The Glynco Welcome Packet comprises of information on Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), environmental and safety, FLETC Guest Network, the omsbudsman, and multimedia center and library.
Student Recreation Activities
As part of the Student Services Division there are a variety of activities in which the student can participate such as basketball, weight training, racquetball, softball, tennis, golf and volleyball. Participants are required to provide their own footwear. In addition to the activities listed, each dormitory has various small games, pool tables, table tennis, and television for the relaxation of the students. Inquiries and suggestions regarding student recreation may be directed to the Recreation Specialist.
Phone: (912) 267-3099
(*dial last 4 digits when on post)
Health and Wellness
Providing multi-level wellness solutions to restore, sustain, and enhance the health and well-being of the FLETC community.
Student Available Programs
A measurement of physical characteristics to establish benchmarks and evaluate changes over time.
Is a group-based tobacco cessation support program offered by the American Cancer Society and facilitated by the Employee Wellness Program. The program works toward helping smokers develop a plan for a successful quit attempt.
Provides Lunch-n-Learns, wellness classes at your staff meetings, small group classes, and 1-on-1 wellness coaching to empower individuals and groups with the attitudes, knowledge, and skills to implement behaviors to enhance well-being.
Contact the Wellness Coordinator directly to schedule classes for staff meetings or to participate in small group classes or wellness coaching. These are also announced on FLETC-Connect.
Events & Activities
Themed health awareness observances, health fairs, wellness challenges, blood drives, and various wellness activities to engage the FLETC community and support a culture of wellness.
For more information on these programs check out the FLETC's Well 365 Brochure.
Phone: (912) 267-2262
Leisure and off-duty clothing should be commensurate with the climate during the student's stay at the Center. The climate at Glynco is relatively mild the year-round with a mean temperature of 68 degrees. Temperatures are typically in the 90’s during the summer months, and down to the 20's in the winter months (January and February). Humidity is high year-round.
All personal mail should be addressed using this format:
FLETC Student's name Class title and number
1131 Chapel Crossing Road Glynco, GA 31524
Students in advanced classes that have class materials to be mailed to their duty stations must have mailing labels from their agency or pay for the postage.
The Center physician and nursing staff are available students and staff on FLETC. Charges for medical care received by a facility other than the Center Health Unit is the responsibility of the student.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m (excluding government holidays)
Phone: (912) 267-2385
The Glynn County Federal Employees Credit Union offers a variety of services for a nominal fee, including cashing government checks, money orders, travelers checks and personal checks (limit $100). Two-party checks are not accepted by the Credit Union or any local bank; nor does it handle credit card cash advances. The Credit Union does accept incoming/outgoing wire transfers, sells money orders and travelers checks, and offers free notary services and discount cards to Disney World. An Automatic Teller Machine is available at the FLETC Express and at several places in the local community.
Phone: (912) 264-6325
FLETC maintains computer laboratories in Building 212 and 262, specifically for student use. The labs are equipped with the latest computers with appropriate software including Microsoft Office. The lab hours are as follows:
Building 262, Multimedia Center anf Library
Hours: Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday and Holidays: 8:00 a. m. – 5:00 p. m., Sundays: 10:00 a. m. – 7:00 p. m.
Bldg 262, Room 1008
This lab is always open during building hours, but unavailable when an official class is utilizing the room.
Building 212, Room 119
Monday – Thursday 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., closed Friday and Saturday, and open Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed holidays.
Annual leave will normally not be granted while students are in training. Leave requests for special situations will be granted only when both the appropriate Training Management Division and agency representative agree that the leave request is reasonable and should be approved. Sick leave will be granted as required.
Students are urged not to leave valuables in the dormitory room or in their off-Center housing room. Dormitory rooms are equipped with locked cabinets. Most motels have a place to lock up valuables upon request. The safeguard of personal valuables lies with the individual student. Please be careful. Personal weapons will not be stored by the Firearms Division. DO NOT bring personal weapons to the training center. Duty weapons must be checked in at Building 1 (Main Gate).”
Cameras and Photography
FLETC policy prohibits taking identifiable facial photos of students or staff without prior permission of the individuals involved. In addition, it is against the law for certain agency personnel to be photographed under any circumstances. (This policy stems from a need to protect criminal investigators who may perform undercover work.) Although this policy does not preclude “fond memory” type photographs or photography necessary as a part of a course of instruction, students and their visitors are required to adhere to this policy and remain sensitive to its purpose and intent. Please report all suspicious circumstances involving photographic film images being taken to the FLETC Security and Emergency Management Division at 912-267-2102. Types of incidents include, but are not limited to: Anyone seeming to be capturing images of individuals without their knowledge; Anyone making a detailed record of all or any part of the FLETC installation; Anyone attempting to obtain class pictures that they themselves are not physically in.