NCPACE Distance Learning

Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE)

Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE)

CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION AT SEA!

NCPACE courses are delivered by onboard classroom and distance learning technology. Distance Learning NCPACE is offered as an alternative to Instructor Led NCPACE for those Sailors who cannot attend regularly scheduled classroom format or who desire the convenience of a self-paced study environment.

All courses lead to associate, bachelor and graduate level degree options.

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CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION AT SEA!

NCPACE courses are delivered by onboard classroom and distance learning technology. Distance Learning NCPACE is offered as an alternative to Instructor Led NCPACE for those Sailors who cannot attend regularly scheduled classroom format or who desire the convenience of a self-paced study environment.

All courses lead to associate, bachelor and graduate level degree options.

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About the NCPACE Distance Learning (DL) Program

DL NCPACE, sometimes referred to as "technology Delivered" NCPACE, is provided by ten colleges and universities. Collectively, they offer over many courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Several associate degrees, bachelor's degrees and a few masters degrees are available through Distance Learning NCPACE. Each institution has helpful degree maps outlining degree objectives.

DL NCPACE is delivered primarily using self-paced CD-ROM and MP4 technology formats since afloat conditions aboard deployed vessels preclude reliable and consistent Internet access.

DL NCPACE is offered as an alternative to Instructor Led NCPACE for those Sailors who cannot attend regularly scheduled classroom format or those Sailors who desire the convenience of a self-paced study environment. First-time students taking college courses should consider taking a traditional instructor led class before attempting a distance learning course.

For more information, please visit the Navy College Program NCPACE web page.

About NCPACE Distance Learning

Distance Learning NCPACE, sometimes referred to as "Technology Delivered" NCPACE, is provided by ten colleges and universities. Collectively, they offer over many courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Several associate degrees, bachelor's degrees and a few masters degrees are available through Distance Learning NCPACE. Each institution has helpful degree maps outlining degree objectives.

Distance Learning NCPACE is delivered primarily using self-paced CD-ROM and MP4 technology formats since afloat conditions aboard deployed vessels preclude reliable and consistent Internet access.

Distance Learning NCPACE is offered as an alternative to Instructor Led NCPACE for those Sailors who cannot attend regularly scheduled classroom format or those Sailors who desire the convenience of a self-paced study environment. First-time students taking college courses should consider taking a traditional instructor led class before attempting a distance learning course.

For more information, please visit the Navy College Program NCPACE web page.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is NCPACE?

ANSWER: Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) gives Sailors the opportunity to experience challenging education and continue their personal and professional growth while on sea duty assignments. NCPACE is a part of the Navy College Program and provides both academic skills and college (undergraduate and graduate) courses. NCPACE courses, including academic skills courses, are provided to Sailors tuition-free; however, Sailors must pay the cost associated with their college textbooks and other educational materials.

Courses are taught via distance learning technology and by traditional classroom instruction. All undergraduate courses are from institutions with Servicemembers Opportunity College - Navy (SOCNAV) affiliation ensuring Sailors the opportunity to transfer credits and complete degrees.

How do I register?

ANSWER: Follow the steps on the Steps to Register page.

How much is tuition?

ANSWER: NCPACE courses, including academic skills courses, are provided to Sailors tuition-free; however, Sailors must pay the cost associated with their college textbooks and other educational materials.

What are the course delivery methods?

ANSWER: NCPACE Distance Learning courses are delivered by self-paced CD-ROM and MP4 delivery methods. There is also the option of taking Instructor Led courses.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is NCPACE?

ANSWER: Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) gives Sailors the opportunity to experience challenging education and continue their personal and professional growth while on sea duty assignments. NCPACE courses, including academic skills courses, are provided to Sailors tuition-free; the cost for textbooks and other materials is not covered.

Courses are taught via distance learning technology and by traditional classroom instruction. All undergraduate courses are from institutions with SOC affiliation.

How to register?

ANSWER: Follow the steps on the Steps to Register page.

How much is tuition?

ANSWER: NCPACE courses, including academic skills courses, are provided to Sailors tuition-free; however, Sailors must pay the cost associated with their college textbooks and other educational materials.

Course delivery?

ANSWER: NCPACE Distance Learning courses are delivered by self-paced CD-ROM and MP4 delivery methods. There is also the option of taking Instructor Led courses.

SOCNAV Agreements

NCPACE students are eligible to receive an official SOCNAV Student Agreement upon completion of 6.0 units at a specific institution. If you wish to request an evaluation of your military training and experience and previous college course work toward a degree at one of the NCPACE institutions, please follow the steps below and send all applicable forms and transcripts to the college or university from which you are interested in earning a degree.

Step 1)  Review the catalog for the available degrees provided by the NCPACE distance learning institutions.

Step 2)  Complete the SOC Evaluation Request Form.

Step 3)  Submit your official military joint services transcript (JST). Directions on how to obtain your official JST can be found here: Request Official Joint Services Transcript.

Step 4)  Submit your official college transcripts from other colleges attended (if applicable). Transcript requests must be made from the college where the course(s) were taken and according to that college's transcript procedures.

Step 5)  Submit CLEP/DANTES, DSST test score report (if applicable).

Step 6)  Mail all of the above official documents to the institution where you wish to have your evaluation conducted toward a college degree.

NCPACE students are eligible to receive an official SOCNAV Student Agreement upon completion of 6.0 units at a specific institution. If you wish to request an evaluation of your military training and experience and previous college course work toward a degree at one of the NCPACE institutions, please follow the steps below and send all applicable forms and transcripts to the college or university from which you are interested in earning a degree.

STEP 1

Review the catalog for the available degrees provided by the NCPACE distance learning institutions.

STEP 2
STEP 3

Submit your official military joint services transcript (JST). Directions on how to obtain your official JST can be found here: Request Official Joint Services Transcript.

STEP 4

Submit your official college transcripts from other colleges attended (if applicable). Transcript requests must be made from the college where the course(s) were taken and according to that college's transcript procedures.

STEP 5

Submit CLEP/DANTES, DSST test score report (if applicable).

STEP 6

Mail all of the above official documents to the institution where you wish to have your evaluation conducted toward a college degree.

Individual Education Plan

It is important to ensure that every course requested using NCPACE funding applies to a student's long-term educational goals. Therefore, the Navy requires that each prospective NCPACE student have an Individual Education Plan on file with the Navy College Office prior to any request for NCPACE course enrollment.

Step 1 – Complete and print the Individual Education Plan.

Step 2 – Contact the local (or servicing) Navy College Office to schedule an appointment with the counselor assigned to your command. You can identify which Navy College Office to contact using the NCO Lookup Table. If your servicing Navy College Office is not local, you may correspond with a counselor by phone or email.

Step 3 – Submit the completed Individual Education Plan form by fax/scan to the Navy College Office counselor to update your student record.

It is important to ensure that every course requested using NCPACE funding applies to a student's long-term educational goals. Therefore, the Navy requires that each prospective NCPACE student have an Individual Education Plan on file with the Navy College Office prior to any request for NCPACE course enrollment.

STEP 1

Complete and print the Individual Education Plan.

STEP 2

Contact the local (or servicing) Navy College Office to schedule an appointment with the counselor assigned to your command. You can identify which Navy College Office to contact using the NCO Lookup Table. If your servicing Navy College Office is not local, you may correspond with a counselor by phone or email.

STEP 3

Submit the completed Individual Education Plan form by fax/scan to the Navy College Office counselor to update your student record.

Steps to Register

Sailors must receive approval from their command to register in courses through the NCPACE program. Prospective students must receive academic counseling and have a degree map/degree plan on file with Navy College. Assistance with this requirement will be available during NCPACE Orientation Services. Briefings, counseling, and registration sessions are conducted throughout the year at various base locations during specific dates and times as determined by the participating command, Navy College Office (NCO), and NCPACE site representatives.

To register, all students must attend the Registration Session conducted by the NCPACE contractor at the location designated by the NCO. Sailors should come prepared with the following:

STEP 1)  Completed and signed NCPACE Distance Learning Registration Form.

STEP 2)  Proof of prerequisite for any courses for which a prerequisite or qualifying test score is required. Proof shall consist of a course transcript from the college where a course prerequisite was taken, or a copy of documentation reflecting the appropriate test scores, i.e. ASVAB, ASSET, or other information to be considered for a course prerequisite.

STEP 3)  Money Order payable to 'Central Texas College' for the purchase of the required textbooks and course materials. No other form of payment is accepted.

PLEASE NOTE: In addition to the above, some NCPACE colleges have additional admission requirements. Specific information can be found in the NCPACE DL online catalog.

Sailors must receive approval from their command to register in courses through the NCPACE program. Prospective students must receive academic counseling and have a degree map/degree plan on file with Navy College. Assistance with this requirement will be available during NCPACE Orientation Services. Briefings, counseling, and registration sessions are conducted throughout the year at various base locations during specific dates and times as determined by the participating command, Navy College Office (NCO), and NCPACE site representatives.

