Fort Hood

Fort Hood offers five eight-week terms per year and several mini terms and unit classes. The majority of courses are offered in the evening, with daytime courses also available. Fort Hood college classes are open to active-duty personnel and their family members, retirees and civilians. The Fort Hood Student Services Office has full-time staff to provide academic advisement to meet the educational needs of the Fort Hood community. Students may register at Fort Hood for courses taught on post as well as most courses offered at the Central Campus. For more information, visit the CTC Fort Hood website by clicking the “Locations” link on the CTC website, and then clicking “Fort Hood.”

Financial aid students and students using Veterans Administration benefits should contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance at the Central Campus prior to enrolling for courses at Fort Hood. Students attending courses through the Military Tuition Assistance Program should meet with a military education counselor prior to enrollment. A VA representative is available on Fort Hood to discuss veteran’s benefits.

In addition to college programs, Fort Hood also has contractual agreements to provide the programs and services listed below. Check with the Fort Hood Student Services office for more information and to determine your eligibility to attend.

Other Fort Hood programs and services offered:

Hospitality Programs

Testing Services

Transition Programs - provides transitioning service members job skills in preparation for civilian employment. Programs are offered at no cost to eligible students.

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