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Senior Chief Logistics Specialist Norma Porter, the recipients of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA) Peter Tomich Distinguished Leadership Award delivers a speech at the SEA Class 254 graduation Sept. 1.

You will need to follow the SEA guidance for disenrolling from the class. By doing so, you may incur a 12-month-wait before you can re-enroll in a future SEA class.  Note that your chain of command will be required to sign a disenrollment request form (available from your faculty advisor).

If you discover you will not be able to attend the class and the open registration window has closed, you MUST contact SEA Registration so they can manually drop you from the course.  Use our contact form (select SEA Registration) on our Contact Us  page or call:
(401) 841-4221
DSN 841-4221

You can drop a class without penalty prior to the class convening date.  To drop a class, first log into Empower (where you enrolled in the class).  Under the “SEA Academy Students” tab select My Enrollments Course Registration.  You will see a class listed under Successful Registration. Click the “Drop” button on the left side of the page by the course you are enrolled in. (See screen capture below.)
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