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Michie Stadium has been and remains West Point’s key portal to the public. The project will reconstruct the 160,000 square-foot East Stands, built in 1962, modernizing, upgrading, and improving building systems and operations, including broadcasting, ticketing, lighting, winterization, premium and hospitality seating options, concessions and amenities, and stadium accessibility.

The CEAC, the first new academic building at West Point in more than a decade, will be the hub of innovation and collaboration at West Point, supporting academic, laboratory, and collaborative project space for the departments of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science, and Systems Engineering. Forming a monumental south entrance to the Central Area, project features include an extraordinary bridge and a rooftop colloquium and collaboration space.

Just steps away from the Great Chain, whose links once stretched across the Hudson, this strategically located hub will link West Point with the Army, the Nation, and the world. Its innovative subterranean design—echoing the redoubts of the past while showcasing the river view—will reinforce for visitors the institution’s Revolutionary past. Its state-of-the-art facilities, available nowhere else on post, will highlight the critical strategic role of West Point’s mission within today’s Army: producing graduates of character who will lead the force into the future. The Link is dedicated to the principle that the human dimension lies at the core of both the Army’s identity and war itself. West Point is in a unique position to establish a multi-purpose Center that could become a vibrant, nationally recognized location for regular engagement with the humanities. The Academy envisions a significant expansion to the current space dedicated to the Cadet Fine Arts Forum. Located on Trophy Point, this Center would serve as a permanent home for galleries, exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops that would bring cadets, veterans, and USMA graduates together to build community through the humanities.

MODERN WAR INSTITUTE - Read/Print Brochure
To address the return to great power competition between the US and potential (near) peer adversaries, the Superintendent established the Modern War Institute in 2015 to improve the Military Development of Cadets at West Point. MWI does so by continuously generating new knowledge about the Study of War, that it then integrates across all USMA Departments and the Army-  as well as its Joint, Combined, and Inter-Agency partners. The informed debate and discussion that this new knowledge generates among military & national security professionals, policymakers, and academics prepares the Army, as part of the Joint, Combined, and Inter-Agency team, to win tomorrow, by shaping the West Point and the Army today.


Cyber Research Center (CRC) - Read/Print Brochure 
The mission of the CRC is to educate and train cadets in cyberspace operations, provide undergraduate research opportunities, and build and sustain ties between the Academy and the national cyberspace operations community. Its programs are critical to cadet development, as these young men and women will soon be leading the Army’s soldiers against cyber threats and terrorism.

Army Cyber Institute (ACI) - Read/Print BrochureVIDEO
ACI’s broad national charter incorporates the Joint Force, industry, corporations, non-governmental organizations, West Point, and government at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels. The mission is to serve as the Army’s premier resource for strategic insight, advice, and exceptional subject matter expertise on cyberspace related issues affecting Army operations, organizations, and institutions. Its programming will bridge gaps and prompt information exchange across Army, military, academics, industrial and governmental cyber communities.

Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) - Read/Print Brochure
The CTC was established in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001, with the mission of arming current and future leaders with the intellectual tools needed to defeat and deter terrorist threats. This internationally renowned center connects academic experts with military leaders and other government agencies to facilitate research, education, and policy analysis at both the strategic and intellectual levels. The CTC is one of the nation's largest providers of counter-terrorism education.

As part of the Academic Building Upgrade Project (ABUP), Building 606 will be the new home for the Departments of Math and Systems Engineering. The government renovation of MSEC will include key Margin of Excellence elements. An approximately 4,000-square-foot Atrium will replace the current stacked hallways system and resolve what is currently an inhibiting space between the east and west wings and provide key circulation enhancements that move the space from dysfunctional and constraining to modern and inspirational. In addition, the Overlook Bridge will connect MSEC with the soon-to-be-constructed Cyber & Engineering Academic Center (CEAC) and complete the Academy’s Engineering Complex, which includes Mahan Hall, CEAC, and MSEC.

The Academy Scholars Program includes: domestic internships at organizations and institutions such as the U.S. Supreme Court, the FBI, Facebook, and Lockheed Martin; cultural immersion opportunities that provide cadets experience abroad with foreign militaries, educational institutions, and NGOs; and cadet capstone projects, which facilitate advanced cadet-faculty research.

CADET ACTIVITIES - Read/Print Brochure
Cadet Activities (DCA) provides co-curricular, recreational, cultural, spiritual, and social outlets for cadets that contribute to cadet development militarily, physically, academically, ethically, spiritually, and socially. DCA is comprised of more than 100 different clubs. Every activity provides valuable leadership opportunities for cadets, placing them in charge of training, scheduling, budgeting, travel, and other operations. Annual operating funds as well as a few club endowments are needed.

It is critical that our graduates reflect the diversity and vibrancy of the Army they will lead, and of the citizenry they will protect. A diverse and inclusive organization that is representative of the society it serves will draw from the highest quality of available recruits, which inherently improve the force. We must have an environment, resources, and a strategy to attract and retain that talent and ensure every cadet’s success at the Academy. Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives will ensure that vital diversity and inclusion programs and Margin of Excellence initiatives continue to thrive, even during uncertain funding scenarios.

Studying abroad is not only an opportunity for cadets, but highly desirable in an increasingly challenging world with an increasingly complex role for our Army. The Semester Abroad Program supports the priorities established by the former Chief of Staff of the Army, GEN Ray Odierno ’76, to develop future leaders by exposing them to diverse cultures and relevant world regions. Cadets study at civilian universities and foreign military academies to increase language proficiency, regional expertise, and cross-cultural competence.