DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
EDUCATION SERVICES - Harry S. Truman Education Center
To vigorously promote lifelong learning opportunities to sharpen the competitive edge of the Army by providing and managing quality self-development programs and services.
Classrooms and Computer Lab
The staff and college representatives have their offices on the fifth floor of the Welcome Center, building 4700.
3281 Koehler Loop
Fort Sill, OK 73503
Counselors and College Representatives
4700 Mow-Way Road, 5th Floor
Fort Sill, OK 73503
AREA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Additionally, we offer associate of science and bachelor of science degrees in interdisciplinary studies. These degrees are designed to serve active duty personnel and goal directed students whose educational needs are not met by one of the university's present majors.
New students to Cameron, please contact our main campus Admissions' office at (580) 581-2289 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and application process.
For questions concerning enrollment, contact the Registrar's Office at (580) 581-2231 or email@example.com. The Admissions and Registrar's offices are located on the second floor of North Shepler Tower, 2800 W. Gore Blvd., Lawton, Okla
CTC offers associate of applied science degrees in applied management, applied management with computer applications, business management, criminal justice, legal assistant/paralegal, information technology, business programmer analyst, restaurant and culinary management, and hotel management specialization. CTC offers associates of arts degrees in general studies and social science.
To enroll or for more information, call our Fort Sill registrar at 580-343-7551 or visit our office in Truman Education Center during regular open hours. Visit us online at http://www.ctcd.edu/continental/ftsill/index.htm
Here at the Harry S. Truman Education Center on Fort Sill, OU outreach offers the following programs to military personnel, civil service personnel and civilians: master of human relations, master of arts with an emphasis in international relations, master of arts with a major in economics, and a master of arts with a major in communication.
The degrees are non-thesis; instead there is a comprehensive exam towards the end of the degree. Classes are offered on a two-weekend format, and applications are taken continuously throughout the year. To be qualified for admission, student must possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; no GRE score is required for admission. For more information, please visit http:/www.ou.edu/outreach/.
Degree programs offered at Fort Sill include masters of business administration, masters in arts in human resources management, information technology management, and management & leadership.
The distinguished faculty teaching in our online classrooms share the same credentials as those in our more traditional ones. And our academic standards are just as rigorous as ever. Military Advanced Education magazine lists Webster among its top 10 colleges and universities.
Our accessibility, portability and real-world approach to learning set us apart. Let the quality education we provide do the same for you. Hooah!
Take one class at a time to reach your degree completion!
Financial aid is available for those that qualify.
Please contact our on-site admissions representative for additional information; phone 580-353-5766. Our office hours are 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., weekdays.
Wayland's degree programs at Fort Sill are: masters of arts in counseling, masters in public administration and masters of arts in history.
Please visit our Altus campus Website at: http://www.wbu.edu/altus or apply online by visiting https://apply.wbu.edu/
Please contact our Fort Sill on-site representative for additional information; phone 580-248-1171. Office hours are 12-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
COUNSELING and TESTING SERVICES
Information- Requesting any voluntary education program or service starts by seeing one of ours counselors. Call 580-442-3201 to schedule an appointment. Appointments are available Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Counselors are located in Truman Education Center, 3281 Sheridan Road. They will provide advisement and assistance for:
- Developing Your Military Career
- Determining Educational Goals
- Obtaining A Military Evaluation, SOCAD Agreement And Degree Plan
- Requesting Transcripts (High School, College, AARTS)
- Applying for Admision to On-Post Universities
- Enrolling In College Courses
- Obtaining Tuition Assistance
- Obtaining Testing Services
- Pre-Commissioning Programs Veterans Education Benefits
Testing ServicesService members wishing to take Army personnel tests or Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education (DANTES) tests must first see the test control officer at the education center to verify eligibility and obtain a test referral. Testing is administered by appointment only, Monday through Thursday with priority to national test dates.
GT ImprovementTake a test to assess your strengths and weaknesses.
Subject to the availability of funds, on-duty BSEP classes are offered Mon-Thu, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Classes are open-entry and self-paced. See the BSEP coordinator for enrollment information.
Following successful completion of courses, take the GT predictor test. Scores of 100 of higher qualify to be scheduled for the Armed Forces Classification Test. Those scoring less than 100 will need to consult withthe BSEP coordinator for further advisement.
Free evening classes for soldiers and adult family members are available through the Lawton Public Schools Center for Adult and Community Education.
Pre-GED and GED review and English as a Second Language (Beginning and Intermediate)
An adult high school degree completion program is offered for a nominal fee. Eligible soldiers must see a counselor at the Education Center, 3281 Sheridan Road, to receive 100% tuition assistance and enrollment information. Family members call 580-355-7727 for enrollment information.
Army ROTC turns college students into officers through a program that combines college courses in military science with summer training sessions. When the program is successfully completed and the student graduates, he or she can be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, Army National Guard, or Army Reserve. Active duty soldiers may attend ROTC via the Chapter 16 program; transitioning soldiers may attend via the Green to Gold program or the scholarship program. Reserve components may apply under the Simultaneous Membership program (SMP). Eligible family members may also apply. Call the education center at 580-442-3201 to get the date and time of the next ROTC scholarship opportunities briefing.
The center offers computers with internet for all Active Duty, Reservists, retirees, adult family members and all DA Civilians Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tuition assistance is available for eligible soldiers to cover post-secondary instruction required by the soldier’s school approved degree plan/student agreement. Currently, tuition assistance covers 100 percent of tuition costs up to $250 per semester hour, and all fees, with a maximum yearly amount capped at $4,500. In order to receive tuition assistance, soldiers must see a counselor at the Army Education Center prior to course enrollment.
Tuition Assistance Web Site - Using the GI Bill while on active duty
If you wish to use your GI Bill Education benefits please see a Guidance Counselor at the Education Center for information about what you can do.
The following list contains links to web sites topically related to Army education. Clicking these links will take you to a web site not part of Army education. Their inclusion on this page in no way implies an endosement of the site:
- Go Army Ed
- U.S. Army One Source
- U.S. Army Correpondense Course Program
- U.S. Army Medical Education
- U.S. Army Reserve Command
- U.S. Army Recruiting Command
- U.S. Army Junior Reserve officer Training Corps
- U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
- TRADOC Digital Library
- U.S. Army Warrant officer Career College
- U.S. Military Academy at West Point
- Servicemembers Opportunity College Army Degrees
- Department of Education
- Department of Veteran Affairs, Education Benefits
- Library of Congress- Legislative Information (Thomas)
- American Council on Education
- College Net
- U.S. Military Academy at West Point
- Federal Financial Aid
- Scholarship Search by The College Board
- Military.com Scholarship Search
- CollegeNet Mach25 Scholarships Database
- Sallie Mae's Online Scholarship Service
- Specific word searches