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Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC)

Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC)  logoTransfer Your Community College of the Air Force Associate (CCAF) Degree to Wright State

Thank you for your service. The Wright State transfer community welcomes Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) graduates. In fact, CCAF is one of the five largest community college transfer populations at Wright State. 

We are proud to partner with Air University/Community College of the Air Force to help you further your education by earning a bachelor’s degree. AU-ABC is available to currently serving members in the regular Air and Space Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard. Airmen and Guardians may continue their AU-ABC program after separation or retirement. AU-ABC’s baccalaureate degree programs will be completed fully online.

Interested students will apply as a transfer student and request an official transcript. Please contact the Transfer Center at transfer@wright.edu for details.
 

Transfer Guide

Online Academic Services and Support

Course Delivery

All courses in the program of study are offered fully online with synchronous and/or asynchronous options. Some courses offer the option to attend live sessions or view the recording of the session and submit a summary to earn participation/attendance credit. All student team projects and student presentations may be submitted using web conferencing technology like Webex and/or real-time applications such as Microsoft Teams. Webex is also used for courses with live sessions. Microsoft Teams may also be used for team project collaboration. Some introductory courses like OL 2010 and OL 3020 may be completed in a shortened 7-week term. The remaining courses would be completed within 15-week terms. 

Students will use Pilot, Wright State’s online learning management system. They will be able to access course materials such as syllabi, assignments, and schedules.

Student Advising

University advisors, specifically assigned and dedicated to each student, offer in-person, phone, and virtual appointments. Some form of academic advising is required for all transfer students to initially register for classes. This initial meeting is also to review transfer credit applicability and the course plan for the remaining requirements.

Online Learning Resources

All Wright State students are eligible for unlimited support in math and English (composition), as well as one hour per class per week of free tutoring through its Tutoring Center. There are online service hours offered during the week (Monday—Thursday, 9 a.m.—6 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.—4 p.m. Eastern Time). There are Pilot Tutorials for Students on the Academic Support website for students new to the Pilot program. 

Technical Support

CaTS (Information Technology) provides various services to students. They are helpful in troubleshooting access and computer issues. They can also access a student's computer remotely (with permission) to troubleshoot issues.