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The ACE CREDIT College and University Network

December 30, 1899

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​Information for Institutions

The ACE CREDIT College and University Network is a group of more than 2,000 higher education institutions that consider ACE credit recommendations and other credit for prior learning options for transfer to degree programs.

Institutions can join the Network by completing this form.

By recognizing ACE credit recommendations, institutions within the College and University Network help advance students' postsecondary success. The Network also 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. Visit College and University Partnerships to learn more.

Information for Students

Students who have received ACE credit recommendations for training completed through the military, an employer, federal or state agency, or a non-profit association, may be able to obtain transfer credit at a college or university.

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

REMEMBER: Each institution has the sole discretion to determine whether it will accept ACE credit recommendations. Before starting the application process, be sure to contact the institution's admissions office to ask about their transfer policies.

Students should also learn more about the requirements for the degree program they want to pursue and how their credit recommendations could apply.

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