PLEASE NOTE: In addition to these steps, some NCPACE colleges have additional admission requirements. Specific information can be found in the NCPACE DL online catalog.

To register, all students must attend the Registration Session conducted by the NCPACE contractor at the location designated by the NCO. Sailors should come prepared with the following:

STEP 1
STEP 2

Proof of prerequisite for any courses for which a prerequisite or qualifying test score is required. Proof shall consist of a course transcript from the college where a course prerequisite was taken, or a copy of documentation reflecting the appropriate test scores, i.e. ASVAB, ASSET, or other information to be considered for a course prerequisite.

STEP 3

Money Order payable to 'Central Texas College' for the purchase of the required textbooks and course materials. No other form of payment is accepted.

Distance Learning Technology

Distance Learning NCPACE 'technology delivered' courses are offered as an alternative to Instructor Led NCPACE for those Sailors who cannot attend regularly scheduled classroom based courses or those Sailors who desire the convenience of a self-paced study environment. Since afloat conditions aboard deployed vessels preclude reliable and consistent Internet access, NCPACE currently provides two alternative delivery formats:

  • Self-paced CD-ROM for all courses
  • MP4 format for most courses (these courses can be downloaded before deployment onto any supporting device)

PLEASE NOTE: First-time students taking college courses should consider taking a traditional instructor led class before attempting a distance learning course.

Transcripts

Joint Services Transcript (JST)

Active duty Sailors have access to and may request a copy of their Joint Service Transcript (JST).

According to the American Council on Education (ACE), a military transcript is a complete official record of a Servicemember's military schooling/experience. ACE credits may be evaluated and applied to degree with the NCPACE DL partner institutions.

If you are unable to access your JST, a transcript can be created. Please call Navy College Center at 1-877-253-7122 for more information.

Institution Transcript Request

Transcripts

Joint Services Transcript

Active duty Sailors have access to and may request a copy of their Joint Service Transcript (JST).

According to the American Council on Education (ACE), a military transcript is a complete official record of a Servicemember's military schooling/experience. ACE credits may be evaluated and applied to degree with the NCPACE DL partner institutions.

If you are unable to access your JST, a transcript can be created. Please call Navy College Center at 1-877-253-7122 for more information.

Institution Transcripts

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Coastline Community College

Coastline Community College was founded in 1976 to meet the educational needs of adult learners. In addition to its classroom-based vocational and academic programs, the college pioneered the use of educational technology through the design, production, and delivery of Emmy award-winning telecourses, live cable-delivered classes, interactive videoconferencing, online classes, and CDROM delivered instruction.

We strongly believe that today's students deserve today's education, using modern delivery techniques. Our curriculum meets clearly defined objectives and established standards of quality focusing on educational excellence. Students can be assured that our courses have met the highest standards for accreditation, quality, transferability and value.

Coastline Community College is regionally accredited by WASC-Jr., the Western Association of Schools and Colleges/Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.

During 2011/12 Coastline completed over 2,000 SOCNAV agreements in support of Sailors enrolled in the NCPDLP and NCPACE, with 1,500 degrees awarded. Total military enrollment exceeded 18,300.

We wish you success with your educational goals and are here to help you achieve them.

Evaluation of your Military Credits

If you are planning to pursue your degree from Coastline, upon enrollment in a Coastline course, submit the SOCNAV evaluation request form along with official transcripts to Coastline.

If you have not chosen a degree plan and would like an unofficial evaluation of your prior learning and experience toward a degree at Coastline, please email your request to: edplan@coastline.edu or FAX 714-241-6193 along with a copy of your JST and any college transcripts. Coastline may accept up to 40 military credits earned from military training and experience or other prior learning toward an Associates Degree.

Prerequisites and ASSET Placement Scores
COURSE TITLE PREREQUISITE(S)
MATH C010 Elementary Algebra One of the following:
  • Successful completion of MATH C008 (Pre-Algebra), or equivalent
  • Score 39 or higher on the ASSET Numerical Skills Test
  • Score 31 or higher on the ASSET Elementary Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
MATH C030 Intermediate Algebra One of the following:
  • Math C010 (Elementary Algebra) with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent
  • Score 41 or higher on the ASSET Elementary Algebra Test
  • Score 31 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
MATH C115 College Algebra One of the following:
  • Math C030 (Intermediate Algebra) with a "C" or better, or equivalent
  • Score 35 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
Math Competency for an Option 1 Associates Degree

Can be earned in any one of the following ways:

  • Score of 35 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • OR completing two years of high school algebra with grade of "C" or better
  • OR passing an Intermediate Algebra or higher level math course at Coastline or another college with grade of "C" or better
  • OR Military ratings that include college algebra or higher

We strongly believe that today's students deserve today's education, using modern delivery techniques. Our curriculum meets clearly defined objectives and established standards of quality focusing on educational excellence. Students can be assured that our courses have met the highest standards for accreditation, quality, transferability and value.

Coastline Community College is regionally accredited by WASC-Jr., the Western Association of Schools and Colleges/Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.

We wish you success with your educational goals and are here to help you achieve them.

Military Credits

If you are planning to pursue your degree from Coastline, upon enrollment in a Coastline course, submit the SOCNAV evaluation request form along with official transcripts to Coastline.

If you have not chosen a degree plan and would like an unofficial evaluation of your prior learning and experience toward a degree at Coastline, please email your request to: edplan@coastline.edu or FAX 714-241-6193 along with a copy of your JST and any college transcripts. Coastline may accept up to 40 military credits earned from military training and experience or other prior learning toward an Associates Degree.

Prerequisites and Placement
COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)
MATH C010
One of the following:
  • Successful completion of MATH C008 (Pre-Algebra), or equivalent
  • Score 39 or higher on the ASSET Numerical Skills Test
  • Score 31 or higher on the ASSET Elementary Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
MATH C030
One of the following:
  • Math C010 (Elementary Algebra) with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent
  • Score 41 or higher on the ASSET Elementary Algebra Test
  • Score 31 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
MATH C115
One of the following:
  • Math C030 (Intermediate Algebra) with a "C" or better, or equivalent
  • Score 35 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • Qualifying score on Coastline's Math Placement Test
Math Competency for an
Option 1 Associates Degree

Can be earned in any one of the following ways:

  • Score of 35 or higher on the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test
  • OR completing two years of high school algebra with grade of "C" or better
  • OR passing an Intermediate Algebra or higher level math course at Coastline or another college with grade of "C" or better
  • OR Military ratings that include college algebra or higher

Coastline Community College

(866) 422-2645

ncpace@coastline.edu

military.coastline.edu

Coastline Comm. College
Military/Contract Ed. Dept.
11460 Warner Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Coastline Community College

(866) 422-2645

ncpace@coastline.edu

military.coastline.edu

Coastline Comm. College
Military/Contract Ed. Dept.
11460 Warner Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Coastline Community College

(866) 422-2645

ncpace@coastline.edu

military.coastline.edu

Coastline Comm. College
Military/Contract Ed. Dept.
11460 Warner Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708


Central Texas College

Central Texas College (CTC) opened its doors in the fall of 1967 serving the western section of Bell County; Burnett, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Llano, Mason, Mills, and San Saba counties; portions of McCulloch and Williamson counties; as well as Fort Hood and the state correctional facilities in Gatesville.

CTC consists of administrative units referred to as campuses: the Central Campus, the Continental Campus, the Europe Campus, the Fort Hood and Service Area Campus, the Navy Campus, and the Pacific Far East Campus. Of these, the Central, Fort Hood, and Service Area Campuses operate within the state of Texas. Other campuses, like the Navy Campus, offer programs only for military personnel; others enroll military, civilians, and incarcerated students.

Servicemembers Opportunity College Navy (SOCNAV)

Central Texas College is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium (SOC) and the SOC Degree Network System. To enhance service members' access to undergraduate educational programs, Central Texas College provides flexibility of programs and procedures for the recognition of non-traditional learning experiences, credit transfer, and residency requirements. To request a SOCNAV evaluation with CTC, students should complete the Evaluation Request Form.

Individualized Career Evaluation Process (ICEP)

ICEP is the formalized method through which the college evaluates all traditional and non-traditional learning experiences and awards appropriate credit in all cases where such credit is appropriate. To obtain credit, the student must pass the exam (placement, DANTES, CLEP, etc.), apply for credit, and have completed a minimum of six (6) semester hours of course work at Central Texas College with a minimum 2.0 GPA or six (6) semester hours of "C" or higher.

Tests completed in excess of seven years prior to the students' completion of six semester hours in residency with CTC will not be eligible for credit consideration. Credit will not be awarded for courses in which student was previously enrolled. Evaluated credit, which includes credit awarded based on Navy ratings (as detailed in the ACE Guide) will be awarded only when it applies to the student's degree requirements. When the student returns from deployment, he/she should contact one of the offices below for more information on evaluated credit:

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Credit Transfer

Central Texas College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees and certificates of completion. Credits earned at Central Texas College are transferable to other institutions in accordance with policies of the receiving institution. Students are advised to consult with officials of the receiving school for degree requirements and transfer policy.

