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Academy preparatory schoolsEdit
- The Academy Institutes may have been similar to elementary and secondary schools that were military academies in the 20th and 21st centuries.
- The Starfleet Academy Preparatory Program (DS9: "Facets") may have been waived for Academy cadet-aspirants who attended an Academy Institute.
Cadets on the command-track were given the infamous Kobayashi Maru scenario to test how they would handle a no-win situation.
The Starfleet Academy Marathon was an annual sporting event held by the Academy. Some cadets also competed in the Federation Olympics, and the Academy's Parrises squares team was legendary. (Star Trek: Pendragon)
A training cruise (also known as a cadet cruise) was a cruise on a training vessel where cadets would receive training on how to handle an actual vessel.
Known training vessels:
- USS Earhart (NCC-1583)
- USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- USS Kongo (NCC-1710)
- USS Potemkin (NCC-1657)
- USS Republic (NCC-1371)
Graduate schools/post-graduate trainingEdit
- Advanced Tactical Training
- Starfleet Academy Command Staff College aka Starfleet Command School
- Starfleet Academy College of Communications
- Starfleet Engineering Academy
- Starfleet Academy Fighter Weapons School
- Starfleet Academy College of Law
- Starfleet Medical Academy aka Starfleet Academy College of Medicine (SACOM)
- Starfleet Academy College of Navigations
- Starfleet Academy College of Sciences
- Starfleet Security Academy aka Starfleet Academy College of Security
- Starfleet Academy College of Technology
- In some pro novels and fan continuities, these Academy divisions are treated as part of the undergraduate curriculum.
- See: Bridge Officer's Test.
Starfleet Academy training bases and annexesEdit
Starfleet Academy had numerous training bases and campuses across the Federation. It included several bases within the Sol system, including its primary campus at San Francisco.
- The rationale for the existence of a secondary, non-specialized Academy campus on the same continent, in an era of inexpensive and swift transportation, was not revealed.
A campus for the Academy's Engineering school was in Belfast, Ireland. (Arc of the Wolf: On the Nature of Wind) A campus for the Advanced Engineering School was in New London, Connecticut. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "Children of the Burning Heart", "The Good Fight")
Directors of Education, Starfleet CommandEdit
- Eugene Decker (2217) (Star Trek is...)
- Captain Erich von Steuben (2240-62) (Orion Press: "First Contact 101")
- Admiral Pearson Everett (2250s) (TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper: Republic)
- Admiral Richard Reese (2253) (Expanding the Oecumene)
- Admiral Gregory Thometz (2270s) (Star Trek The Kobayashi Alternative computer game)
- Aex Rotherot (sometime between 2285 and 2288) (TOS novel: Starfleet Acdemy)
- Admiral Christopher Lotito (2285-2288) (Starfleet International: Starfleet Academy: History; Star Trek: Avenger: "Operations Log — USS Avenger)
- Admiral Sharifi (ca. 2293) (New Worlds, New Civilizations)
- Rear Admiral Charles Westerfield (2295) (Federation Spaceflight Chronology, vol. 1)
- Admiral Fincher (late 2350s) (TNG YA novel: Worf's First Adventure)
- Rear Admiral George Foster (2371-?) (Last Unicorn Games RPG: Starfleet Academy)
- Admiral Charlie Whatley (2376) (DS9 novel: Lesser Evil)
- Rear Admiral (later Vice Admiral) David C. Wilton (2279-81) (Starfleet International: Starfleet Academy: History)
- Admiral Bryan Ackermann (2284-85) (Starfleet International: Starfleet Academy: History)
- Admiral Surak (2350s) (TNG: "The First Duty")
- Admiral Eric Hahn (ca. 2366) (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")
- Rear Admiral Andrea Brand (?-2370) (TNG: "The First Duty, Journey's End"); (TNG novel: The Best and the Brightest)
- Bernard McTigue (2377-?) (TNG novel: Articles of the Federation)
- Vice Admiral Nikos Demetriou (Star Trek: Remington)
Academy board membersEdit
- Carolyn Adiwoso (Star Trek: Shadowstar Station)
- Ben Finney (TOS: "Court Martial", TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper: Republic)
- Rebecca Gallaudet (Star Trek: Shadowstar Station)
- John Gill (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
- Charles Gray (Star Trek: Accord)
- James T. Kirk (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before", TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper: Republic)
- (given name unrevealed) Rinehart (Star Trek: Avenger: "Belonging")
- Nyota Uhura (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Orion Press)
- Zachary Beltram (2370s) (Star Trek: New Horizons)
- Commander Richard Boswell (2370-2374) (Star Trek: Remington)
- Elkim (2353-2366 at least) (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "The Burnt Child")
- Bayle Olin Erikssen (2355-?) (Star Trek: Luna)
- Hawkeye (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Beginning of Infinity)
- Commander Hrithrarr (2376-2382) (Eighth Fleet RPG)
- Elizabeth Singh (2369-2371) Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions
- William Storch (Star Trek: Unity One)
- Commander Gedna Tachion (2355-2356, 2367-2370) (Star Trek: Lionhearted)
Earth Starfleet AcademyEdit
Before the Federation's founding, an academy was established for the Earth Starfleet in the 2130s after the organization was established. Also located in San Francisco, the organization folded in favor of the new Federation Starfleet Academy in 2161. (Star Trek: Poseidon - The Birth of the Federation)