Earn Your CCAF Degree

Did you know…

You can earn your Associate Degree in Applied Science (AAS) through the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF)?

Air Force service members use their military training and military work experience, together with college courses to earn their CCAF Associate’s Degree in Applied Science (AAS).

See Community College of the Air Force for additional information

Did you know…

As an airman, your enrollment in the CCAF is automatic?

It’s true! Enrollment in the CCAF is automatic once you have enlisted in the Air Force and are assigned to a specific job. You are immediately enrolled in the CCAF and placed in a program that corresponds with your Air Force job.

See Community College of the Air Force for additional information

Did you know…

You can receive Tuition Assistance (TA) to help cover the cost of DSU’s college courses you’ll take toward your CCAF degree?

Your CCAF degree is earned from military technical training, military leadership courses, and college courses. To offset the cost of college tuition, the Air Force will pay $250.00 per credit, per course (up to $4500 annually). See Community College of the Air Force for additional information.

Better yet…the cost of tuition for DSU undergraduate courses will never exceed $250 per credit, per course for military servicemembers!


DSU waives both the application and registration fees!

Did you know…

How easy it is to start taking your CCAF courses with DSU?


  1. Develop your CCAF degree plan
    Connect with your ESO at the Education & Training Center at DAFB, Bldg. 261, to create your CCAF degree plan and submit your education goal in the Air and Space Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC).
  2. Apply to Delaware State University
    (for degree seeking students, see Join the Hornets Nation)
  3. Register for DSU classes
    See your Delaware State University DAFB representative at DAFB, Bldg.261, Rm.302 to assist you in registering for courses at DSU.
  4. Request your Tuition Assistance (TA) to pay for registered classes. The ESO at DAFB Education & Training Center will provide information and guidance for the TA process and submitting your TA form for supervisory approvals.
  5. Attend your classes!

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