Fort Lee Center is committed to providing quality education to all members of the military and civilian communities within the Tri-Cities area. Our students can choose from seven degree plans and our staff guides them along to achieve their educational goals.
Our faculty and staff share a commitment to the personal development of every student. Fort Lee Center offers five 8-week terms throughout the year. Most courses are taught in the evenings, at lunchtime or on weekends. All courses are open to the public.
Fort Lee offers the following degrees:
Associate of Arts General Studies
Associate of Applied Science (AAS):
Applied Science Management
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Hospitality Management/Culinary Arts
Network Systems Administrator
AAS programs are terminal/technical programs and credits earned are generally not applicable to other degree programs.
Information available on:
- Tuition Assistance
- Veteran's Administration Benefits
- Financial Aid
Central Texas College (CTC) may grant credit through evaluation of College Level Entrance Program (CLEP) scores and college entrance scores (ACT/SAT). CTC is also one of the largest writers of Service members Opportunity College (SOC) Agreements and participates in SOCAD-2. Under this program, you can take courses with CTC and transfer them for full credit to another SOC institution.
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) has certified Central Texas College to operate in Virginia. Students on Fort Lee campus must follow the stated grievance process as stated in the catalog. However, if a student’s complaint is not resolved to his/her satisfaction, he/she may contact the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) as a last resort at
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV)
101 N. 14th Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Students who file a grievance will not be subject to any retaliatory action.