The Kuhn Hall Education and Resiliency Center provides services to over 64,000 service members, Department of Defense civilians, retirees, and veterans who work on the installation and 11,000 people who reside on Fort Meade.

Opened in November 2022, Kuhn Hall provides onsite classes, wellness programs and mental health and guidance counseling to the community. Construction of the building was funded through a generous gift from the Fort Meade Alliance and the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation.


  • Education
    • Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP)
    • Army Personnel Testing
    • Computer Lab/Learning Center/Training Room Reservations
    • On-Post College Programs through Anne Arundel Community College and University of Maryland Global Campus
  • Counseling
    • Professional Guidance and Counseling
    • Tuition and Credentialing Assistance access through ArmyIgnitED
    • G.I. Bill Counseling and Financial Aid Assistance

The idea to renovate the center was born when a partnership between Fort Meade Garrison, the Fort Meade Alliance and the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation formed in 2011. To fund the renovation, FMA and FMAF raised $5.1M in donations and garnered support from key individuals like Maryland State Senator Pamela Beidle to gain final approval for the project from the Secretary of the Army.

Additional Resources

Visit the Army Community Service website
Visit the Fort Meade Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers website
Visit the Fort Meade Fleet and Family Support Center website
Visit the Fort Meade Moral Welfare and Recreation Website
Visit the Fort Meade Religious Support Office website
Visit the Fort Meade USO website
Visit the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society website
Visit the Military and Family Readiness website