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The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) Mission is to provide lifelong learning, readiness, and resilience through flexible and quality education programs, services, and systems in support of the total Army. Our vision is That every Soldier participates in the voluntary education program and every eligible Soldier uses TA for degree completion. In addition, ACES has been providing quality education support for over 50 years to Soldiers and their Family Members.

Part of ACES responsibilities which includes the operation of the Education Center, the Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP), The Multiuse Learning Facility (MLF)  and the APT (Army Personnel Testing) Testing Center. Fort Moore serves as the HUB Education Center which includes spoke sites at Fort Novosel, Redstone Arsenal, and Camp Bull Simons (Eglin AFB).

Education Services

Education Center

The Army Education Center provides assistance to Soldiers and their adult Family Members in developing long and short term educational/professional plans for personal development and growth.

Education Counselors are available to assist with assessing strengths and promoting opportunities for growth based on interests and experience.

On a daily basis, Education Counselors Work with Soldiers by helping them set up their Tuition Assistance through: 

  •    ArmyIgnitED portal.
  •    Help with Credentialing options
  •    Help Service Members in-processing and out-processing
  •    GI Bill questions
  •    Financial aid opportunities
  •    local and non-local college information, degree plan options, and more.

If it is related to college education, credentialing, testing, and TA bring it to the Education Center and get questions answered. We are here to help service you.

Briefings:
Would you like the education Center to come brief your unit, school or event?  Please contact the education center by email to schedule your briefing today!

Education Fairs:
Be on the look out for our next education fair, where you and your family can connect with colleges, educational resources and funding options for school.

Graduation:
Celebrate your accomplishments and hard work with the Education Center for graduation. Together with your friends and family we celebrate your journey and degree obtainment! Be on the lookout from our social media and postings within the education center for graduation updates.

Other Events:
Please follow our social media for any other special event updates, policy changes and current information

Virtual Counselors:
ACES provides virtual assistance to Soldiers who are assigned to fort Moore but have circumstances such as deployment or in the field that makes it difficult to physically come into the Education Center. Our Virtual Education Center is here to service all your educational needs, they can provide the following assistance:

  • Army Education Counseling (mandatory to use ACES programs) including Degree and career exploration
  • ArmyIgnitED
  • Tuition Assistance (TA)
  • Credentialling Assistance (CA)
  • Military Withdrawals (WM) and account holds
  • Exams for college credit (CLEP and DSST)
  • Army Personnel Testing (APT)
  • Virtual Basic skills Education Program (BSEP)
  • VA Education Benefits


Virtual counselor Email: usarmy.jbsa.imcom-hq.mbx.g1-aces-virtual-education-center@army.mil​​​

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BSEP

BSEP (Basic Skills Education Program):

The Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP) provides tutored sessions to help Soldiers master mathematical, reading, and writing skills required by their Army jobs. Sometimes BSEP is also known as Functional Academic Skills Training (FAST). These courses vary in length and delivery, based on the needs and developmental level of the Soldier. Soldiers can enroll at any time as long as there is space available.

BSEP/FAST serves as a Commander's primary on-duty education program. While on duty, it is an opportunity for Soldiers to study and increase their education skills. Upon completion, Soldiers can re-take various Army personnel tests that can assist in changing MOS fields, applying for opportunities and programs such as Officer Candidate School, Warrant Officer School, Green-to-Gold, the Physician Assistant (PA) program, etc and other opportunities. Soldiers are also able to take the course using it as personal opportunity to further their personal educational goals and/or college readiness goals.

BSEP Class Options: 

The Fort Moore Education Center offers 3 options that satisfy the requirements of the BSEP program.  All options require a commander approved application for reservation and your place of duty will be here at the Education Center.  The 3 options also include taking the TABE 11M Pre-Test and the TABE 12M Post-Test (first and last days of class).  Soldiers will need to register to take the AFCT with a required commander approved DA Form 4187.

Option 1:  (three weeks 8a.m. – 3 p.m.)  Instruction is the traditional BSEP course that is referenced above.  Soldiers will participate through attendance in the classroom at the appointed time(s) as this is an “on duty” class.  This course is being held in the Education Center (bldg. 9230) in room 1354.   For this class soldiers will be required to print notes and worksheets ahead of time for each day of class.

