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The Army Management Staff College, Fort Leavenworth Campus is located at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, a beautiful Army installation located 20 miles Northwest of Kansas City, MO. 250 Gibbon Avenue, Ft. Leavenworth, KS 66027
Directions to Fort Leavenworth from Kansas City International Airport (MCI)
Map of Fort Leavenworth
Map to AMSC
If you require special accommodations or disability services, we will make every effort to accommodate your needs by using the services available through Fort Leavenworth, the Army, and the Department of Defense.
Accommodations are made on an individual, case-by-case basis. If you have physical, medical or psychological disabilities, you may be required to present documentation of the disability.
You should expeditiously start your request to allow time for the Installation EEO Manager and AMSC time to make any necessary arrangements before your travel to Fort Leavenworth.
Contact the AMSC Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the Reasonable Accommodations Request form.
View the TDY Information document for more information about funding, creating your authorization in the Defense Travel System, adding your line of accounting, lodging, travel expenses, cost comparisons, the use of government travel cards, the use of leave in conjunction with TDY, corps of engineer employees, local national employees, and the ACCMA Rental Car Statement.
Most permanent Department of the Army civilians and Local National employees are centrally funded. Military members, DECA employees, term and temporary employees, and non-Department of the Army employees are funded through their own organizations.
Instructions for Visitors with Common Access Card (CAC) Arriving at the Main Gate
For your convenience when entering the Fort Leavenworth main gate, bring proper identification. You are required to show your CAC to the guards at the front gate.
If you have a rental car or drive your POV, proceed through the front gate. You are required to show your CAC.
Instructions for Visitors without Common Access Card (CAC)
If you don’t have a CAC or Uniformed Services ID Card, you must stop by the Visitor Control Center (VCC) at the corner of Metropolitan Avenue and Sherman Avenue. Follow directional signs to the center's parking lot.
At the VCC, reception clerks will verify that the vehicle driver has a valid license, registration and proof of insurance and that all passengers have either a driver's license or other form of government photo ID. Following a routine background check, visitors will receive a Temporary Pass and instructions allowing them to enter the installation.
For additional gate information, visit the Fort Leavenworth Garrison website - https://home.army.mil/leavenworth/index.php/my-fort/all-services/gate-information
The training site is Building 120, 250 Gibbon Avenue, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Map to AMSC
Shuttle Services between KCI Airport and Fort Leavenworth**
It is approximately a 30 minute ride from KCI airport to Fort Leavenworth. The one-way cost is approximately $35-$45. To ensure the airport shuttle is at the airport to pick you up, call 24 hours in advance to make your reservation.
ENSURE driver has credentials to gain access on post before scheduling service. Visitor Control Center hours of operations are 0700 – 1600.
**The shuttle services listed above are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the AMSC of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. The AMSC bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links.
The Fort Leavenworth DFAC is available to CES students. The DFAC is cash only and does not accept credit or debit cards.
The Army Management Staff College is committed to Army values as outlined in ADP 6-22, Army Leadership. Inherent in these values are integrity and ethical conduct. By pledging to support the Army Management Staff College Honor Code, you agree to uphold the standards as outlined below.
Munson Army Health Center does not have an ambulance service or an emergency room. For an emergency, please dial 911 or go directly to a local emergency room.
Approximately 3.5 miles from Main Gate. From Main Gate, turn left on to Metropolitan, then right on 4th Street Trafficway. Saint John Hospital is on the right.
Available to individuals who are TRICARE eligible or active duty military. Munson Army Health Center does NOT have an ambulance service or an emergency room. For an emergency, dial 911 or go directly to a local emergency room.
We are a learning team and thus share responsibility for your education. We are committed to providing you the program, course materials, and assistance you need to succeed while you are here at the Army Management Staff College.
You are responsible for preparing for class, studying, writing papers, preparing for briefings, taking exams, completing assignments on time, and reading and knowing the course requirements.
We are also committed to creating and sustaining a learning community that facilitates academic development and the personal growth of its members. Fundamental to this commitment is the expectation that the individual members of this community will:
We want to guarantee every student's right to learn, while protecting the fundamental rights of all. The concept of rights and freedoms carries with it corresponding responsibilities for which you are accountable.
It is mandatory that students attend all scheduled classroom activities, unless properly excused by the Course Director.
Under certain conditions, students may be dismissed or released from the course before course completion. Students may be considered for dismissal for the following:
NOTE: There are restricted areas in Fort Leavenworth and Leavenworth. Sightseeing and photographs are not allowed in the restricted areas. Violators could be arrested.
The content of the Course Repository is limited to only those courses that have been
validated by the Office of the Registrar and approved for public release by the
school. Many older courses will not appear in the repository.
However, if you would like to request that a particular course be evaluated and added
to the repository then you can contact the
Office of the Registrar.
Contact Army University for information about privacy and privacy-related requirements
to include Privacy Act system of record notices; DD Form 2930, Privacy Act Assessments;
Office of Management and Budget control numbers required by the Paperwork Reduction
Act of 1995; Privacy Act statements, social security number justification/elimination
plans, and more.
32 CFR Part 505
Army Regulation 25-22
Records Management and Declassification Agency Privacy
Army G-6/CIO Privacy Impact Assessment (.pdf file)
Leader's Guide to Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (.pdf file)
System Owner's Guide to Accreditation and Data Protection (.pdf file)
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or electronic format, stored on personal computers, laptops, and personal electronic
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or employment history.
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situations where persons other than authorized users and for an other than authorized
purpose have access or potential access to personally identifiable information,
whether physical or electronic. This includes, but is not limited to, posting PII
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hard copies to individuals without a need to know; loss of electronic devices or
media storing PII (for example, laptops, thumb drives, compact discs, etc.); use
by employees for unofficial business; and all other unauthorized access to PII.
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