WAPS & Military Testing
Hanger Center Library Annex
Scheduling WAPS: Unit WAPS testing monitors
Scheduling OPI/AFOQT/EDPT/TBAS email email@example.com
WAPS Testing dates will be sent to each WAPS monitor. Please check with your unit WAPS monitor if you have questions
CDC Testing: Tuesdays at 8am and 11:10am, except 2nd Tuesday.
CDC Testing is scheduled by Unit Training Managers (UTMs). If you need to
test, see your UTM.
Other Testing requests should be submitted
PME Testing: Tuesdays at 11:10am, except 2nd Tuesday.
LANGUAGE/DLAB & AFCT TESTING
Language/DLAB and AFCT Testing: Wednesdays & Thursdays, 8am
Language/DLAB and AFCT testing should be scheduled by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
AFCT Testing: Second Tuesday monthly; email email@example.com
DSST AND CLEP TESTING
Saint Leo University is the National Test Center for all CLEP/DSST testing. To schedule an exam, please email the Test Administrator, with your name, exam title, and preferred test date and time, at least 7 days in advance. Public
Speaking is limited to only two test candidates per test session.
Testing will be conducted on Wednesdays at 10:00 am.
All CLEP tests require registration at clep.collegeboard.org/register/exam.
All DSST tests require registration at getcollegecredit.com.
Register as a user, update your profile to show your military status, then
register for the test you wish to take.
You must bring your ID card and DSST username/password or CLEP Exam Registration Ticket on test day.
Before registering with any college or university, check the actual course
costs before committing. Air Force tuition assistance will only cover the
actual tuition costs up to $250 per semester hour or $166.66 per quarter
hour. Fees such as parking, lab, technology, etc. cannot be paid with AF
tuition assistance funds Tuition assistance must be submitted between 45 –
7 days from the start of the term and applicants must have an approved
goal in AFVEC.
DYESS AFB ON BASE COLLEGES
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MILITARY SPOUSES AND EDUCATION
Check out MyCAA (My Career Advancement Account), a program where
eligible military spouses are able to receive up to $4,000 of Financial
Assistance that can help you pursue an education, training, licenses,
certificates and degrees leading to employment in portable career fields.
Take advantage of this little-known, but very valuable program!
Visit the MyCAA Website