Your Stay in Newport
The in-residence phase of your Senior Enlisted Academy experience will bring you to our historic Newport campus. During your three weeks with us, you’ll not only build your leadership skills, but you’ll also become part of a close-knit community. Soon after you arrive at SEA, you’ll attend a Welcome Aboard social reception where you can can get acquainted with your classmates and staff and faculty members.More SEA Information
Eligibility, Enrollment, and Registration
The SEA uses two enrollment methods to fill its classes, targeted enrollment and open enrollment. SEA classes are scheduled by the Fiscal Year, and the upcoming FY Schedule generally becomes available in mid-April. Once an SEA Schedule is published via our website, all classes are open for enrollment under the Targeted Enrollment process discussed below.See Registration & Enrollment
Information for In-Residence Program
You can refer to the student handbook and orientation materials for full details and requirements about your three-week stay on campus.SEA Student HandbookSEA Student Schedule
Here’s an overview of some of the most pertinent details:
FacilitiesClick to Open
Tomich Hall is SEA’s primary academic building. Inside you’ll find various group rooms, as well as Leadership Hall, which is used for capstone presentations, briefs, and other official functions. Tomich Hall also features a small library with computers, printers, and plenty of military heritage books available for check-out. The building also features two lounges, one of which offers a small fiction library.
Physical FitnessClick to Open
During your SEA residency, you’ll participate in physical fitness training (PT) about twice per week. Sessions could include CrossFit, circuit training, yoga, spin class, and team sports. To build some healthy camaraderie between SEA groups, one of your PT sessions may include a director’s cup competition.
SEA AmenitiesClick to Open
All group classrooms in Tomich Hall are equipped with a refrigerator, water dispenser, microwave, and Keurig coffee machines (we suggest bringing your own K-cups). The SEA Store offers a variety of small items, and, of course, SEA students have access to the all of the base facilities [5.5], including the commissary, post office, barber shop, and galley.
Bring Your Own DeviceClick to Open
We encourage SEA students to bring their own computing device to campus. Our campus is equipped with wi-fi, charging stations, and wireless printing in group learning rooms and the library.
LodgingClick to Open
You can make arrangements to stay at the Navy Gateway Inn & Suites or Navy Lodge. Other options include off-base lodging.
Uniform RequirementsClick to Open
- Monday through Thursday - Navy working uniform or service equivalent
- Friday and Graduation - Khakis or service equivalent
- Physical Fitness Training - official PTU or service equivalent
Refer to the student handbook for full uniform details. SEA Student Handbook