Transcript Request

Transcripts may be requested by mail, fax, or email. Transcripts are issued free of charge. Fees may apply if the transcript is to be sent to the recipient by means other than regular mail. These fees are detailed on the Transcript Request Form that is available on our Transcript Services webpage.

If transcripts are requested by FAX, the student will need to fax the completed transcript request form to: (254) 526-1111. Requests for faxed transcripts are limited to locations in the United States; requests for faxed transcripts overseas are limited to a CTC site office or military education center.

If transcripts are requested by mail, the student will need to complete the Transcript Request Form, or submit a letter that includes his/her full name (with any previous names), CTC Student ID Number or Social Security Number, birth date, the dates and location of attendance, the complete address to which the transcript is to be sent, and the original signature of the student.

Mail transcript requests to:

Central Texas College
Attn: Transcript Department
P.O. Box 1800
Killeen, Texas 76540-1800

Only transcripts being mailed to another academic institution can be requested by email. The student must complete the email request form found on the Transcript Request webpage.

ASSET Test Placement
CTC MultiMedia (CDROM/PDA) DL Classes
TEST SCORES ENROLL IN
Writing Skills 43 and higher ENGL 1301
Intermediate Algebra 40 and higher MATH 1332
SOCNAV

Central Texas College is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium (SOC) and the SOC Degree Network System. To enhance service members' access to undergraduate educational programs, Central Texas College provides flexibility of programs and procedures for the recognition of non-traditional learning experiences, credit transfer, and residency requirements. To request a SOCNAV evaluation with CTC, students should complete the Evaluation Request Form.

ICEP

ICEP is the formalized method through which the college evaluates all traditional and non-traditional learning experiences and awards appropriate credit in all cases where such credit is appropriate. To obtain credit, the student must pass the exam (placement, DANTES, CLEP, etc.), apply for credit, and have completed a minimum of six (6) semester hours of course work at Central Texas College with a minimum 2.0 GPA or six (6) semester hours of "C" or higher.

Tests completed in excess of seven years prior to the students' completion of six semester hours in residency with CTC will not be eligible for credit consideration. Credit will not be awarded for courses in which student was previously enrolled. Evaluated credit, which includes credit awarded based on Navy ratings (as detailed in the ACE Guide) will be awarded only when it applies to the student's degree requirements. When the student returns from deployment, he/she should contact one of the offices below for more information on evaluated credit:

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Central Texas College
Attn: Michael Webster, Assoc. Dean
1329 Bellinger Blvd., Suite 100
Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2330
1-800-457-2619
1-757-440-5301

- OR -

Central Texas College
Attn: Mary Stone, Assoc. Dean
4025 Camino del Rio South #105
San Diego, California 92108
1-800-784-5470
1-619-226-6626

Credit Transfer

Central Texas College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees and certificates of completion. Credits earned at Central Texas College are transferable to other institutions in accordance with policies of the receiving institution. Students are advised to consult with officials of the receiving school for degree requirements and transfer policy.

Transcript Request

Transcripts may be requested by mail, fax, or email. Transcripts are issued free of charge. Fees may apply if the transcript is to be sent to the recipient by means other than regular mail. These fees are detailed on the Transcript Request Form that is available on our Transcript Services webpage.

If transcripts are requested by FAX, the student will need to fax the completed transcript request form to: (254) 526-1111. Requests for faxed transcripts are limited to locations in the United States; requests for faxed transcripts overseas are limited to a CTC site office or military education center.

If transcripts are requested by mail, the student will need to complete the Transcript Request Form, or submit a letter that includes his/her full name (with any previous names), CTC Student ID Number or Social Security Number, birth date, the dates and location of attendance, the complete address to which the transcript is to be sent, and the original signature of the student.

Mail transcript requests to:

Central Texas College
Attn: Transcript Department
P.O. Box 1800
Killeen, Texas 76540-1800

Only transcripts being mailed to another academic institution can be requested by email. The student must complete the email request form found on the Transcript Request webpage.

ASSET Test Placement
CTC MultiMedia (CDROM/PDA) Distance Learning Classes
TEST SCORES ENROLL IN
Writing Skills 43 and higher ENGL 1301
Intermediate Algebra 40 and higher MATH 1332

Dallas Colleges Online

The Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) - Dallas Colleges Online - has been one of the nation's premier providers of distance learning since 1972. Our award winning courseware has been used by over 1 million students to date. Through DCCCD/Dallas Colleges Online, students have access to all instructional material and services needed to work towards a degree without ever having to set foot on one of our campuses. DCCCD/Dallas Colleges Online is honored to celebrate the start of the Dallas County Community College's second decade of service to NCPACE. Over the years, thousands of Sailors have completed our courses as part of their pursuit of a degree.

The member colleges of the DCCCD are independently accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. All NCPACE coursework transcription will be the same as if it were offered in a traditional classroom. Your JST will reflect Eastfield College of the Dallas County Community College District as the official college of record. Our courses are guaranteed to transfer to all Texas state colleges and universities as well as most accredited institutions of higher education across the country. In addition, our degrees are part of the SOCNAV-2 network.

Transcript Request

Transcripts carry the wordmark of the Dallas County Community College District and will reference EFC (Eastfield College) as the college of record. Transcripts are free of charge, but requests must be made in writing. Please fax or mail a written request containing your name, contact information, where the transcript is to be sent, signature and a copy of a photo ID to this contact address below:

MAIL:
Dallas Colleges Online
9596 Walnut Street
Dallas, TX 75243

- OR -

FAX:
(972) 669-6409

Grades

As soon as your NCPACE grade is available from your instructor we will post it in JST. If you are unsure of how to access your JST, please check with your ESO or local Navy College Office or visit this website: Request Official Joint Services Transcript.

SOCNAV

We are happy to provide an unofficial evaluation of credit to any interested Sailor. An official SOCNAV agreement may be requested after completing six (6) credit hours with Dallas Colleges Online.

Residency Requirement

To receive a degree from DCCCD, 25% of the total semester credit hour requirements must be taken in residence. Also, 25% of your degree must come from a single DCCCD college. Distance Learning and NCPACE courses count towards satisfying residency requirements.

Continue Your Degree after Deployment

Each semester, Dallas Colleges Online offers over 150 different college courses online. Best of all, our most popular courses start every few weeks. Our online program is one of the plank owner institutions in the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership. Traditional tuition assistance policies apply.

The Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) - Dallas Colleges Online - has been one of the nation's premier providers of distance learning since 1972. Through DCCCD/Dallas Colleges Online, students have access to all instructional material and services needed to work towards a degree without ever having to set foot on one of our campuses. Over the years, thousands of Sailors have completed our courses as part of their pursuit of a degree.

The member colleges of the DCCCD are independently accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. All NCPACE coursework transcription will be the same as if it were offered in a traditional classroom. Your JST will reflect Eastfield College of the Dallas County Community College District as the official college of record. Our courses are guaranteed to transfer to all Texas state colleges and universities as well as most accredited institutions of higher education across the country. In addition, our degrees are part of the SOCNAV-2 network.

Transcript Request

Transcripts carry the wordmark of the Dallas County Community College District and will reference EFC (Eastfield College) as the college of record. Transcripts are free of charge, but requests must be made in writing. Please fax or mail a written request containing your name, contact information, where the transcript is to be sent, signature and a copy of a photo ID to this contact address below:

MAIL:
Dallas Colleges Online
9596 Walnut Street
Dallas, TX 75243

- OR -

FAX:
(972) 669-6409

Grades

As soon as your NCPACE grade is available from your instructor we will post it in JST. If you are unsure of how to access your JST, please check with your ESO or local Navy College Office or visit this website: Request Official Joint Services Transcript.

SOCNAV

We are happy to provide an unofficial evaluation of credit to any interested Sailor. An official SOCNAV agreement may be requested after completing six (6) credit hours with Dallas Colleges Online.

Residency

To receive a degree from DCCCD, 25% of the total semester credit hour requirements must be taken in residence. Also, 25% of your degree must come from a single DCCCD college. Distance Learning and NCPACE courses count towards satisfying residency requirements.

Continue Your Degree

Each semester, Dallas Colleges Online offers over 150 different college courses online. Best of all, our most popular courses start every few weeks. Our online program is one of the plank owner institutions in the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership. Traditional tuition assistance policies apply.

PH: (972) 669-6400
OR (888) 468-4268

FX: (972) 669-6409

navy@dcccd.edu

military.dcccd.edu

Military Programs
Dallas Colleges Online
9596 Walnut Street
Dallas, TX 75243

PH: (972) 669-6400
OR (888) 468-4268

FX: (972) 669-6409

navy@dcccd.edu

military.dcccd.edu

Military Programs
Dallas Colleges Online
9596 Walnut Street
Dallas, TX 75243

PH: (972) 669-6400
OR (888) 468-4268

FX: (972) 669-6409

navy@dcccd.edu

military.dcccd.edu

Military Programs
Dallas Colleges Online
9596 Walnut Street
Dallas, TX 75243


ECPI University

ECPI University, formerly ECPI College of Technology, is an independent, private university that is accredited by the Commission of Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award master's, baccalaureate, and associate's degrees and diplomas.

