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Army Continuing Education System

Army Continuing Education System

 Monterey_2019  The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) and The Presidio of Monterey (POM) Army Continuing Education System

The Presidio of Monterey Education Center’s mission is to provide professional educational services to support the personal and professional development goals of Presidio of Monterey community members. It is in Building 636B, Rifle Range Road, on the Presidio of Monterey. The telephone phone is 831-242-5325, DSN 768-5325. The fax number is 831-242-6817. For detailed information on local and distance learning schools (Community College of the Air Force; Naval Postgraduate School; Monterey Peninsula College, California State University at Monterey Bay; Brandman University; Monterey Institute of International Studies; Monterey College of Law; Excelsior College), visit
www.monterey.army.mil/Education_Services/education_main.html.

POSTSECONDARY PROGRAMS

Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Associate of Arts Degree Program

Service members who complete language studies at the Defense Language Institute earn 45 semester hours toward a college degree. By completing minimal additional general education requirements, students can earn an associate degree in the language studied. For more information, visit www.dliflc.edu.

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Professional Counseling Services

Guidance counselors are available to assist military personnel and adult family members with achieving educational and occupational goals. Meeting with a counselor is key to becoming acquainted with programs and services that support one’s needs. Counseling is available on a walk-in or appointment basis.

THE MILITARY LEARNING FACILITY

The Military Learning Facility provides a comfortable location where service members can pursue educational and career development research with the internet.

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