Charter Oak awards college credit for successful completion of certain non-collegiate training and instructional programs that have been reviewed for credit, such as some offered by business and industry, governmental and nonprofit agencies, professional groups and the United States Armed Forces.
Has your training program been reviewed for credit?
Charter Oak can award credit for successful completion of training that has been reviewed for credit by the:
- American Council on Education College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT)
- Connecticut Credit Assessment Program (CCAP)
- National College Credit Recommendation Service (National CCRS)
If you successfully completed a reviewed program during the validity period, then have the training sponsor send a transcript, or official report, to the Registrar.
Didn't find your program that was reviewed for credit?
Charter Oak is one of the founding members of the Consortium for the Assessment of College Equivalency (CACE) and may be able to award credit for programs and credentials reviewed by the other member institutions. If you think your training program or credential was reviewed for credit by another CACE member (Excelsior College, Granite State College, SUNY Empire State College, Thomas Edison State University and Vermont State Colleges) and do not see it listed, contact the PLA Office for more information. Please provide your date of completion and the exact name of the training sponsor and program or credential and issuing agency.