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Educational Opportunities Pursued Through Navy College
CHAPTER 2 NAVY COLLEGE PROGRAMS AND EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS The educational services officer (ESO) is part of a team  that  helps  personnel  achieve  their  educational goals.  Those goals could be to complete high school, complete a vocational/technical certificate, or earn a college degree.   The success of the various voluntary education programs is directly affected by the extent to which  the  ESO  is  knowledgeable  about  voluntary education opportunities. The  Navy  encourages  active-duty  personnel  to take part in off-duty voluntary education and over the past  few  years  has  made  great  strides  in  providing Sailors  the  opportunity  to  further  their  education. Because our country values educational achievement and  the  Navy  wants  to  retain  competent  personnel, voluntary education programs have special value. An enhanced military education program, called the Navy College Program (NCP), was developed to provide Sailors the education necessary to handle the increased requirements of a high-tech Navy.   Key to the NCP is partnerships between the Navy and specific accredited colleges/universities to enable the award of college credit for military training and experience. The academic world recognizes the excellent quality of Navy training and this recognition is growing. Courses completed in military schools were the first non-campus courses in the country the   American   Council   on   Education   (ACE) recommended for college-level credit, and ACE plays a major role in the NCP. NAVY COLLEGE PROGRAM AND OFFICES Learning  Objectives:  Recognize  the  role  of  Navy College  Offices;  identify  the  various  types  of educational  programs  that  can  be  pursued  through Navy College Offices and the manner in which each can be accomplished. Mission:  To enable Sailors to obtain a college degree while on active duty. Vision: –  A single system that integrates all components of off-duty education. –  A  comprehensive,  recognizable  program  to attract high quality recruits. –  A   command   climate   that   recognizes   the contribution   of   off-duty   education   to professional development. –  Increased college opportunity for every Sailor. Components: –  Individual  roadmaps  to  associate  and  bachelor degrees for every Sailor. –  Academic credit for Navy training. –  Automatic eligibility for NCP. –  Partnerships with institutions of higher learning. –  Career-long  academic  advising  regardless  of location. –  Automatic  transcript  (SMART)  at  key  career junctures. –  Tuition   Assistance,   NCPACE,   Testing, Academic Skills. –  Navy College Offices (local). –  Navy College Center – web site: www.navycollege.navy.mil/ –  E-mail: ncc@cnet.navy.mil phone1-877-253-7122. The  implementation  of  the  Navy  College  Program (NCP) began in FY00, and as a result, the Navy Campus Education  Centers  were  renamed  the  Navy  College Offices. These  offices  can  provide  any  ESO  further information   about   the   program   and   its   specific components. In   this   chapter   we   will   discuss   the   following information:    Navy   College   Offices   and   Educational Opportunities pursued through them: Academic credit for Navy training and work experiences – SMART transcripts. 2-1

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