The Center at Scott Air Force Base
The Center at Scott AFB offers students the high quality education and personal attention
that are hallmarks of the McKendree experience.
Designed to meet the special needs of the adult learner, the unique, one-month format is ideal for students whose schedules may change frequently. The program offers accelerated courses in four and six week learning formats.
Students taking classes in the Scott program can continue their daytime job while earning college credit at night. Classes normally meet on week nights from 6 to 9:30 p.m. leaving weekends free.
The four and six week formats appeal to military members and civilian working adults since the student is not required to be in class for a full semester. Thus, if a military member must go on temporary duty or needs some time off, or if a civilian working adult must go on a business trip or attend to personal matters, the Center at Scott format does not preclude the student from taking classes the very next month.
The one-month courses allow students to take up to 12 courses per year, or they may take fewer courses to accommodate personal and work responsibilities.
Bachelor of Business Administration
• Business Administration
• Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Science
• Computer Information Systems
• Computer Science
A Teacher Certification Program is offered adjacent to Scott AFB for those desiring to teach at the secondary level and have already completed a Bachelor degree in a variety of areas.
All classes at the Center at Scott AFB have been approved for Veteran’s Education Benefits and military and corporate tuition assistance. McKendree is a member of the Yellow Ribbon Program with the VA.
At the Center at Scott, students enjoy value as well as quality. In addition to offering educational opportunities and challenges that lead to unmatched personal and professional growth, the Center at Scott AFB provides:
• Reduced tuition for undergraduate courses (approximately 63% less than main campus)
• No extra fees (cost based on credit hours taken)