Learning Center (SGMLC) is to support students to become more skilled and independent learners. The approach will be from a strengths-based enhancement perspective as many students often become overwhelmed by math stressors or challenges. It is not a traditional one-on-one tutoring lab, rather we’ll be supporting independent learners that learn from existing materials (online resources or textbook) when they need clarification. For this pilot we’re using www.chunklearning.net, that students can access using their NPS credentials.