Student Reporting Procedures
Incoming Students -- Reporting Instructions
All students not permanently as-signed to the KMC, must check-in with lodging prior to class start date.
Students must check-in at the main lodging office located on Vogelweh in Bldg. 1002.
***This is not on the same base as Kisling NCOA. If you are utilizing a taxi service, make sure they wait for you to complete check in so they can take you over to Kapaun Air Station.***
Lodging reserves NCOA rooms prior to student arrival. When contacting or arriving at lodging, let the front desk staff know that you are an NCOA student; this will eliminate any room duplications.
Local Students and Lodging:
Local students are authorized to stay in billeting at their OWN expense. This will be on a Space "A" basis only. Unit CCs may authorize local students to stay in lodging, but lodging costs will be unit funded on a Space "A" basis only
Students residing on campus are with-in walking distance of essential facilities. Rental cars are not authorized at the MAJCOM level. Units are responsible to pay for any rental car expenses; therefore, it is highly discouraged as it is not advantageous to the government or necessary for mission accomplishment.
During their time at the Kisling NCO Academy, it is important for students to know they will have the opportunity to wear ALL standard Air Force-issued uniforms. These uniforms include the service dress uniform, service uniform, and the ABU/OCP and PT uniform. Students should ensure their uniforms are clean, serviceable and adhere to the guidelines specified in AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel. Additionally, uniform inspections will be indicated on class schedules. Students must wear all badges and ribbons for service dress and service uniforms. Ties/Tabs are mandatory. Leadership may make changes to the UOD based on mission requirements or weather constraints.
Once entered into a resident Enlisted Professional Military Education program, students must understand attendance is mandatory and designed to prepare them to assume more responsibility as they achieve greater rank. In order to achieve success, students must be actively engaged in the learning process, adhere to class schedule attendance requirements and engage in the learning process by completing all homework, objectives, performance and remediation assignments on time. Students will not be excused for routine appointments, ceremonies or unit functions during duty hours. Routine appointments whether personal or medical must be rescheduled prior to Day 1 or after graduation. In class, students will listen actively, think critically and willingly discuss lesson principles in class. They must also practice and complete curriculum requirements while also participating in group activities. It is incumbent upon the student to put forth the effort necessary to achieve all learning objectives. This effort will lead to mastery of EPME curriculum material and ultimately to success as an Air Force NCO and future Senior NCO.