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Registrar Support

The Air University (AU) Registrar plans, directs, and monitors registrar functions within Air University. The AU Registrar advises the Vice President for Academic Affairs on matters pertaining to the administration of Air Force professional military education, professional continuing education, and graduate education. The Registrar tracks resident and nonresident education through AU schools and oversees the proper documentation of PME within the personnel system.  The registrar office also serves as the Central Scheduling Office for courses and events controlled by AU schools and organizations.


Within Air University, the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) have separate registrar offices.

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Officer PME Record Updates


AFERB, AAD, Quotas, Course Schedules:

  • Overseas Air University's Professional Development, Continuing Education and the Graduate Education Program, which includes out-year course requirements for:
    • Professional Military Education (PME)
    • Professional Continuing Education (PCE)
    • Officer Accessions Training (OAT)
    • Advanced Academic Degree (AAD) programs for out-years 
  • Tracking the scheduling, production and lodging requirements during execution-year for Maxwell-Gunter and AFIT courses.
  • Serves as the AU focal point for the Air Force Education Requirements Board (AFERB), working with AF/DPD to manage both AETC funded PCE and AAD quota and monetary allocations to various functional areas.

 Key Functions:

  • Course/Program Requests:
    • Coordinates new course requests and changes/deletions to existing courses through AU and AF/A1D staff, to include all PCE courses (AF IMT 19 process), PME, Accessions, Technical Training, etc as required for AU processes
    • ETCA:  Ensures AU (to include AFIT) courses are current in the Education and Training Course Announcement (ETCA) web site, and that data aligns with the AU Catalog where required
    • Class/Event Schedules: Develops and maintains the Air University Operations and Production Schedule (AUOPS) to include:
      • BASIC SCHEDULE BUILD (between May-July) – review and coordination of school schedule input
      • SCHEDULE UPDATES-review and coordination of schedule changes, to include requests for reallocation and/or additional quotas
      • LODGING REQUESTS: Processes all requests for Maxwell-Gunter group lodging
        • AU Staff representative to quarterly Lodging Steering Committee meeting
        • Resolve lodging requests resulting in overbooked periods
    • Air Force Education Requirements Board (AFERB): Along with AF/A1D, Career Field Managers and schools, manages both AETC funded PCE and Graduate Education quota allocations
      • Represents the AU/CC in dual capacity as AETC Director of Education
      • Coordinating Grad Ed and PCE programs and requirements
      • Provides reporting and data analysis on programs
      • Coordinates approval of all AETC funded PCE courses(AF IMT 19 process) and Grad Ed AFERB programs
    •  AUREPM: Focal point for the “Course Plans and Scheduling” module of the Air University Registrar Education Program Management (AUREPM)
      • Assigns system privileges and provides training for system users
      • Maintains system support data
    •  Production Reporting: Focal point for all AU student production data. Prepares and submits various periodic and ad hoc production reports and analyses to AF, AETC and AU