Program areas include: Business Administration, Computer and Information Science, Electronics Engineering Technology, Criminal Justice, Health Science and Culinary Arts.

ECPI is a SOC Consortium partner for the following Degree networks: SOCNAV, SOCMAR, and SOCAD. Other military partnerships include: Air Force- AU-ABC, and GEM, Army-GoArmyEd, Navy NCPACE and NCPDLP, Marine Corps MCCCP.

Admissions Status

Applicants are admitted as Non-Degree Seeking Students (NDS) who are eligible to migrate into a matriculating status as they become full time students.

Students seeking enrollment into a course with a pre-requirement must complete the course requirement, or if completed with another college, provide documentation showing completed status, grade and date of completion.

Credit Transfer

In the U.S. higher education system, transferability of credits is always determined by the receiving institution, taking into account such factors as course content, grades, and the school's accreditation and licensing. ECPI University is accredited by the Commission of Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award associate's, baccalaureate, and master's degrees and diplomas. SACS is an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. However, the fact that a school is accredited is not necessarily an indication that credits earned at that school will be accepted by another school.

Students considering continuing their education at or transferring to other institutions must not assume that credits earned at ECPI will be accepted by the receiving institution. An institution's accreditation does not guarantee that credits earned at that institution will be accepted by any other institution. A student who is considering future transfer is encouraged to contact the receiving institution, as early as possible, to determine what ECPI credits, if any, the institution will accept. ECPI University does not imply, promise, or guarantee transferability of its credits to any other institution.

Military Credits

Military related experience/training will be evaluated for credit in rate related associate and bachelor degrees.

To receive an evaluation of military credits towards a degree from ECPI University, please use the SOC Evaluation Request Form.

Transcript Requests

Students and alumni may request official transcripts of the academic work completed at ECPI by submitting an Official Transcript Request Form or by submitting a written request. Due to federal privacy laws, a written request with the student's signature is required to release a transcript and all requests must include the required processing fees. The following non-refundable fees apply to official transcript requests:

PROCESS TYPE COST PER TRANSCRIPT PROCESS TIME
Normal $5.00 7-10 business days
Expedited $10.00 3-5 business days

Please note that telephone, email and fax requests for transcripts are NOT accepted.

Mail the Official Transcript Request Form to:

Registrar/NCPACE Transcript Request
ECPI University
5555 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Required Information

If you choose to submit a written request in lieu of the Official Transcript Request form, the request must be sent to the campus you attended and include the following information:

  • Student's name, date of birth, and social security number
  • Dates and campus location of attendance
  • Student's permanent address and a daytime phone number
  • Complete name and address of the person to whom the request is to be sent
  • Payment or payment information
  • Student's signature and date
  • NOTE: Missing information may delay the processing of your request.

Payment Options

Payment can be made in one of the following ways:

  1. In person at the student window.
  2. Check or money order mailed with the written request (no cash please).
  3. Pay Online: Specify that your payment is for a transcript fee and note on the request form your payment has been made online.
  4. Credit card information provided on the request form.

Hold on Accounts

No transcript will be released if the student has a financial hold. Transcripts may be issued to other educational facilities or potential employers.

Admissions Status

Applicants are admitted as Non-Degree Seeking Students (NDS) who are eligible to migrate into a matriculating status as they become full time students.

Students seeking enrollment into a course with a pre-requirement must complete the course requirement, or if completed with another college, provide documentation showing completed status, grade and date of completion.

Credit Transfer

Transferability of credits is always determined by the receiving institution, taking into account course content, grades, and the school's accreditation and licensing. ECPI is accredited by the Commission of Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award associate's, baccalaureate, and master's degrees.

Students considering continuing their education at or transferring to other institutions must not assume that credits earned at ECPI will be accepted by the receiving institution. A student who is considering future transfer is encouraged to contact the receiving institution, as early as possible, to determine what ECPI credits, if any, the institution will accept.

Military Credits

Military related experience/training will be evaluated for credit in rate related associate and bachelor degrees.

To receive an evaluation of military credits towards a degree from ECPI University, please use the SOC Evaluation Request Form.

Transcript Requests

Students and alumni may request official transcripts of the academic work completed at ECPI by submitting an Official Transcript Request Form or by submitting a written request. Due to federal privacy laws, a written request with the student's signature is required to release a transcript and all requests must include the required processing fees. The following non-refundable fees apply to official transcript requests:

PROCESS TYPE COST PER TRANSCRIPT PROCESS TIME
Normal $5.00 7-10 business days
Expedited $10.00 3-5 business days

Please note that telephone, email and fax requests for transcripts are NOT accepted.

Mail the Official Transcript Request Form to:

Registrar/NCPACE
Transcript Request
ECPI University
5555 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Written Requests
Required Info

Send a written request to the campus you attended and include the following:

  • Student's name, date of birth, and social security number
  • Dates and campus location of attendance
  • Student's permanent address and a daytime phone number
  • Complete name and address of the person to whom the request is to be sent
  • Payment or payment information
  • Student's signature and date
  • NOTE: Missing information may delay the processing of your request.
Payment Options
  1. In person at the student window.
  2. Check or money order mailed with the written request (no cash please).
  3. Pay Online: Specify that your payment is for a transcript fee and note on the request form your payment has been made online.
  4. Credit card information provided on the request form.
Hold on Accounts

No transcript will be released if the student has a financial hold. Transcripts may be issued to other educational facilities or potential employers.

(866) 660-8996

ncpace@coastline.edu

www.ecpi.edu/military

ECPI University
Military Programs
5555 Greenwich Rd.
Suite 510
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

(866) 660-8996

ncpace@coastline.edu

www.ecpi.edu/military

ECPI University
Military Programs
5555 Greenwich Rd.
Suite 510
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

(866) 660-8996

ncpace@coastline.edu

www.ecpi.edu/military

ECPI University
Military Programs
5555 Greenwich Rd.
Suite 510
Virginia Beach, VA 23462


Governors State University

Governors State University (GSU) provides an upper division (junior, senior) liberal arts option to sailors in the Navy College PACE program. Through the B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies Program, sailors and students can utilize their education and military credits including credits earned through DANTES, ACE, and CLEP. GSU awards bachelors and masters degrees to a diverse population of students across the nation and on ships at sea. The university was developed as a transfer-only institution with adult learners as our main focus. GSU students typically have credit from multiple schools, have significant military, work and life experience and wish to earn a degree to assist in moving forward in a chosen career.

GSU is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

SOCNAV Agreement

A SOCNAV Agreement can be requested from the Interdisciplinary Studies Program by either of the following:

NOTE: you must also submit a JST along with official transcripts from any college or university you have attended.

Transcript Request
Order Online:

Order via the Internet 24/7 through the National Student Clearinghouse website. You can place as many orders as you like in one session using any major credit card. The charge for transcripts via the Internet is $12.25 ($10.00 per copy with a $2.25 processing fee added to the transaction total). Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed. Order updates will be emailed to you. You can also track your order online using your email address and order number.

Order by Mail:

  1. Download, complete and print the Official Transcript Request Form.
  2. Enclose a check or money order for $10 per transcript, payable to Governors State University.
  3. Mail all the above to:

    Governors State University
    Attn: Registrar's Office
    1 University Parkway
    University Park, IL 60484

Interdisciplinary Studies

Our Interdisciplinary Studies bachelor's degree program allows students maximum flexibility to tailor their selection of courses to meet their individual career goals. Interdisciplinary means that students take courses from more than one area of study. One student may choose courses from only one area such as business where they take classes in marketing and computer science while completing general education classes from the area of liberal studies. Another student may take courses from many areas that are of interest to them such as some in business and others in health professions. Still other students may want to concentrate their coursework in one area to obtain the qualifications to enroll in a master's degree program while taking a course or two from a second area to round out their understanding of the field. Academic advisors are available to discuss education and career goals with potential students and to develop an individualized study plan that meets the needs of the student.

Program Requirements

Sailors must complete at least 60 credit hours of college course work to be admitted to the University. The credits can be earned through college credit and/or a combination of college credit and military credit.

REQUIREMENT COURSE HOURS NOTES
1. General Education 37-41 Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree as listed in the current GSU catalog.
2. Required Courses 15 Required courses must be completed with a "C" or better.
Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Studies
(IDSS310)
3
Interdisciplinary Studies Appraisal
(IDSS490)
3
Interdisciplinary Requirements 6 Students must take upper division courses in at least two different disciplines.
Technology Intensive Course 3
3. Electives 64-68
Miscellaneous
  • Students may not exceed a maximum of 80 hours of lower division credit from numbers 1 to 3 above.
  • Students must complete a minimum of 28 hours of upper-division hours, if number 1 above is completed through coursework taken at the lower division.

