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The ACE Credit College and University Network

December 30, 1899

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​The Network is a group of more than 2,000 higher education institutions that consider ACE credit recommendations for transfer to degree programs.

By recognizing ACE credit recommendations, network members advance student postsecondary success and in turn are recognized by millions of adults affiliated with ACE CREDIT’s government, corporate, association, and labor union partners. The Network provides assistance to individual institutions and statewide systems by offering templates, resources, and webinars on ACE credit recommendations, credit for prior learning, and degree completion programs. 

Find colleges and universities that consider ACE credit recommendations for military and workforce training.

Join the ACE Credit College and University Network by completing the registration form.

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