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Credit Recommendation Services

​The American Council on Education’s (ACE) College Credit Recommendation Services provide students with a means for obtaining credit for formal training in workplace and military settings that takes place outside traditional degree programs. These services began in 1945 when ACE Military Evaluations first started reviewing military training (courses) and experiences (occupations) for college credit recommendations. In 1974, ACE expanded these services when it started its CREDIT® program which helps students by aligning workplace learning with college and university degree programs.

 

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    Types of CREDIT Reviews: Course Reviews

    CREDIT Reviews evaluate training programs, certifications, apprenticeships, and examinations to determine eligibility for college credit.

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    Becoming a Faculty Evaluator

    ACE offers a Faculty Evaluation program that reviews and recommends college credit for corporate courses. All course reviews and recommendations are conducted by college and university faculty members actively teaching in the areas they review. This guide offers information on how to become a Faculty Evaluator.

  • CREDIT

    The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT®) connects workplace learning with colleges and universities by helping adults gain access to academic credit for formal courses and examinations taken outside traditional degree programs.

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    Faculty Evaluator Frequently Asked Questions

    This FAQ provides information for postsecondary faculty members interested in joining ACE's Faculty Evaluator program.

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    Faculty Evaluators - Home Page

    ACE review teams embrace the philosophy that what an individual learns is more important than when, where, and how the individual learned it. An ACE evaluation is a rigorous, hands-on process conducted by a team of teaching faculty from relevant academic disciplines, representing a diversity of colleges and universities.

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    Faculty Evaluator Travel Policies

    Information on making travel arrangements, conducting the evaluation, and filing travel reimbursement forms.

  • How to Prepare for an ACE Military Review

    These instructions are designed to assist military training schoolhouses in planning for and hosting successful American Council on Education reviews.

  • Military Programs

    The American Council on Education's Military Programs’ department traces its origins back to the founding of ACE in 1918. Since 1945, ACE has provided a critical link between the U. S. Department of Defense and higher education and in this role helps our nation’s military members and veterans gain access to higher education.

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    Serving on an ACE Review

    ACE evaluation teams consist of subject matter experts and ACE staff.

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