The unaccompanied housing (UH) at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Norfolk consists of 11 buildings and 2,548 beds for permanent party or students, or both. NAVSTA Norfolk UH rooms are clean, well maintained and fully furnished. Also, UH has one market style facility. Units consist of a full kitchen, stackable washer and dryer, living rooms with a 26” TV, with two bedrooms and two baths for four residents. One facility has kitchenettes with a two-burner cooktop, a stackable washer and dryer, one bath, two private sleeping rooms each with a 26” TV. The other facilities have microwaves, refrigerators, one bath and the room has two twin beds to house two people. Lounges and laundry rooms have small and large screen cable provided televisions for your viewing pleasure. In-room common spaces located at building X1 have TVs provided and residents pay for cable service. All lounges are WIFI capable. Learn more about base amenities.
Unaccompanied personnel E4 and below reporting to NAVSTA Norfolk, tenant commands and attached units must report to the UH Housing Service Center (HSC) front desk in building O22- Groshong Hall. The HSC personnel will determine and explain eligibility and housing options. Most personnel, E1-E3 and E4<4, will be required to live in UH. More senior personnel may, under certain circumstances, be eligible to live in UH. Questions? Visit the HSC contact page.
Once UH assignment is completed, the building manger will schedule a time for UH indoctrination and joint assignment. To keep the UH community safe and comfortable, rules and regulations are put in place for all residents. The command feels the rules are reasonable, unobtrusive and expects everyone to abide them.
- UH indoctrination: A copy of the rules and regulations will be provided in the welcome aboard package to the occupant by the NAVSTA Norfolk HSC building manager during indoctrination.
- Joint inspection purpose: Document room status and furnishings at check-in time.
- Owner-Occupied Housing: Occupants' responsibility to promptly report all maintenance problems and required repairs.
- Check-out: Tenant and building manager conducts a joint termination inspection to document room status at check-out. The building manager will explain the process during indoctrination.
Resident advisors (RA) are senior enlisted personnel who provide an after-hours leadership presence in UH. RAs sign a memorandum of understanding, agreeing to certain duties and responsibilities in exchange for a room in UH. The program is strictly voluntary and open to personnel in pay grades E5 to E9 (E4 with their commanding officer’s recommendation) including geographic bachelors (GB). For more information about the RA program and to obtain an application, please contact the UH administrative office using the housing contact form.
GBs are personnel ordered to NAVSTA Norfolk who, by choice or circumstance, have decided that their dependents will continue to live in another geographic area. GBs are receiving basic allowance for housing at the with dependents rate. They are not normally authorized to live in UH; however, we do have a limited number of spaces available for GBs. GBs must submit an application that will be reviewed by the Assignment Review Board. If approved, the GB will be placed on the waiting list and offered UH when it becomes available. GBs may also apply to be RAs. For more information about the GB program and to obtain an application, please contact the UH administrative office using the housing contact form.