Our on-base classes, local community classrooms, main campus facilities and eCampus offerings provide today's airman with accessibility and flexibility in his/her pursuit of a Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) degree.
The Extended Studies Military Program provides the military connected student with the opportunity to pursue traditional degrees (see the full array of degrees in the Undergraduate Catalog for 2012-2013. We specialize in helping students complete tailored bachelor degrees.
As reported in the Air Force Times, the Air Force is empathizing the individual's responsibilities when using tuition assistance.
Read more about it here. (PDF)
For information about applying your CCAF degree towards a Bachelor of A1-pplied Science degree, visit the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree website.
For many airmen, their dependents and Department of Defense civilians, a program designed to help them restart their educational career is desirable. A Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) may be just the option needed–providing flexibility and building on an individual's life experiences. Check out the BGS program.
If you are undecided on which degree you want to pursue, please use this helpful link to explore your interests and options http://career.boisestate.edu/career-planning/
All current and former active duty, guard, and reserve Air Force members can order a transcript free of charge through the CCAF online system. Orders are processed over night and mailed out within two business days of the order. All orders placed through the CCAF system are mailed through the United States Postal Service. Please allow ample time for the transcript to be delivered.
Boise State supports our military through our National Test Centers. Providing CLEP and DSST services to all qualified service members, their dependents and DoD civilians.
Boise State Gowen Field Coordinator, Larry Bierle
Boise State Mountain Home Air Force Base Coordinator, Valerie Marsh