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The library has re-opened!

Library hours are 0730-1730, Mon-Fri. The library is open for resource checkout, printing (download new printer packages [login required]), study spaces (Covid-safe spacing), and library computers. Other services currently available online will remain.

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As part of its monthly online-exhibit series, the library presents Pride and the Military: For All Who Aspire to Serve, featuring an interview with NPS Professor Emeritus Mark Eitelberg.
 
The library thanks Prof. Eitelberg for his thoughtful comments on understanding this issue and its impact for today's military.

Graduates, if you are out-processing, please email us at circdesk@nps.edu.

Thesis processors have answers! Bring us your questions about:

  • Citations
  • Thesis template formatting
  • SharePoint
  • Python Thesis Dashboard
  • Microsoft Office -- Word, Excel, PowerPoint

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...and it was clear which one would have to move. In May 1947, the Navy announced selection of a site for a new postgraduate school planned for Monterey, California. In November 1951, nearly 500 NPS personnel and 370 students made the move, en masse, along with and some 3 million pounds of gear. Read first-hand accounts of this remarkable part of NPS history in "From Annapolis to Monterey: Professor Recalls", part of NPS Archive: Calhoun.

Read more about celebrating 70 Years in Monterey.

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TLC:  Teaching and Learning Commons

Mission: Empowering cross-organizational teams as a community of practice to enhance the quality of NPS education through collaborations that create and support innovative and distinctive learning experiences.

email: TLC@nps.edu

TPO: Thesis Processing Office

Thesis Processing reviews and collects all NPS theses, dissertations, capstone reports, MBA reports, and joint applied projects. We help our students meet the NPS format and citation requirements and ensure the paper is of graduate-level quality.

email: thesisprocessingoffice@nps.edu

GWC: Graduate Writing Center

Mission: To develop the writing and critical thinking skills of NPS students for success in graduate school and as military and civilian leaders.

email: writingcenter@nps.edu