Housing & Residential Life is committed to creating inclusive communities and providing a residential living/learning environment that directly supports the educational, social, and personal development of each student.
The Corps of Cadets is an essential component to the leadership and professional development program at Cal Maritime. Every undergraduate student is required to participate in the Corps of Cadets. Through participation in the Corps, cadets develop the self-discipline, self-esteem, and character that will help them excel in their chosen careers.
The Edwards Leadership Development Program is a comprehensive co-curricular program integrated with academic programing which will prepare our cadets for leadership opportunities within the Corps of Cadets, and our graduates for fulfilling careers in the global maritime workforce.
The Cadet-Community Connection offers cadets an opportunity to have a local "family connection." The Hosts -- caring residents from the local community -- will provide friendship, understanding, encouragement, plus a sense of family and the feeling of having a "home away from home" to incoming freshmen as they meet the challenges associated with a demanding first year.
Dining Services is dedicated to providing the best food service and catering possible. Our talented, experienced staff is responsible for the daily dining options for our cadets. This includes three full-service meals in our main dining hall, and daily quick service dining in the Morrow Cove Cafe.
The Associated Students of the California Maritime Academy (ASCMA) serves as the official governing body of the California Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime). It is comprised of a variety of students elected by the student body during the spring semester. The board meets regularily to discuss issues facing the student body, and participation by the greater student community is highly encouraged.
The Student Engagement & Academic Success (SEAS) Center supports student success at California Maritime Academy. Our staff is dedicated to providing a broad base of quality services enhancing an interactive, student-centered learning environment.
Career Services seeks to complement the academic mission of Cal Maritime by educating and empowering students to take ownership of their professional development as a lifelong learner and to function successfully in a global society.
The Student Health Center provides confidential, high quality and easily accessible clinic-based primary care services to all Cal Maritime matriculated students. The academy encourages students to utilize the Student Health Center for their medical needs such as urgent care (drop-in), scheduled appointments, physicals, basic lab, specialty clinics, medications prescribed by our healthcare providers and referrals to off-campus providers.
The Unity Council at Cal Maritime serves as an advisory group to the President and Cabinet on issues of unity and diversity at Cal Maritime and ensures compliance with state and federal equal opportunity regulations. The Unity Council is a presidentially-appointed group of staff, faculty, and students at Cal Maritime devoted to advancing the academy's commitment to diversity and dedicated to creating an environment in which differences are both welcomed and appreciated.