Hill AFB Community
College & Technical Training
The Hill Air Force Base Education Office offers free DANTES testing for active duty military and reserve members. The cost for civilians is $122.00. Contact the Education Center, Building 383, at 801-777-2710 for more information. The Education office does not offer any facilities for GED. Ogden City school district and Davis Applied Technology College offer preparation for college English or math high school completion, GED and English as a Second Language, among other services.
Education Services programs help meet professional and personal development needs. Military oriented options include Community College of the Air Force, Non-Commissioned Officer Academies, Air Command and Staff College, Air War College, military tuition assistance,and GI Bill counseling.
On base schools; Park College, Webster University, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provide Associate, Bachelor or Master degree programs in a variety of offerings; including evening, lunch hour, weekend and online classes. In the local area, several colleges and universities offer full curriculum at all degree levels, and vocational schools provide certification opportunities. Education counseling is available for active duty members, Guard and Reserve members, DOD civilians, and family members of all of these. For more information on available programs on and off base call 801-777-2710 or DSN 312-777-2710.
Base Military Training and Formal Training direct all training related temporary duty actions and orders. It includes career development course upgrade and testing and in-residence Professional Military Education for all levels of enlisted and officer military education. For more information call 801 777-2462 or DSN 315-777-2462.
The on-base college courses are offered in the 8-12 week formats, depending on program, typically beginning in August, October, January, March and May each year. Contact each school (see below) directly for more specific information.
Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) offers and awards job-related associate in applied science degrees and other academic credentials to enhance mission readiness, contribute to recruiting, assist in retention, and support the career transitions of Air Force enlisted members.
Colleges Offered include:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Offers associate and bachelor degrees in Professional Aeronautics and a bachelor degree in Management of Technical Operations; master degrees in Aeronautical Science with emphasis in Management or Operations and Business Administration/Aviation. For further information call 801-777-0952.
Park University — Offers associate degrees in Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Management, Management/Accounting, Management/Logistics, Office Management, Social Psychology; bachelor degrees in Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Management, Management/Accounting, Management/Computer Information Systems, Management/Health Care, Management/Human Resources, Management/Logistics, Social Psychology; General Education classes.
Check out their on-line degree programs in Management, Management/Computer Information Systems and Criminal Justice. For further information call 801-777-9992.
Webster University — Offers master degrees in Human Resources Management, Human Resources Development, and Information Technology Management. Webster University will also be offering a masters degree in Procurement and Acquisitions Management. For further information call 801-586-5460.
The Education Office administers Air Force Tuition Assistance (TA) for active duty Air Force members, and Reserve and Guard members on active duty orders. Currently TA is paid at a maximum of $250 per semester hour up to $4500 per fiscal year. Call the Education Office at 801-777-2710 or DSN 312-777-2710 for tuition assistance information. NOTE: The Education Office does not have access to, or information regarding, TA for civilian personnel. Civilians should check with the Training office in their respective organizations for information relating to civilian TA.