Register for COMPASS
COMPASS registrants must be spouses of active duty military members. *Setting Sail registrants must be fiances of Naval Academy Midshipmen or spouses of active-duty military members. You will be required to pick up session materials at a drop-off location on or near the base where the COMPASS Team is located. Materials may be mailed to you if you are not near a local team. If you don't see a session for a location near you, you may register for one that fits your schedule. If you have any questions, feel free to CONTACT US.
Registration for virtual sessions will close 1 week prior to the session date or when capacity has been reached.
Click on a session below to register.
Dates subject to change.
*"Setting Sail" is a 3.5-hour introduction to the full COMPASS Program, which is normally presented in 12 hours over 3 days. Participants will receive a handbook of resources, information on the COMPASS program (including worldwide locations), and contact information for Mentors. We hope you will join us!
Course materials are provided free-of-charge, thanks to the generosity of FamilyLine supporters and donors.
New to the Navy? Check out these additional resources.
Anchors Aweigh - If a COMPASS class is not provided in your area, or you are not an active duty spouse, Anchors Aweigh provides spouses, parents and loved ones a brief overview of what to expect of the Navy life.
Checklist for New Military Spouses - important information for new military spouses.
MyNavy Family App - The first tool by the U.S. Navy developed for Navy spouses and Sailors’ families that combines authoritative information from more than two dozen websites into a single, convenient application.
Navy Spouse 101- an online introduction to Navy life. Sign up and search for the course "LWRW 100819".
Quick Tips for New Military Spouses - tips to help with military benefits.
Social Customs and Traditions - a free publication introducing spouses to Navy traditions and etiquette.