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Wednesdays
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Credit Consolidation

Credit Consolidation empowers you to translate education and company based training into college credit, career advancement, and personal economic growth. Credit Consolidation is a unique, non-degree-seeking credential service available to students not currently engaged in Rowan University matriculated, degree granting programs.

College level, accredited coursework reflecting enrollment, training, or knowledge evaluated by Rowan University, by such academic assessment tools as Credit by Examination, or college credit recommendations determined by the American Council on Education is certified as transferrable to one of the most recognized and highly regarded universities in the mid-Atlantic region.

This credential allows the uniform recording of academic achievements from various universally recognized sources upon one official, non-degree-seeking (consolidation) level, transcript. Credits placed upon the consolidation transcript are permanent.

  • Certifying junior college coursework as transferrable to a senior college when pursuing certification through the state.
  • Translate ACE approved workplace training into college credit potentially useful in petitioning for professional advancement.

 

Areas of additional information:

Council for Adult & Experiential Learning

Programs on Non-collegiate Sponsored Instruction

Workplace Training

Military Credit

Note: Foreign credentials and CEU credit are not eligible for transcription.

Rowan University Credit Consolidation Application

 

 

Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education (ACE) is the major coordinating body for all the nation's higher education institutions, ACE provides leadership on key higher education issues and influences public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives.