ACE Featured Content for Topic Group: Serving the Military and Veteran Community all of the Serving the Military and Veteran Community News from ACEen-usCopyright , American Council on Educationdonotreply@ace.eduSat, 20 Oct 2018 16:26:32 ZACE News Feeds 1.0 Featured Content for Topic Group: Serving the Military and Veteran Community GuideThe ACE Military Guide presents ACE recommendations for formal courses and occupations offered by all branches of the military. All recommendations are based on ACE reviews conducted by college and university faculty members who are actively teaching in the areas they review. New courses and occupations are continually being evaluated by ACE, and these entries are added on a daily basis. The Guide includes all evaluated courses and occupations from 1954 to the present. Research on Military-Connected StudentsACE has conducted empirical research on how student veterans and other military-connected individuals access and succeed in higher education. This research helps colleges and universities develop appropriate policies and practices to serve these students. for Veteran Friendly InstitutionsOriginally designed as a collaborative online resource, the toolkit helps institutions of higher education build effective programs for veteran students and share information. It highlights a variety of best practices including veteran-specific orientation, on-campus veteran service centers, prospective student outreach efforts, faculty training, and counseling and psychological services for veteran students. for Military PersonnelACE provides quality assurance and policy guidance for the Joint Services Transcript (JST) used by the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard. More than 2,300 colleges and universities recognize these transcripts as official documentation of military training and experiences and applicable ACE credit recommendations. Guide: Understanding Your Military Transcript and ACE Credit RecommendationsThis guide is designed to help service members and veterans obtain college credit for their military training and experiences.