College Credit for your Military Service
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At WITC, there are several ways in which you may be able to use your military experience to finish your degree as efficiently and affordably as possible. With WITC's comprehensive transfer opportunities, you can do just that!
The American Council on Education (ACE) has evaluated formal courses and occupations offered by all branches of the military for equivalent college credit that may apply to your program. WITC will review your military transcripts to determine transfer credit based on recommendations from the American Council on Education.
Begin the process by requesting your military transcript by selecting the appropriate branch below:
Joint Services Transcript (JST) is part of an automated transcript system that combines Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard detailed personal service member data, military course completions with descriptions, military experience and other learning experiences. The transcript also includes college-level test score data for exams such as CLEP, DSST, and DLPT.
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The Department of Defense (DoD) Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program (SECO) has teamed up with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, otherwise known as CAEL, to give military spouses the opportunity to earn undergraduate college credit for college-level learning gained from volunteer and community service, work experience, training programs and independent study.
Watch this video to see what LearningCounts™ can do for you.
Contact a certified SECO Career Counselor at 800.342.9647 to find out more about the program and get started. The counselor will point you in the right direction and assist you in finding the LearningCounts™ course that best suits your needs.
Have questions? Contact any one of our campus Credit for Prior Learning contacts.
You can speak with Shane Evenson, Registrar, for a preliminary evaluation of your transfer credits before you even apply to WITC.