College Credit for ACE Credit-Recommended Courses
Students can receive college credit for American Council on Education (ACE) credit-recommended ALEKS courses. To receive credit, a student must assess at 70% or greater on the course material for an ACE credit-recommended ALEKS course and be registered with the ACE Credit Online Transcript System. Once ALEKS and ACE have confirmed the student's completed work in ALEKS, an ACE transcript is provided. The ACE transcript can then be used to request up to three semester hours of college credit per course at educational institutions that grant credit for ACE credit-recommended courses.
Visit the ACE College Credit Recommendation Service for more information.
ACE Credit-Recommended ALEKS Courses:
*Students cannot receive ACE credit for both of the courses in the following combinations:
Instructions to Receive ACE Credit for an ACE Credit-Recommended ALEKS Course:
Academic Integrity:Anyone applying for credit under the ACE program is assumed to conform to the principles of academic integrity. In particular, the student in whose name credit is requested must have done all work in ALEKS themselves: no other person may do the work for them. On assessments (“Knowledge Checks”), the student may not have any assistance whatsoever, whether human, online, from websites or internet resources, or from any printed or written resource. The conditions of an ALEKS assessment should be the same as a proctored examination. A calculator can be used only when the built-in ALEKS calculator is active; at other times no computing device can be used.