Minors and Certificates

Interdisciplinary Studies students are encouraged to consider completing one or more of the minors available at GSU. Choosing a minor helps to:

  • Enhance your academic credentials and provide you with a specialty area
  • Build a field of knowledge for career entry
  • Prepare for graduate studies

Below is a list of minors available:

  • Business Administration
  • Management Information Systems
  • Criminal Justice
  • Psychology

If a minor fits your academic plan, discuss choosing a minor with your academic advisor.

For more information, please refer to the GSU catalog, or contact your advisor.

SOCNAV Agreement

A SOCNAV Agreement can be requested from the Interdisciplinary Studies Program by either of the following:

NOTE: you must also submit a JST along with official transcripts from any college or university you have attended.

Transcript Request
Order Online:

Order via the Internet 24/7 through the National Student Clearinghouse website. You can place as many orders as you like in one session using any major credit card. The charge for transcripts via the Internet is $12.25 ($10.00 per copy with a $2.25 processing fee added to the transaction total). Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed. Order updates will be emailed to you. You can also track your order online using your email address and order number.

Order by Mail:

  1. Download, complete and print the Official Transcript Request Form.
  2. Enclose a check or money order for $10 per transcript, payable to Governors State University.
  3. Mail all the above to:

    Governors State University
    Attn: Registrar's Office
    1 University Parkway
    University Park, IL 60484

Interdisciplinary Studies

Our Interdisciplinary Studies bachelor's degree program allows students maximum flexibility to meet their individual career goals. Interdisciplinary means that students take courses from more than one area of study, either by choosing courses from one area while completing general education classes from the area of liberal studies, or taking courses from many areas, or choosing courses in one area to obtain the qualifications to enroll in a master's degree program while taking other courses from a second area to round out their understanding of the field. Academic advisors are available to discuss education/career goals and to develop an individualized study plan for a student.

Program Requirements

Sailors must complete at least 60 credit hours of college course work to be admitted to the University. The credits can be earned through college credit and/or a combination of college credit and military credit.

1. General Education
  • 37-41 hours
  • Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree as listed in the current GSU catalog.
2. Required Courses
  • 15 hours
  • Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Studies (IDSS310) - 3 hours
  • Interdisciplinary Studies Appraisal (IDSS490) - 3 hours
  • Interdisciplinary Requirements - 6 hours *NOTE: Students must take upper division courses in at least two different disciplines.
  • Technology Intensive Course - 3 hours
  • *NOTE: Required courses must be completed with a "C" or better.
3. Electives
  • 64-68 hours
NOTES:
  • Students may not exceed a maximum of 80 hours of lower division credit from numbers 1 to 3 above.
  • Students must complete a minimum of 28 hours of upper-division hours, if number 1 above is completed through coursework taken at the lower division.
Minors and Certificates

Interdisciplinary Studies students are encouraged to consider completing one or more of the minors available at GSU. Choosing a minor helps to:

  • Enhance your academic credentials and provide you with a specialty area
  • Build a field of knowledge for career entry
  • Prepare for graduate studies

Below is a list of minors available:

  • Business Administration
  • Management Information Systems
  • Criminal Justice
  • Psychology

If a minor fits your academic plan, discuss choosing a minor with your academic advisor.

For more information, please refer to the GSU catalog, or contact your advisor.


Old Dominion University

Old Dominion University (ODU) has enjoyed a wide variety of successful academic and research partnerships with the military since the University's inception in 1930 as the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary. Nearly a third of today's 24,000 students have military affiliations, and one-half of the institution's 40 formal academic and research partnerships are with the military sector. ODU is a recognized leader in the field of distance education. The University's military outreach has led to the design and development of specific programs tailored to a military audience to include undergraduate courses (upper division) in Engineering Technology and graduate offerings in Engineering Management provided through NCPACE and the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP).

Old Dominion University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees. Some 33 bachelor's 30 master's, and 3 doctoral programs are globally available.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology

Old Dominion University offers upper division Engineering Technology courses through NCPACE, with the remaining upper division courses available at a distance through NCPDLP. The courses have the following prerequisites:

  • 2.50 GPA (on a 4 point scale), earned with grades on at least 25 semester hours or 42 quarter hours of college courses. Associate's degree recommended, but not required.
  • College credit for calculus (integral and differential).
  • Advisor approval to confirm course prerequisites have been met - send unofficial copies of your JST and college transcripts to rcurry@odu.edu or FAX 757-683-3106 (Attn: Dr. Curry).

Substantial credit is offered for military training. More details are provided on the ODU website.

Master of Engineering Management

For Master of Engineering Management candidates, graduates of the Navy's officer nuclear power school and prototype are eligible. ONPS/prototype graduates receive twelve hours of advanced standing toward the degree.

More details are provided on the MEM website.

Required Documents

  • Proof of graduation from the Officer Navy Nuclear power School as well as proof of Prototype School or Bettis Program (JST/Officer Data Card/Additional Qualifications Designator/FITREP/Employee evaluation/DOE certification)
  • Official transcript(s) from all educational institutions you have attended beyond high school.
  • Application for Graduate Admission - Navy Format Form.

Substantial credit is offered for military training. More details are provided on the ODU website.

Students with qualifying undergraduate degrees and work experience, who are not graduates of NPS-O/Prototype or BRES may be considered to take MEM courses by portable media on a case-by-case basis. Pre-approval by the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE) Department is required. Pre-approvals and program admissions are at the discretion of the Department. Students who meet regular graduate admissions requirements and wish to seek pre-approval should contact MEM Advisor Kim Sibson (ksibson@odu.edu) to determine their eligibility and, if eligible, initiate the process.

Send application and documents to:

Old Dominion University
Military Distance Learning Programs
Gornto Center, 4th Floor
ATTN: MEM Processing
Norfolk, VA 23529

The Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University is a multiple recipient of the American Society of Engineering Management's (ASEM) Award for "Excellence in Academic Leadership of Graduate Programs in Engineering Management." During the last decade ODU has been recognized five times with this prestigious award as the number one engineering management program in the nation.

You can also visit the MEM website.

Old Dominion University (ODU) has enjoyed a wide variety of partnerships with the military since the University's inception in 1930. Nearly a third of our students have military affiliations, and one-half of the institution's academic and research partnerships are with the military. The University's military outreach has led to the design and development of specific programs tailored to a military audience to include upper division undergraduate courses in Engineering Technology and graduate offerings in Engineering Management.

ODU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees.

BS in Engineering Technology

Old Dominion University offers upper division Engineering Technology courses through NCPACE, with the remaining upper division courses available at a distance through NCPDLP. The courses have the following prerequisites:

  • 2.50 GPA (on a 4 point scale), earned with grades on at least 25 semester hours or 42 quarter hours of college courses. Associate's degree recommended, but not required.
  • College credit for calculus (integral and differential).
  • Advisor approval to confirm course prerequisites have been met - send unofficial copies of your JST and college transcripts to rcurry@odu.edu or FAX 757-683-3106 (Attn: Dr. Curry).

Substantial credit is offered for military training. More details are provided on the ODU website.

Master of Engineering Mgmt

For Master of Engineering Management candidates, graduates of the Navy's officer nuclear power school and prototype are eligible. ONPS/prototype graduates receive twelve hours of advanced standing toward the degree.

More details are provided on the MEM website.

Required Documents
  • Proof of graduation from the Officer Navy Nuclear power School as well as proof of Prototype School or Bettis Program (JST/Officer Data Card/Additional Qualifications Designator/FITREP/Employee evaluation/DOE certification)
  • Official transcript(s) from all educational institutions you have attended beyond high school.
  • Application for Graduate Admission.
Military Training

Substantial credit is offered for military training. More details are provided on the ODU website.

Pre-approval

Students with qualifying undergraduate degrees and work experience, who are not graduates of NPS-O/Prototype or BRES may be considered to take MEM courses by portable media on a case-by-case basis. Pre-approval by the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE) Department is required. Pre-approvals and program admissions are at the discretion of the Department. Students who meet regular graduate admissions requirements and wish to seek pre-approval should contact MEM Advisor Kim Sibson (ksibson@odu.edu) to determine their eligibility and, if eligible, initiate the process.

Send application and documents to:

Old Dominion University
Military Distance Learning Programs
Gornto Center, 4th Floor
ATTN: MEM Processing
Norfolk, VA 23529

The Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University is a multiple recipient of the American Society of Engineering Management's (ASEM) Award for "Excellence in Academic Leadership of Graduate Programs in Engineering Management." During the last decade ODU has been recognized five times with this prestigious award as the number one engineering management program in the nation.

You can also visit the MEM website.

