Your question: How does the Air Force community college work?

Does CCAF give you a GPA?

CCAF does not report a GPA. Although a university may consider your GPA as they review your application for admission, the GPA average of record will probably start all over when you start taking classes at *that* university.

Can I still get my CCAF after I separate?

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) — Air Force combat-related wounded warriors wishing to continue their Community College of the Air Force education can now do so after separating or retiring thanks to provisions in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act.

What degrees does the Community College of the Air Force offer?

CCAF offers A.A.S. Degrees in five career areas, which include Allied Health, Public and Support Services, Logistics and Resources, Electronic and Telecommunications and Aircraft and Missile Maintenance.

How many college credits do you need for security forces tech school?

The program for Air Force Security Forces Specialist is based in Lackland Air Force Base in Texas and is 65 days in length. Graduates are awarded a military police certificate in Criminal Justice with 17 college equivalency credits.

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Can you get a college degree in the Air Force?

Airmen can now apply their Community College of the Air Force credits toward a bachelor’s degree from a variety of universities and colleges. However, degree requirements can be completed after a member retires or separates from the service. …

How do I access Afvec from home?

Before you can access the online TA request process, you must create a user name and password on the AFVEC. This can be done through the Air Force Portal at

How much college does the Air Force pay for?

The Air Force Tuition Assistance (TA) program is designed to help active duty personnel pursue voluntary, off-duty educational opportunities. Currently, the program pays 100 percent (up to $250 per semester hour or equivalent) of the cost of college tuition with a limit of $4,500 per fiscal year.

How long do you have to be in the Air Force to get free college?

The Air Force offers ROTC scholarships for periods of one to four years. The scholarships cover some or all of the student’s tuition and students receive a monthly stipend for living expenses. In exchange, students are required to serve on active duty for at least four years.

Does the Air Force have tuition assistance?

The Air Force currently pays 100 percent of tuition, up to $250 per semester hour and $166 quarter hour ($4,500 annually), in off-duty courses with accredited schools who have signed the Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding in pursuit of approved degree programs.