Life Learning for Credit

Adult students are very different than the tradiational younger student.  Adults come to higher education with lots of learning for all kinds of life situtions.  You may have received certifications, employer training, atteneded training courses and have interestes or talents which can be converted to college equivalent credit.  Theses options save you both time and money to earn your degree.

Examples might be taking national tesitng exams to prove your knowledge of a particular class.  All information about these exams and which schools offer them are included in The EduPlanner.

You might already own college credit and don't know it if you took training from certain companies that have already been approved as college equivalent credit.  All information about these types of credits and which schools offer them are included in The EduPlanner.

You might be able to document your learning through a process called a Portolio.  You create a binder of information about yourself, your learning experience and include documentation to prove you know about a college equivalent course.  All information about how to create a Portfolio and which schools offer them are included in the EduPlanner.

Remember, life learning takes on many fields of study.  You may be proficient at bowling - that would be credit for Physical Education.  You may be an artist, or play a musical instrument to earn Music credit.  You may have written a Technical Manual for your work.  All of these options, and many more can be converted to college equivalent credit and The EduPlanner will show you how and let you know which schools provide these opportunities.

Gaining Credit for College Equivalent Learning Will Save You Both Time and Money To Complete Your Degree