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Cisco College is your LOCAL community college and is the perfect place for you and your families. We understand your unique needs and challenges and make it possible for you to finish your degree, regardless of your location. You can:
Complete your CCAF academics
Work on transferable credits toward a bachelor's degree
Earn an associate degree in many career-related fields, including allied health or nursing
Qualify for a textbook voucher for up to $100 per class that can be used in the college’s bookstore
The college offers a variety of options at a price you can afford. With over 30 years of experience in working with airmen and their families, we know how important it is that the education you receive is comparable to your non-military counterparts. Through quality academic programs, a commitment to workforce development and personal life enrichment opportunities, Cisco is preparing students for success in the 21st century.
717 Industrial, conveniently off the loop
: Approximately 4,500 students are enrolled and the college’s student/faculty ratio of 16:1 guarantees close interaction between professors and students.
: Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching and Associate of Applied Science as well as many certificates are available.
Career and Technical Education:
Today's career and technical education opens a whole new world of career opportunities and helps students, employees and lifelong learners fulfill their career potential. Career and technical education is about high-skill jobs with great pay. And most importantly, it's about jobs with unlimited career potential.
A technical education pathway is affordable and fast. In one or two years, and sometimes less, you can receive the skills you need to get the job you have always wanted. Currently, nearly one-third of the fastest-growing occupations will require an associate's degree or a postsecondary vocational/technical certificate.
: Your college bill is 1/3 of what it would be at a major public university and thousands less than private institutions.
More than 40 percent of students qualify for federal grant programs while many others receive institutional or state grants.
All Cisco College students have access to the Internet, email and information in regional libraries. Labs on both campuses campus provide student access to the latest in computer technology
Cisco’s courses transfer into any degree program at an accredited institution.
Take classes from anywhere. Many courses are available online, allowing you to take your education with you no matter where you or your family may be stationed.
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