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ACADEMIC CREDIT FOR NAVY TRAINING AND WORK EXPERIENCES – SMART TRANSCRIPTS Navy personnel may receive academic credit from civilian  schools  for  certain  Navy  training  and  work experiences based on recommendations made by the American Council on Education (ACE). These include the following:    Service  schools  that  have  been  evaluated  and have recommended college credit.    Job experience in the individual’s Navy rating.    Limited  duty  officer  (LDO)  or  chief  warrant officer (CWO) specialties.    Certain  Navy  Enlisted  Classification  (NEC) codes  that  have  been  evaluated  and  have recommended college credit. The  longer  people  remain  in  the  Navy,  the  more educational credits they can build.  Rating Roadmaps identify the recommended credit for Navy training and rating specific work experience across a Navy career in a  specific  rating.   The  Roadmaps  show  Sailors  how they will continue to earn credit as they advance in the Navy.    Rating  Roadmaps  are  available  at  the  Navy College web site. Navy  members  can  make  their  academic  credits “pay off” at an educational institution.  Under the Navy College  Program,  the  Navy  has  established  partner educational institutions to bring enhanced opportunities to our Sailors to pursue a college education and achieve a  college  degree. In  order  to  maximize  the  Navy’s ability to provide access to college degree programs to Sailors,  the  primary  medium  for  delivery  of  college education  is  through  a  variety  of  distance  learning methods. Navy  College  Office  counselors  advise Sailors  as  to  the  variety  of  possibilities  of  using  their credit  for  Navy  training  and  work  experience  and  the availability  of  education  courses,  when  assisting personnel to complete degrees. The  Sailor/Marine  Corps  American  Council  on Education  Registry  Transcript  (SMART)  provides  a consolidated electronic record  of the service member’s military experience. Credits for military experiences, as recommended  by  ACE,  are  included  on  the  SMART. This  includes  military  training  courses,  Navy  ratings, Navy  Enlisted  Classifications,  and  Limited  Duty  and Warrant Officer Specialties.   The SMART also shows other  learning  experiences  for  which  there  are  no matching ACE credit recommendations and the reasons why.   Navy personnel may receive a personal copy of their SMART from the Navy College Program web site , from  the  Navy  College  Center,  or  from  their  Navy College Office.  An official SMART, which is accepted by colleges and universities, may be requested using the Request  for  Sailor/Marine  American  Council  on Education  Registry  Transcript  request  form,  which  is available from the Navy College Program web site, the Navy College Center, or the local Navy College Office. Official SMART transcripts are only sent to educational institutions.   When  requested  by  the  service  member, the   official   SMART   is   printed   at   the   SMART headquarters’ print shop, shrink wrapped in plastic, and mailed directly to the specified educational institution. In  addition  to  listing  the  service  member’s  military experiences  and  the  ACE  recommended  credits, SMART contains information on any DANTES tests the member has taken for college credit (CLEPs, DSSTs, ACT-PEPs,  ECEs),  and  lists  college  courses  taken  by the individual while on active duty that were funded by Tuition Assistance and/or NCPACE. Corrections  to  the  SMART  may  be  made  using SMART  Correction  Procedures  (Navy),  which  is available at the Navy College Program web site. Although  the  SMART  transcript  shows  ACE recommended credit, it cannot guarantee the amount of  credit  civilian  educational  institutions  will  grant. Neither  the  Navy  nor  ACE  can  award  academic credit.   Only the educational institution can grant academic credit for military training/experience as it relates to the student’s degree program. Q2.   What  form  provides  a  consolidated  electronic listing  of  the  service  member’s  military experience? KEY ROLE OF NAVY COLLEGE OFFICE EDUCATION SPECIALISTS/GUIDANCE COUNSELORS The  ESO  should  refer  members  who  wish  to pursue higher education to the Navy College Office. Navy  College  Office  education  specialists/guidance counselors have the latest information about courses of study/programs offered by various colleges.  They play a   key   role   in   helping   Navy   personnel   achieve educational goals. The  services  of  education  specialists/guidance counselors  are  available  at  most  naval  facilities  in  the United  States  and  at  major  sites  overseas. If  these personnel are unavailable, the ESO should help members with information, assistance, and reference materials. 2-3

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