National Academy News

Over the last few years, the FBI has been involved in an ambitious series of renovations at the National Academy, the first major overhaul since the doors opened on our new location in Quantico, Virginia in 1972.  We have completely renovated the Madison Dormitory (which is the dedicated dorm for National Academy students), and we are very pleased to have the National Offices of the NA Associates residing on the Madison’s first floor.  The cafeteria is brand new, and unlike it may have been for some graduates of the past, the food is now considered one of the highlights of the NA experience!  The track and gym have been refurbished, and we have a new field house on the track infield.  The pool, Hall of Honor, and classroom buildings are all in some state of renovation; in fact, nearly every building on campus has a project ongoing.  These efforts are an indication of the commitment of the FBI to the National Academy.  Since 1935, the FBI has been honored to host the NA.  With almost 50,000 graduates from 171 countries in our first 81 years, we are looking forward with excitement to the next century of the National Academy!


Jeffrey S. McCormick
Unit Chief