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General Education Mobile GEM Program

General Education Mobile (GEM) Program










HACC is a proud partner of the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF)

HACC has partnered with CCAF's General Education Mobile (GEM) program to offer online general education courses. Airmen, Space Force and Guardians can complete 15 semester hours toward the CCAF general education requirements. These five general education courses typically include humanities, mathematics, oral communication, social sciences, and written communication. Tuition rates can be found here

Do I qualify for this program?

HACC offers these courses for Airmen, Space Force and Guardians who want to complete their CCAF Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree requirements.


What are courses are available for me?

HACC offers a variety of courses to help you work towards your CCAF general education requirement. 

HUM 101 Modern Culture and the Arts
HUM 201 World Mythology
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 102 Logic
PHIL 225 Ethics: Belief and Action
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
MATH 103 College Algebra
MATH 111 Principles of Mathematics
MATH 121 Calculus I
MATH 122 Calculus II
MATH 221 Calculus III
Oral Communication  
COMM 101 Effective Speaking
Social Sciences  
ANTH 101 Introduction to Anthropology
HIST 101 World History I
HIST 102 World History II
PSYC 101 General Psychology
PSYC 213 Abnormal Psychology
Written Communication  
ENGL 101 English Composition I
ENGL 102 English Composition II


When are these courses available?

We encourage students to review HACC's Class Schedule page to review course offerings.

In general, HACC offers Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer course terms.  Most terms run between 4 and 16 weeks in length.  The winter term run about 3 weeks between December and January of each year.   

How do I enroll?

1.Select HACC as your GEM institution.

  • Visit AF Portal.
  • Search for "Harrisburg Area Community College." Select HACC and register for courses.
  • Contact HACC's Military and Veteran Affairs to start the HACC admissions and registration process. You may contact the office at at or 717-780-2331.  Primary contact is Dr. Adam Walter, Military and Veteran Affairs Director.  

2. Apply to HACC.

3.  Watch your e-mail for next steps for admission and enrollment.  


What on-line academic support resources does HACC offer to help me be successful?

HACC offers a majority of our academic support resources online.  Please see the list below


What other resources does HACC offer to support MVA students?

HACC is proud to support over 400 active military servicemembers, veterans and family members each semester.  We are also excited to offer the following resources to support our MVA community.