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ACE Faculty Evaluators

December 30, 1899


​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.

The team assesses and validates whether the courses or occupations have the appropriate content, scope, and rigor for college credit recommendations that may be eligible for academic transfer. (Actual credit transferred is solely at the discretion of the college or university.) Credit recommendations appear in the Military Guide for military courses and occupations and in the National Guide for CREDIT courses.

Would you like to serve as a Faculty Evaluator?

If you are actively teaching college-level courses and are receptive to recommending academic credit for learning in an extra-institutional setting, we invite you to join our pool of faculty evaluators. Hear what our current evaluators are saying about this rewarding experience.

To qualify, you must be actively teaching college-level courses at an accredited institution and have a minimum of five years teaching experience.

If you are interested in applying, complete the Evaluator Response Form and attach a current curriculum vitae (CV).

High Needs Areas

We need faculty from all disciplines, but we are conducting more reviews in the following fields:

  • Math
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Bioelectricity
  • Foreign language (Arabic, Urdu, Tajiki, Farsi)
  • Homeland Security
  • Information Security
  • Intelligence
  • Logistics and Supply
  • Nursing
  • Medical
  • Ordnance and Munitions
The Selection and Review Process

After you have completed the application process, ACE will keep your information on file and contact you for availability if an upcoming review requires your area of expertise. ACE creates specialized teams for each review based on the required academic areas, the balance between new and experienced reviewers, the distance from the site where the review takes place, and the overall composition of the team.   

ACE pays all evaluators an honorarium and travel.  See ACE's travel policies and reimbursement forms.

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