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Military Evaluations

  • 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. ACE reviews military training (courses) and experiences (occupations) with the goal of awarding equivalent college credits for those experiences. The Military Guide has over 18,000 exhibits (15,000 courses/3,200 occupations) dating back to 1954.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

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    May 27, 2015

    Register Now for Free Webinar on Military Credit

    ​Register now for Mapping Military Training & Occupations to Postsecondary Credentials, a two-part webinar scheduled for June 16 and June 18.

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    October 6, 2014

    Academic Review Task Force Commends ACE Credit Review Process, Identifies Areas for Continued Attention

    An Academic Review Task Force says the ACE College Credit Recommendation Service is a leader in providing students with a means for obtaining credit for formal training in workplace and military settings that takes place outside traditional degree programs.

  • December 3, 2013

    Student Veterans/Service Members’ Engagement in College and University Life and Education

    As colleges and universities have been gearing up programs and services to meet the growing veteran student enrollment since the Post-9/11 GI Bill, this report assesses whether student veterans/service members are engaged in both academic programs and campus life to their fullest potential.

  • January 28, 2013

    ACE’s Online Military Guide to Credit Recommendations Has Enhanced Search Capabilities, New Look

    ACE’s Military Guide has a revamped search function and an updated look, making it easier to locate and review the thousands of courses the Council has evaluated and recommended for college credit since 1954.

  • Higher Ed Spotlight: Undergraduate Student Veterans

    This infographic provides statistics on undergraduate student veterans in postsecondary education. Over 5 million post-9/11 service members are expected to transition out of the military by 2020. Since the enactment of the Post-9/11 GI Bill in 2008, Americans have invested over $42 billion on educating many of these transitioning service members. However, little is known about student veterans and their enrollment characteristics at a time when higher education and policymakers need to better understand the needs of this growing, posttraditional undergraduate population.

  • Marine Corps Joint Services Transcript Sample

    Marine Corps Joint Services Transcript Sample. This is a sample of an Marine Corps Joint Services Transcript. It includes all details found on an official transcript and serves as an example.

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    Transfer Guide: College and University Transfer Policies

    Transfer credit refers to credit a college or university grants for prior learning. Each educational institution makes its own decisions about accepting transfer credit.

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    Transfer Guide: Transfer Credit Checklist

    A number of factors affect transfer of military credit, such as institutional policy, alignment with appropriate courses, procedures, requirements, and transfer application deadlines. This checklist will help you transfer credit to a new institution.

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    Transfer Guide: Frequently Asked Questions

    Answers to your questions about transfer credit for your military training and experiences.

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    Transfer Guide: Resources

    Programs and services to help you transfer credit from your military training and experiences to a new college or university.

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