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Returning to Learning: Resources for Students

December 30, 1899

 

ACE offers students assistance in using their ACE credit recommendations and transcripts, information about prior learning assessment options, and resources on returning to college.

If you have ever taken courses through your employer or from training providers, completed a union apprenticeship program, earned a certification, or served in the military, you may have earned possible college credit to apply towards a degree program.

A postsecondary credential - from a certificate to a graduate degree - can mean higher earning potential and greater job satisfaction during the course of your lifetime. Find out more about how to join the thousands of students who have used ACE college credit recommendations to advance their personal and career goals.

CEAI Resource Center: Staff in the Resource Center answer questions about ACE transcripts and credit recommendations for military and corporate training and provide resources to guide returning students.

 

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