USNA General Information
This page functions as a centralized location for access to general information (sometimes referred to as "consumer information") about the United States Naval Academy. The information on this site is intended to assist students, their families, and others in obtaining information about the Academy's educational programs and outcomes.
- General Information
- Health and Safety
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
- Naval Support Activity Annapolis
- Services to Students with Disabilities - Not applicable: All midshipmen must be fit to be commissioned as officers in the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps upon graduation. As such, candidates must pass the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB) prior to admission.
- Midshipman Resources and Information
- Articulation Agreements
- Career and Job Placement Services (Service Selection Information)
- Core Curriculum
- Educational Programs
- Language Study Abroad Guidelines
- Satisfactory Academic Progress: Policies and Procedures Governing the Academic Board (see Enclosure 3)
- Semester Study Abroad Guidelines
- Student Activities
- Textbook Information
- Transfer of Credit/Validation Policy
- Voter Registration
- Withdrawal/Disenrollment Instruction
- Privacy of Midshipman Records
- Technology and Copyright Policy
- Student Outcomes
Contact the Associate Dean for Planning and Assessment with any questions or for additional information.