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   Begin   NCPACE   classes   without   proper authorization from NETPDTC.    Request  courses  that  are  not  reflected  on  the crew survey.    Attempt to offer NCPACE classes without close collaboration  with  the  local  Navy  College Office.    Offer NCPACE courses before completing CO, XO, CMC, ESO, and crew briefs. Q12.   What program provides an atmosphere in which students can experience a challenging education in a shipboard or remote site environment? Q13.   Which  course  delivery  method  under  NCPACE does not require an onboard college instructor? Q14.   How  many  months  in  advance  of  the  ship’s scheduled  deployment  should  ESOs  plan  and coordinate NCPACE courses? SERVICEMEMBERS OPPORTUNITY COLLEGES AND NAVY COLLEGE RATING PARTNERS The Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) consists  of  a  national  group  of  approximately  1,250 colleges. These colleges have agreed to cooperate with the  military  services  to  support  voluntary  education programs.   SOC  members  include  2-year  and  4-year colleges and universities and technical institutes.  SOC members adhere to specific principles and criteria to ensure high-quality academic programs are available to military students. SOC  schools  collectively  offer  the  full  range  of associate  and  baccalaureate  degrees. Many  offer on-base   programs   and   some   serve   military installations overseas. SERVICEMEMBERS OPPORTUNITY COLLEGES—NAVY  (SOCNAV) SOCNAV consists of accredited colleges offering associate  (SOCNAV-2)  and  bachelors  (SOCNAV-4) degree programs to Navy members worldwide either in resident  courses  or  through  distance  learning. A student  must  establish  academic  residency  with  the “parent”  institution.   The  “parent”  college  issues  an official evaluation of all prior learning in the form of a SOCNAV Student Agreement.  This agreement serves as  the  student’s  academic  plan  and  contract  for  the degree. The SOCNAV-2 and SOCNAV-4 Handbooks serve as manuals for the program and are used by the Navy College  Offices’  education  specialists  and  guidance counselors to advise members interested in SOCNAV. The SOCNAV program manager can be contacted by e-mail at socmail@aascu.org.  Further information on this  program  is  also  on  the  following  web  site: www.soc.aascu.org/socnav. NAVY COLLEGE RATING PARTNERS (NCRP) In response to the Sailor’s need for greater access to  higher  education,  the  Navy  College  Program  has developed   new   partnerships   with   colleges   and universities to offer rating-related degrees via distance learning to Sailors everywhere. As  members  of  SOCNAV,  these  new  education partnerships provide associates and bachelors degree programs  related  to  each  rating  and  make  maximum use of military professional training and experience to fulfill degree requirements. The  program  also  provides  opportunities  to  take courses  through  distance  learning  so  that  Sailors anywhere will be able to pursue a degree.  The goal of the  NCRP  Schools  is  to  support  both  the  Sailor’s mobile  lifestyle  and  educational  goals.   Courses  are offered  in  a  variety  of  formats  such  as  CD-ROM, videotape, paper, or over the Internet. Navy College Rating Partners are    City University,    Coastline Community College of California,    Dallas  Telecollege  of  the  Dallas  Community Colleges,    Embry Riddle Aeronautical University,    Empire State College,    Florida Community College At Jacksonville,    Florida State University,    Fort Hays State University,    George Washington University,    Old Dominion University,    Pikes Peak Community College,    Rogers State University,    Thomas Edison State College, 2-9

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