PH: (800) 968-2638
FX: (757) 683-3106

navycollege@odu.edu

http://dl.odu.edu

Old Dominion University
Military Distance Learning
Gornto Center, 4th Floor
Norfolk, VA 23529

PH: (800) 968-2638
FX: (757) 683-3106

navycollege@odu.edu

http://dl.odu.edu

Old Dominion University
Military Distance Learning
Gornto Center, 4th Floor
Norfolk, VA 23529

PH: (800) 968-2638
FX: (757) 683-3106

navycollege@odu.edu

http://dl.odu.edu

Old Dominion University
Military Distance Learning
Gornto Center, 4th Floor
Norfolk, VA 23529


Saint Leo University

Saint Leo University is a Catholic, coeducational liberal arts university offering programs leading to the associate, baccalaureate, graduate degrees. Chartered on June 4, 1889, Saint Leo originated when the Florida legislature authorized the Order of St. Benedict of Florida to "have and possess the right and power of conferring the usual academic and other degrees granted by any college in this State."

In 1973, the College responded to requests from the armed services to offer degree programs on military bases. Now, Saint Leo University is a leading provider of higher education to military-related personnel in the United States. Saint Leo is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Getting Started

Admission requirements for students who wish to qualify as a fully matriculated, degree-seeking student at one of Saint Leo University's Centers must show official evidence of either high school graduation or a GED. Official evidence means either original copies of diplomas or certificates, notarized copies or verification on other official documents such as a DD214. Exceptions to general admissions regulations are made for all students serving on active duty and for those applicants for whom an exception has been granted by the Vice President for Enrollment.

Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC)

As a member of the institutional network of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC), Saint Leo University supports the SOC statement of principles and criteria as a framework for policies that are fair, equitable, and effective in recognizing the special and often limiting conditions faced by military students.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Saint Leo University has been educating both active and aspiring criminal justice professionals for more than 30 years with class sizes small enough for innovative teaching and individualized attention. Our 39-hour major based on the input of a diverse criminal justice advisory board that is designed to prepare students for careers and rapid advancement in the criminal justice system and related fields. We have recently added specializations in Criminalistics and Homeland Security.

This program of study will enhance the effectiveness of working professionals, provide a foundation for advancement to administrative levels, and prepare students for graduate study in criminal justice administration and related fields.

Getting Started

Admission requirements for students who wish to qualify as a fully matriculated, degree-seeking student at one of Saint Leo University's Centers must show official evidence of either high school graduation or a GED. Official evidence means either original copies of diplomas or certificates, notarized copies or verification on other official documents such as a DD214. Exceptions to general admissions regulations are made for all students serving on active duty and for those applicants for whom an exception has been granted by the Vice President for Enrollment.

SOCNAV

As a member of the institutional network of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC), Saint Leo University supports the SOC statement of principles and criteria as a framework for policies that are fair, equitable, and effective in recognizing the special and often limiting conditions faced by military students.

BA in Criminal Justice

Saint Leo University has been educating both active and aspiring criminal justice professionals for more than 30 years with class sizes small enough for innovative teaching and individualized attention. Our 39-hour major based on the input of a diverse criminal justice advisory board that is designed to prepare students for careers and rapid advancement in the criminal justice system and related fields. We have recently added specializations in Criminalistics and Homeland Security.

This program of study will enhance the effectiveness of working professionals, provide a foundation for advancement to administrative levels, and prepare students for graduate study in criminal justice administration and related fields.


Thomas Edison State College

Throughout its history, Thomas Edison State College (TESC) has served military personnel worldwide. The College has played a pioneering role for nearly 40 years in developing military educational degree maps as well as career-related degrees that optimize military training and experience.

Thomas Edison State College has also enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the U.S. Navy. As a participant in the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP), our steadfast commitment to serve the educational needs of Sailors' worldwide is even more evident.

Thomas Edison State College has been a proud participant in the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) since 2004. We offer 14 general education CD-ROM based courses and 3 degree programs. These courses allow students to continue their education while deployed and without reliable, consistent Internet access.

Thomas Edison State College graduates students four times a year: March, June, September and December. Annual Commencement ceremonies are held in April and October at the College's Trenton, NJ campus to recognize all graduates from the previous year. Please note that it is not a requirement for Graduates attend the ceremony.

To learn more about the NCPDLP or the NCPACE program, visit your Navy College Office or visit the Navy College Center's website.

College History

Chartered in 1972 and regionally accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the College is one of New Jersey's 12 senior public institutions of higher learning. It offers educationally valid alternatives to college classroom study appropriate to the varied needs and learning styles of adults, especially those in the military. We want to help you make your goal of a college education a reality. Once you have completed your degree, you will be glad you made the investment.

Degree Credits

Our degree programs can be completed utilizing a combination of JST credits, NCPACE and standard TESC classes, DANTES, CLEPS and credits earned from other regionally accredited colleges and universities. In addition, college credit may be awarded for professional training programs or licenses and certifications that have been evaluated and approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). By participating in the NCPACE program, a sailor can continue his or her goal of earning a degree confidently from sea to shore without interruption.

NCPDLP

To support students earning degrees at a distance, TESC provides a complete network of resources to serve military students worldwide. Through the NCPDLP, courses are delivered in various ways: Guided Study, Online courses, e-Pack and FlashTrack courses. To learn more about each of these credit-earning options, please visit our Taking Courses webpage.

Conveniently, through NCPDLP as well as our other branch specific military and civilian programs, we offer twelve semesters a year beginning on or around the first of each month. NCPACE course start dates will be determined by the individual commands. To see a listing

Courses/Degrees

NCPACE course start dates will be determined by the individual commands. View our listings of course options and available degree programs.

Enrollment/Degree Requirements

To enroll in a degree program with Thomas Edison State College, an NCPACE student will need to apply to the College using the online application and send official transcripts from each institution previously attended. An official degree audit will be completed for the student once the application and all transcripts have been received. To earn an Associate's degree through the NCPDLP program at TESC, students must complete at least 9 semester hours of TESC credit to meet the academic residency requirement. For a Bachelors degree, there is an academic residency requirement of 18 credits. Thomas Edison State College NCPACE courses help to meet this academic residency requirement. For more information on the application process, please visit our Online Application webpage.

Thomas Edison State College (TESC) has served military personnel worldwide. For nearly 40 years TESC lead in developing military educational degree maps and degrees that optimize military training/experience.

Thomas Edison State College has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the U.S. Navy and is a participant in the Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP).

Thomas Edison State College has participate in the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) since 2004. We offer general education CD-ROM based courses. These courses allow students to continue their education while deployed.

College History

Chartered in 1972 and regionally accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the College is one of New Jersey's 12 senior public institutions of higher learning. It offers educationally valid alternatives to college classroom study appropriate to the varied needs and learning styles of adults, especially those in the military. We want to help you make your goal of a college education a reality. Once you have completed your degree, you will be glad you made the investment.

Degree Credits

Our degree programs can be completed utilizing a combination of JST credits, NCPACE and standard TESC classes, DANTES, CLEPS and credits earned from other regionally accredited colleges and universities. In addition, college credit may be awarded for professional training programs or licenses and certifications that have been evaluated and approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). By participating in the NCPACE program, a sailor can continue his or her goal of earning a degree confidently from sea to shore without interruption.

NCPDLP

To support students earning degrees at a distance, TESC provides a complete network of resources to serve military students worldwide. Through the NCPDLP, courses are delivered in various ways: Guided Study, Online courses, e-Pack and FlashTrack courses. To learn more about each of these credit-earning options, please visit our Taking Courses webpage.

Conveniently, through NCPDLP as well as our other branch specific military and civilian programs, we offer twelve semesters a year beginning on or around the first of each month. NCPACE course start dates will be determined by the individual commands. To see a listing

Degrees

NCPACE course start dates will be determined by the individual commands. View our listings of course options and available degree programs.

Degree Requirements

To enroll in a degree program with Thomas Edison State College, an NCPACE student will need to apply to the College using the online application and send official transcripts from each institution previously attended. An official degree audit will be completed for the student once the application and all transcripts have been received. To earn an Associate's degree through the NCPDLP program at TESC, students must complete at least 9 semester hours of TESC credit to meet the academic residency requirement. For a Bachelors degree, there is an academic residency requirement of 18 credits. Thomas Edison State College NCPACE courses help to meet this academic residency requirement. For more information on the application process, please visit our Online Application webpage.


University of Oklahoma

A degree from the University of Oklahoma (OU) symbolizes a quality education and OU's dedication to excellence. In 1942, the University has been serving the educational needs of the United States Armed Forces. Today, OU offers college course, undergraduate and graduate degree programs online and around the world at 27 OU sites.

The University of Oklahoma College of Liberal Studies is a Servicemembers Opportunity College member with policies and programs designed especially to help meet the needs of Navy Service members. OU provides NCPACE students the opportunity to enroll in statistics, mathematics, chemistry, geology, physics, human relations, sociology, geography and music undergraduate courses, as well as the core courses from two distance learning degrees, the Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership and the Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership. All courses and programs are also available in an online format to allow seamless transition when the NCPACE program is not available to the sailor.

Students interested in taking graduate level courses and students who wish to exceed 6 credit hours of LSTD/LSAL 3000-4000 level coursework at the undergraduate level must first be admitted to the University of Oklahoma.

Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership

The Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership is a 120-hour degree program that educates students for success in the 21st century by combining the broad elements of interdisciplinary study with an in-depth understanding of leadership. Topics include organizational leadership, conflict resolution, ethics, marketing, cultural diversity, and quality initiatives.