Option 2: (four weeks 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)  Instruction is virtual.  Soldiers will participate through the online course via their personal computer.  This is an “on duty” class.  A pre- and post-test will be given at the CTC campus (see page 2 of this flyer).  The AFCT will be taken at the Ft. Moore Education Center.

Option 3: (three weeks 8 a.m.– 3 p.m.)  Instruction is the traditional BSEP course that is referenced above.  Soldiers will participate through attendance in the classroom at the appointed time(s) as this is an “on duty” class.  This course is being held in the Education Center (bldg. 9230) in room 1347.   For this class soldiers will be required to print notes and worksheets ahead of time for each day of class.

Registration process…

To register for one of the above courses send your request to the BSEP email address…usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.bsep-course@army.mil

You will need to include the option number and course date in the subject line of your email request.  For more information, please call the Ft. Moore Education Center at 706-545-7397.

 For additional information or questions please contact the BSEP program directly :  usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.bsep-course@army.mil

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Testing

 Testing Center classroom 2The Army Testing Center is home of testing services, to include both academic testing and Army personnel testing. Testing is done on an appointment basis and can be scheduled over the phone or in person. Some tests are scheduled regularly on specific dates. Testing services are mainly available for Soldiers; however, they can be made available for Family Members and the following testing programs are available to Active Duty personnel, National Guard, Reserve, and other designated personnel:  • Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT)
• Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT)
• Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB)
• Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT)
• Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)
• Diagnostic Examination - Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE)

All testing services require an appointment. 

For more information/ scheduling, contact:

Military Testing - Rm. 1392
Phone: (706) 545-8306
Email: usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.apt-testing-center@army.mil

National Testing Center
If interested in taking PearsonVue (Professional Certification), proctored exams, CLEP or DSST exams, please contact the local National Testing Center site managed by Troy University. The telephone number is: 706-660-2318.

SAT, ACT, GRE and GMAT tests are not offered at the Testing Centers. However, Soldiers can schedule these online through the respective test sites and request reimbursement through DANTES if they are eligible.

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On-Post Colleges


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Five on-base colleges deliver face-to-face classes.

  • Central Texas College : https://www.ctcd.edu/
  • Columbus State University : https://www.columbusstate.edu/
  • Columbus Technical College : https://www.columbustech.edu/
  • Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University : https://erau.edu/
  • Troy University : https://www.troy.edu/

College

Representative

Room Number

Contact information

Hours

Website

Central Texas College

 

1335
1320

706-682-7668
706-682-7390
director.moore@ctcd.edu

 

https://www.ctcd.edu/

Columbus State University

Haley Wilson

 1329

706-507-8806
Wilson_Haley3@columbusstate.edu
military@columbusstate.edu

Mondays

https://www.columbusstate.edu/

Columbus Technical College

Tamara Hicks

1331

706-649-1914

 

https://www.columbustech.edu/

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Audra Bankston

1333

706-505-1101
386-265-6952
columbus@erau.edu

Mon. - Wed. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Thursday-Friday by phone

https://erau.edu/

Troy University

Michelle Zambesi

Leon Johnson

Stacy Warren

1325

1327

334-448-5136
mzambesi@troy.edu

706-660-2318
johnsonl@troy.edu

706-660-2332
warrens@troy.edu

Mon. - Fri.    8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

 

https://www.troy.edu/

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Directory

Directory

Education Center

706-545-7397

usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.educationcounselors@army.mil

Army Testing 

706-545-7397

usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.bsep-course@army.mil

National Testing Center 706-660-2318 Bldg. 9230, Room 1392
Basic Skills Education Program 706-545-7397 usarmy.moore.usag.mbx.bsepcourse@army.mil

 

Fort Moore Hub Satellites

Fort Novosel

334-255-2925

Fort Novosel, AL

Redstone Arsenal

256-876-9761

Huntsville, AL

Camp Bull Simons

850-882-4608

EMail: usarmy.eafb.7-sfg.mbx.education-center@army.mil

Eglin AFB, FL

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