June 23, 2006, Newsletter Issue #21: Getting Credit For What You've Already Done

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As you start your journey to higher education, don't forget that your military education--Basic Training, technical schools, leadership training and upgrade training--can count for college credit. To get some of these credits your school will require you to submit either a DD214 (your discharge papers) or a form showing you are still on duty.

To have military education credits recognized you'll need to request a transcript from your technical school, Community College of the Air Force or other military education institutions. Be sure to submit these transcripts unopened, as most colleges won't accept them otherwise. Some schools want you to make a 'special request' in order to have these transcripts evaluated, others require you to contact the head of the departments your credits might transfer to for an official evaluation. Be prepared to start early and do some legwork to get this done, but it's well worth it in the end.

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