To meet the 120 semester hour requirement, 46 general education, 35 lower/upper division electives, and 39 upper division core hours are required. Students who wish to exceed 6 credit hours of LSTD/LSAL 3000-4000 must first be admitted to the BA program by first submitting our BA AL Admission Application.

Getting Started

If you are interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership degree, please follow the steps below:

  1. Complete BA Admission Application(s):
    -OU application
    -BA supplemental application
    NOTE: NCPACE students are exempt from paying the OU application fee
  2. Request official transcripts from prior institutions.
  3. Complete SOC Evaluation Request Form.
  4. Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

    The University of Oklahoma
    Attn: NCPACE Office
    1600 South Jenkins
    Norman, OK 73072

Evaluation of Military Credits

For an unofficial evaluation toward the BA AL degree, please fax a copy of all college and military transcripts to the NCPACE Office at (405) 325-7687, along with a request for an unofficial evaluation. You can also email request to ncpace@ou.edu.

Math Courses

You are required to have calculator while taking an OU math course. The following calculators are recommended:

  • Math 1503/1523:
    TI-83, TI-84, or the TI-86 graphing calculator is recommended
  • Math 1823/2423/2433/2443:
    A graphing calculator is required for this course. Note: TI-86 and below are permitted; TI-89 and above are not permitted.

Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership

This 33-semester-hour graduate degree provides both general background and specific career information for students interested in leadership and management. The program begins with a focus on theoretical information about leadership and then explores multiple issues that leaders face in a variety of settings. A maximum of 9 hours of transfer credit may be accepted if applicable to the program in the elective area of the degree. Please submit an MA AL Admission Application.

Getting Started

If you are interested in obtaining a Master of Arts Administrative Leadership, please follow the steps below:

  1. Complete MA Admission Application(s):
    OU application
    MA supplemental application
    NOTE: NCPACE students are exempt from paying the OU application fee
  2. Request official transcripts from prior institutions.
  3. Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

    The University of Oklahoma
    Attn: NCPACE Office
    1600 South Jenkins
    Norman, OK 73072

Admission will not be granted to anyone with an undergraduate degree GPA below 2.75 unless supplemental admission criteria are met. Please view our supplemental admission criteria.

To enroll in graduate level courses while your application is being processed and prior to receiving full admission to the University of Oklahoma Graduate College, you must meet the following criteria:

  • submit, as a minimum, the OU application and provisional admission application forms
  • have at least a 3.0 GPA on the last 60 semester credit hours of undergraduate coursework, if no post-baccalaureate coursework has been attempted. If the 60th hour is in the middle of a semester, the entire semester will be used in the calculation
  • have at least a 3.0 GPA on graduate level course work, if attempted
  • not be an international student
  • NOTE: If this documentation is not received 14 days prior to the course start date, your enrollment will be rejected by the university.
  • NOTE: Your official transcripts and all supplemental application materials must be received by the end of your first 6 hours of enrollment or you will not be allowed to continue in the program.

Transcript Requests

Transcript request must be in writing and include full name, social security number/student ID, date of birth, as well as the complete address to which the transcript is to be sent and the original signature of the student.

Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

The University of Oklahoma
Continuing Education Registration & Records
1700 Asp Avenue B-1
Norman, OK 73072-6400

Office: (405) 325-1021
Fax: (405) 325-7273

FAQs
How long do I have to complete my graduate degree?

The Graduate College guidelines require the completion of a master's program within five calendar years from the time of initial enrollment. As a program of the Graduate College of the University of Oklahoma, the MA AL falls within these and other Graduate College guidelines. If there are extenuating circumstances, and upon petition, the Graduate College may grant an additional year to complete the degree. Students should note the various regulations listed in the university's General Catalog and the University's Graduate Bulletin, concerning the age limitations on courses presented for graduation and other such rules that affect completion of the degree. The college of liberal Studies strongly urges students to complete degree requirements within three years from their initial enrollment.

What if I earned my undergraduate degree overseas?

Graduate students must receive full admission to the university prior to enrolling in graduate level courses. OU requires an English translation to accompany official foreign transcripts in other languages. If the student is not a native speaker of English, they will need to satisfy the University of Oklahoma's English proficiency requirement by TOEFL or other acceptable means. For additional information, please go to University's Graduate Bulletin.

Can I take graduate courses if I do not plan to pursue the MA degree?

Graduate students in good academic standing at other accredited institutions are welcome to take courses at the University of Oklahoma as a Visitor.

To be admitted as a Visitor, a prospective graduate student must submit the following information:

  • a completed application form
  • a letter of good standing from the dean of the Graduate College of the student's home institution

You will not be allowed to take courses until the application and letter of good standing are received in the OU Admissions office. Provisional Admission does not apply to Visitor Status.

In this status, a graduate student has all the rights and privileges of other graduate students except he or she is not pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Oklahoma. A student admitted as a Visitor can take up to 12 hours of coursework.

No academic credentials are required for this type of admission. However, should the Visitor decide to pursue a graduate degree here he or she would be required to file another application and submit official copies of all transcripts.

Do I need a calculator for the math courses?

You are required to have calculator while taking an OU math course. The following calculators are recommended:

  • Math 1503/1523:
    TI-83, TI-84, or the TI-86 graphing calculator is recommended
  • Math 1823/2423/2433/2443:
    A graphing calculator is required for this course. Note: TI-86 and below are permitted; TI-89 and above are not permitted.

Who do I contact with questions?

When contacting the University of Oklahoma, please identify yourself as a NCPACE student so we can better assist your specific needs.

Contact the staff at the University of Oklahoma NCPACE Office for questions regarding:

  • NCPACE Program
  • Getting Enrolled
  • Course Format
  • Instructor Contact Information
  • Status of Your Course Packet/Grade
  • Application Status

Phone: (405) 325-6883
or (405) 325-3452
Fax: (405) 325-7687
Email:
ncpace@ou.edu
Website:
OU - NCPACE

Contact the staff at the College of Liberal Studies for questions regarding:

  • BA and MA Degree Programs
  • Admission Requirements
  • Academic Advisement
  • Application Status
  • Recommended Course Order
  • MA Comprehensive Exam

Phone:
(405) 325-1250
Email:
rtresner@ou.edu
Website:
OU College of Liberal Studies

A degree from the University of Oklahoma (OU) symbolizes a quality education and OU's dedication to excellence. In 1942, the University has been serving the educational needs of the United States Armed Forces. Today, OU offers college course, undergraduate and graduate degree programs online and around the world at 27 OU sites.

The University of Oklahoma College of Liberal Studies is a Servicemembers Opportunity College member with policies and programs designed especially to help meet the needs of Navy Service members. OU provides NCPACE students the opportunity to enroll in may undergraduate courses, as well as the core courses from two distance learning degrees, a BA in Administrative Leadership and a Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership. All courses and programs are also available in an online format to allow seamless transition when the NCPACE program is not available to the sailor.

Students interested in taking graduate level courses and students who wish to exceed 6 credit hours of LSTD/LSAL 3000-4000 level coursework at the undergraduate level must first be admitted to the University of Oklahoma.

BA in Admin Leadership

The BA in Administrative Leadership is a 120-hour degree program that combines the elements of interdisciplinary study with an in-depth understanding of leadership. Topics include organizational leadership, conflict resolution, ethics, marketing, cultural diversity, and quality initiatives.

To meet the 120 semester hour requirement, 46 general education, 35 lower/upper division electives, and 39 upper division core hours are required. Students who wish to exceed 6 credit hours of LSTD/LSAL 3000-4000 must first be admitted to the BA program by first submitting our BA AL Admission Application.

Getting Started

If you are interested in obtaining a BA in Administrative Leadership degree, please follow the steps below:

  1. Complete BA Admission Application(s):
    -OU application
    -BA supplemental application
    NOTE: NCPACE students are exempt from paying the OU application fee
  2. Request official transcripts from prior institutions.
  3. Complete SOC Evaluation Request Form.
  4. Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

    The University of Oklahoma
    Attn: NCPACE Office
    1600 South Jenkins
    Norman, OK 73072

Military Credits

For an unofficial evaluation toward the BA AL degree, please fax a copy of all college and military transcripts to the NCPACE Office at (405) 325-7687, along with a request for an unofficial evaluation. You can also email request to ncpace@ou.edu.

Math Courses

You are required to have calculator while taking an OU math course. The following calculators are recommended:

  • Math 1503/1523:
    TI-83, TI-84, or the TI-86 graphing calculator is recommended
  • Math 1823/2423/2433/2443:
    A graphing calculator is required for this course. Note: TI-86 and below are permitted; TI-89 and above are not permitted.

MA in Admin Leadership

This 33-semester-hour graduate degree provides both general background and specific career information for students interested in leadership and management. The program begins with a focus on theoretical information about leadership and then explores multiple issues that leaders face in a variety of settings. A maximum of 9 hours of transfer credit may be accepted if applicable to the program in the elective area of the degree. Please submit an MA AL Admission Application.

