What is ACE CREDIT?

What is ACE CREDIT?

ACE CREDIT is the American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service.

What is ACE Accreditation?

ACE CREDIT recommendations are used by students to obtain college credit or advanced college placement for formal courses or exams taken outside the traditional classroom, including the military. With over 35,000 courses reviewed, ACE CREDIT is the national leader in the evaluation process for education and training obtained outside the traditional classroom.

StraighterLine courses have been recommended for credit by ACE CREDIT. Once you have successfully completed a StraighterLine course, you are eligible to receive an ACE Transcript for credit transfer purposes.

What is an ACE transcript?

ACE provides an official ACE transcript to participants who successfully complete a course, examination or certification with an ACE credit recommendation. Students can provide their ACE transcripts to institutions in an effort to obtain college credit or advanced placement in a degree program. ACE transcripts are help students transfer college credit for their previously completed college courses at accredited colleges and universities.

Which schools accept ACE Credit?

Over 2,000 colleges and universities recognize ACE CREDIT recommendations, and ACE CREDIT has recommended all of StraighterLine’s courses for credit.

Whatever college you choose as your next step towards your degree, the process of transferring credits is easy. If you need an ACE Guide, the StraighterLine ACE CREDIT Transfer Checklist can be very helpful to start a credit transfer conversation with your student advisor or registrar.

Please note, if you are enrolled, or plan on enrolling in a StraighterLine partner college, you can transfer StraighterLine courses directly without an ACE TRANSCRIPT based on the course equivalency guide created directly with each school.

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