The Education Center enhances mission accomplishment by offering advisement and counseling on CCAF, voluntary education programs, and military tuition assistance. Additionally, we offer testing services for PME, CDC, DLPT, and other educational testings. Finally, we are the base source for formal training, TDY-to-School requirements, on-the-job training, and ancillary training.
Mission Statement: To personally and professionally develop the Saber community.
Building 129, 1st floor
Walk-in hours Monday–Thursday, 0800 – 1600, Friday by appointment
DSN 452-6063, option 5
$4,500 FY funding available for associate, bachelor, and graduate degree
TA Briefing attendance is required Briefings will be available onine only. Please view our SharePoint for further instructions.
Create education goals, submit TA requests, and find resources.
> Click on *CCAF Student Services under Self Service
> Click on hyperlinked degree title
To transfer college credits to CCAF, request official transcripts to be sent to
100 South Turner Blvd
Maxwell-Gunter Annex, AL 36114-3011
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday 0800-1500
*Closed on weekends & holidays with no walk-ins accepted
Locations for Testing
Computer-based Testing (Bldg 129 Room 117):
AFCT, ASVAB, CDC, DLAB, DLPT, HazMat, and Log R
Paper-based Testing (Bldg 129 Room 305):
AFOQT, AFRAT, EDPT, Weight & Balance, and WAPS
IMPORTANT TESTING INFORMATION:
Please arrive NLT 15 minutes prior to the scheduled testing session. Parking is limited in front of our building.
All examinees, Active Duty and Reservists, must wear the authorized Uniform of the Day. PT gear is not allowed. You will only need your CAC to verify your identity.
To schedule and/or cancel a scheduled test, please notify the test center.
Study guides for most tests are available at the library, Bldg 148, right across from the Education Center.
US AF Academy, LEAD – must not have reached 23rd B-day on 1 Jul year of entry, cannot have legal dependents; 10 month prep school consideration for those who have not reached 22nd B-day (prep school attendees stay on AD)
AFROTC scholarships/early-release – 2-4 year release from AD to pursue college full-time
Officer Training School – 47-day training school for individuals with bachelor’s or within 365 days of completion, mbrs stay on AD
Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program – 2-year, full-time nursing program while on AD
Biomedical Science Corps (Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Clinical Psychology, Direct Accession) – Advanced degree programs, prerequisites and/or degree required; mbrs stay on AD
Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program – 2-year medical school prep program at USUHS, bachelor’s degree required; mbrs stay on AD
Medical Services Corps – Training for Hospital Administration, degree required; mbrs stay on AD
CLEP, DSST, Pearson VUE, ASE, Proctored Exams
Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday 0800-1800 *Open Family Days
In the event of Authorized Reporting Delay, WAPS and Military Testing Centers will resume according to the approved reporting delay notice.
Authorized Reporting Delay of 2 hours: Testing Centers will delay from a 0800 start time to a 1000 start time.
In the event of a Snow Day, the Test Control Officer will contact members to reschedule when normal hours resume.
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