Getting Started

If you are interested in obtaining a Master of Arts Administrative Leadership, please follow the steps below:

  1. Complete MA Admission Application(s):
    OU application
    MA supplemental application
    NOTE: NCPACE students are exempt from paying the OU application fee
  2. Request official transcripts from prior institutions.
  3. Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

    The University of Oklahoma
    Attn: NCPACE Office
    1600 South Jenkins
    Norman, OK 73072

Admission will not be granted to anyone with an undergraduate degree GPA below 2.75 unless supplemental admission criteria are met. Please view our supplemental admission criteria.

To enroll in graduate level courses while your application is being processed and prior to receiving full admission to the University of Oklahoma Graduate College, you must meet the following criteria:

  • submit, as a minimum, the OU application and provisional admission application forms
  • have at least a 3.0 GPA on the last 60 semester credit hours of undergraduate coursework, if no post-baccalaureate coursework has been attempted. If the 60th hour is in the middle of a semester, the entire semester will be used in the calculation
  • have at least a 3.0 GPA on graduate level course work, if attempted
  • not be an international student
  • NOTE: If this documentation is not received 14 days prior to the course start date, your enrollment will be rejected by the university.
  • NOTE: Your official transcripts and all supplemental application materials must be received by the end of your first 6 hours of enrollment or you will not be allowed to continue in the program.

Transcript Requests

Transcript request must be in writing and include full name, social security number/student ID, date of birth, as well as the complete address to which the transcript is to be sent and the original signature of the student.

Mail completed form(s) and transcripts to:

The University of Oklahoma
Continuing Education Registration & Records
1700 Asp Avenue B-1
Norman, OK 73072-6400

Office: (405) 325-1021
Fax: (405) 325-7273

FAQs
Time to complete degree?

The Graduate College guidelines require the completion of a master's program within five calendar years from the time of initial enrollment. As a program of the Graduate College of the University of Oklahoma, the MA AL falls within these and other Graduate College guidelines. If there are extenuating circumstances, and upon petition, the Graduate College may grant an additional year to complete the degree. Students should note the various regulations listed in the university's General Catalog and the University's Graduate Bulletin, concerning the age limitations on courses presented for graduation and other such rules that affect completion of the degree. The college of liberal Studies strongly urges students to complete degree requirements within three years from their initial enrollment.

Degree earned overseas?

Graduate students must receive full admission to the university prior to enrolling in graduate level courses. OU requires an English translation to accompany official foreign transcripts in other languages. If the student is not a native speaker of English, they will need to satisfy the University of Oklahoma's English proficiency requirement by TOEFL or other acceptable means. For additional information, please go to University's Graduate Bulletin.

Graduate courses?

Graduate students in good academic standing at other accredited institutions are welcome to take courses at the University of Oklahoma as a Visitor.

To be admitted as a Visitor, a prospective graduate student must submit the following information:

  • a completed application form
  • a letter of good standing from the dean of the Graduate College of the student's home institution

You will not be allowed to take courses until the application and letter of good standing are received in the OU Admissions office. Provisional Admission does not apply to Visitor Status.

In this status, a graduate student has all the rights and privileges of other graduate students except he or she is not pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Oklahoma. A student admitted as a Visitor can take up to 12 hours of coursework.

No academic credentials are required for this type of admission. However, should the Visitor decide to pursue a graduate degree here he or she would be required to file another application and submit official copies of all transcripts.

Math course calculator?

You are required to have calculator while taking an OU math course. The following calculators are recommended:

  • Math 1503/1523:
    TI-83, TI-84, or the TI-86 graphing calculator is recommended
  • Math 1823/2423/2433/2443:
    A graphing calculator is required for this course. Note: TI-86 and below are permitted; TI-89 and above are not permitted.

Contact Info?

When contacting the University of Oklahoma, please identify yourself as a NCPACE student so we can better assist your specific needs.

Contact the staff at the University of Oklahoma NCPACE Office for questions regarding:

  • NCPACE Program
  • Getting Enrolled
  • Course Format
  • Instructor Contact Information
  • Status of Your Course Packet/Grade
  • Application Status

Phone: (405) 325-6883
or (405) 325-3452
Fax: (405) 325-7687
Email:
ncpace@ou.edu
Website:
OU - NCPACE

Contact the staff at the College of Liberal Studies for questions regarding:

  • BA and MA Degree Programs
  • Admission Requirements
  • Academic Advisement
  • Application Status
  • Recommended Course Order
  • MA Comprehensive Exam

Phone:
(405) 325-1250
Email:
rtresner@ou.edu
Website:
OU College of Liberal Studies

PH: (405) 325-3069
FX: (405) 325-7687

ncpace@ou.edu

http://cidl.ou.edu/pace/

University of Oklahoma
1600 Jenkins Ave.,
Rm. 101
Norman, OK 73072-6507

PH: (405) 325-3069
FX: (405) 325-7687

ncpace@ou.edu

http://cidl.ou.edu/pace/

University of Oklahoma
1600 Jenkins Ave.,
Rm. 101
Norman, OK 73072-6507

PH: (405) 325-3069
FX: (405) 325-7687

ncpace@ou.edu

http://cidl.ou.edu/pace/

University of Oklahoma
1600 Jenkins Ave.,
Rm. 101
Norman, OK 73072-6507


Vincennes University

Established in 1801, Vincennes University is Indiana's oldest college. Our mission is based on the philosophy that everyone, regardless of age, economic status, culture, location or educational background, has a right to a college education. This philosophy has been the driving force behind our commitment to education programs for our Nation's Servicemembers and the need to be innovative and flexible to meet their needs. VU Programs serving Sailors include NCPACE, on-site classes at 9 Navy installations on the West Coast, Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP) institution with 4 degrees relating to 39 Ratings and former contract provider for Academic Skills Instructor Program.

Vincennes University is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is a core member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Navy (SOCNAV).

Residency Requirements

All SOCNAV students must complete at least fifteen semester hours in courses from accredited colleges and universities. Of these fifteen (15), at least six (6) hours must be earned through Vincennes University courses.

Credit Transfer

VU accepts credits in transfer from regionally accredited institutions. College-level courses in which grades of C- or higher have been earned will be evaluated for transfer credit upon receipt of official transcripts.

VU accepts transfer credits earned through specific CLEP and DANTES with ACE recommended passing score. Students are advised to contact the program coordinator to confirm transferability before taking exams. To receive credit, an institutional copy of the transcript needs to be sent directly to Vincennes University, Military Education Program, 1002 North First Street, ES-87, Vincennes, IN 47591.

Transfer Requests

Requests for transcripts must be in writing and include student’s signature and ID number. Include the name and address of party to whom an official transcript is to be sent. Either mail request to: Vincennes University, Military Education Program, 1002 North First Street, ES-87, Vincennes, IN 47591 or fax to: 812.888.2076.

SOC Requests

Complete the NCPACE SOCNAV request form and mail or fax to VU Military Education Program.

Military Experience Evaluations

For students planning to earn a degree through VU:

After completion of one course with VU, students may submit an official JST online by selecting the Vincennes University, Vincennes Campus.

Residency Requirements

All SOCNAV students must complete at least fifteen semester hours in courses from accredited colleges and universities. Of these fifteen (15), at least six (6) hours must be earned through Vincennes University courses.

Credit Transfer

VU accepts credits in transfer from regionally accredited institutions. College-level courses in which grades of C- or higher have been earned will be evaluated for transfer credit upon receipt of official transcripts.

VU accepts transfer credits earned through specific CLEP and DANTES with ACE recommended passing score. Students are advised to contact the program coordinator to confirm transferability before taking exams. To receive credit, an institutional copy of the transcript needs to be sent directly to Vincennes University, Military Education Program, 1002 North First Street, ES-87, Vincennes, IN 47591.

Transfer Requests

Requests for transcripts must be in writing and include student’s signature and ID number. Include the name and address of party to whom an official transcript is to be sent. Either mail request to: Vincennes University, Military Education Program, 1002 North First Street, ES-87, Vincennes, IN 47591 or fax to: 812.888.2076.

SOC Requests

Complete the NCPACE SOCNAV request form and mail or fax to VU Military Education Program.

Military Experience Evaluations

For students planning to earn a degree through VU:

After completion of one course with VU, students may submit an official JST online by selecting the Vincennes University, Vincennes Campus.

PH: (800) 468-7480
FX: (812) 888-2076

ncpace@vinu.edu

www.vinu.edu/military

Vincennes University
Military Education Program
1002 North First St., ES-87
Vincennes, IN 47591

PH: (800) 468-7480
FX: (812) 888-2076

ncpace@vinu.edu

www.vinu.edu/military

Vincennes University
Military Education Program
1002 North First St., ES-87
Vincennes, IN 47591

PH: (800) 468-7480
FX: (812) 888-2076

ncpace@vinu.edu

www.vinu.edu/military

Vincennes University
Military Education Program
1002 North First St., ES-87
Vincennes, IN 47591


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