December 30, 1899
ACE is grateful to these institutions for their involvement in the Alternative Credit Project™ and for their commitment to increasing access to quality education opportunities that further the goals of postsecondary education attainment.
Through their participation in this project, these institutions committed to accepting certain new alternative transfer credits—helping to provide students who desired to complete their postsecondary credential with increased access to a quality alternative pathway to earn college credit.
In December 2014, ACE selected 22 colleges and universities and 2 systems through a formal RFP process to serve as the founding institutions of the Alternative Credit Project.
In July 2015, ACE selected 14 additional two- and four-year institutions and one system through a formal RFP process to join the 25 founding institutions of the Alternative Credit Project.
Starting in the Spring of 2016 ACE began to accept new institutions for the project until the project ended in Spring of 2018.
March 19, 2019
JP Morgan Chase has announced grants totaling $350 million over five years for postsecondary education and training in high-demand fields such as information technology, health care, and advanced manufacturing, Inside Higher Ed reports . . . The...
March 18, 2019
ACE is gathering campus leaders to decipher the necessary steps to affirm the long-term benefits of higher education to individuals and our wider society at the ACE West Summer Summit, June 6-7 in Portland, Oregon.
Higher Education Act
March 15, 2019
The House and Senate committees that oversee higher education policy this week held their first hearings in 2019 on reauthorizing the Higher Education Act.
March 13, 2019
ACE and two other organizations have released new briefs providing background for the higher education community on how to help students with disabilities develop the skills to succeed in postsecondary education.
House Democrats have unveiled the latest version of the Dream Act, an effort to provide permanent legal protections and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought to this country illegally as children.
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