MAT 110A: Math Concepts

MAT 110A: Math Concepts
24 July-21 August
This course gives students an awareness of the role mathematics plays in today’s society and how it is used to understand and solve relevant problems. Additionally, it develops a student’s numerical literacy to confidently interpret and communicate numerical literacy to confidently interpret and communicate numerical information. Topics include a brief introduction to the principles of logic, numerical concepts and problem solving, algebraic concepts in the context of mathematical modeling and statistical reasoning with an emphasis on descriptive methods.

HUM 101A: Creative Arts

HUM 101A: Creative Arts
12 June-17 July
This course provides an introduction to our humanity through hands on experience in the arts (music, visual arts, poetry, story, play and dance). Aesthetic and artistic values in the broader context of human culture development, responsibility and joy are explored.

Higher Education Track

Higher Education Track
28 June | 0830-1600 | Bldg. 606 | RM 106B
This briefing is for transitioning Service Members. Members pursuing college education will receive guidance on how to prepare for the college application process. It addresses such topics as identifying educational goals, education funding and researching and comparing institutions. Members MUST attend TAP-GPS with A&FRC before attending.

CCAF Graduation

CCAF Graduation
16 May | 1400 | Bldg. 1032 | LDC
All are welcomed to attend this important achievement in the careers of our Airmen.

Higher Education Track

Higher Education Track
24 May | 0830-1600 | Bldg. 606 | RM 106B
This briefing is for transitioning service members. Members pursuing college education will receive guidance on how to prepare for the college application process. It addresses such topics as identifying educational goals, education funding and researching and comparing institutions.
Members MUST attend TAP-GPS with A&FRC before attending.