Servicemembers are eligible to automatically earn transferrable credit for the following training modules:
- Basic Combat Training = MSL 2290 ROTC Leadership Training (6 credits)
- Master Fitness Trainer = PE 4427 Personal Trainer Certification (3 credits)
Other training modules may be evaluated for college bearing credit using ISU's ELA policy below. Contact the Office of the Registrar for more information.
Experiential Learning Assessment (ELA)
一道本不卡免费高清ELA is an avenue by which a student may be awarded undergraduate credit for work, volunteer, or lived experiences outside of the university curriculum. The program assists in the process for requesting academic credit through the portfolio method. In a portfolio, a student thoroughly describes and documents knowledge gained experientially and also demonstrates how knowledge gained outside the classroom is related to college-level learning.
The purpose of using the ELA process is to ensure veteran students can earn credit from their JST that will be the most degree applicable and major specific to their program.
一道本不卡免费高清If a student wishes to initiate the ELA process:
- Order your
- You will receive an email confirmation from the Military Education Benefits Chief once we receive it.
- Formally declare a major
- Contact the ELA Coordinator for your college
***Please be aware that once these credits are added to your record they become part of your academic history and cannot be removed or the module(s) reused for another course evaluation.