| Military Education Programs|
Norfolk State University's mission is to provide an affordable and high-quality education to a diverse active duty military, active duty reservists, retired military, military family members , DOD civilians and other NON-DOD civilians throughout the Hampton Roads area. In today's global marketplace, it is vitally important our military students are exposed to all degree programs offered by this institution. We strongly support your educational goals and objectives, and believe your academic future should begin with Norfolk State University!
Norfolk State University provides "one-stop" services in counseling, advising, course registrations , admissions requirements, program referrals, SOC preparations and tuition payment at the NSU Naval Station Office, except as noted. At our Naval Station site, we offer an Undergraduate Degree program in Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (INT Studies) - 120 credits, and Master of Arts Urban Education Community Counseling (UEDCCN) - 39 credits. Classes are offered in an accelerated 8 or 9 weeks format.
Navy College Distance Learning Partnership
In responding to Sailor's/Marine Corps needs for greater access to higher education, Norfolk State University has partnered with the Navy College Program (NCP) to offer rating relevant degrees via distance learning to Sailors/Marines everywhere. This new education partnership provides military personnel interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree program in Interdisciplinary Studies relevant to various ratings, and make maximum use of military professional training and experience to fulfill degree requirements.
The program also provides opportunities to take courses through distance learning so that Sailors and Marines anywhere will be able to pursue a degree. The goal of the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP) is to support both the Sailor's mobile lifestyle and educational goals with rating relevant degree programs. Courses are offered in a variety of formats, such as CD-ROM, videotape, paper, or over the Internet.
Norfolk State University Rating Degree Roadmap:
Points of Contact
| ||Apply Now||Shameena Elston - firstname.lastname@example.org - 1-757-489-8516 / or / 1-757-368-4156 / or / 1-757-440-4040|
| ||Commission on Colleges and Schools||1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Norfolk State University|
| ||Fort Eustis/Fort Monroe Army Education Center||Alternating, Second Thursday and Third Wednesday of the month: Wednesday, 1230-1530 & Thursday, 0900-1300|
| ||Henderson Hall||Twice yearly (April/October) - Dates - TBA|
| ||ISC Portsmouth Coast Guard Base||Fourth Wednesday of the Month: 1100-1300|
| ||Navy College Office Oceana||Fourth Tuesday of the Month: 1000-1300|
| ||Navy College Office Naval Medical Ctr. Portsmouth/Portsmouth Shipyard||Second Wednesday of the Month: 0900-1300|
| ||Navy Station Norfolk Office||Building CEP-87 - Room 202, Monday - Friday / 0900 - 1700 // (757) 489-8516|
| ||Quantico Marine Base||Each quarter (January, April, August, December) on the First Wednesday of the Month: 0900-1500 - (Future teleconferencing option).|
| ||VBHEC||Contact our Coordinator Military Education Programs at (757) 489-8516, fax (757) 440-4040 or by email: email@example.com.|