American College of Education, Dallas College Finalize Transfer Agreement
November 03, 2021
Eligible Dallas College Members Can Easily Transition into Programs at ACE
INDIANAPOLIS – Dallas College and American College of Education have announced a transfer agreement that will make higher-level degrees more accessible to members of the Dallas College community. Under the new agreement, members of Dallas College will be provided a seamless enrollment experience. Faculty, staff, students and alumni will all be eligible to receive an ACE partnership grant to reduce tuition.
“Providing a clear pathway for members of Dallas College to complete a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree is another way ACE stays true to its mission of making high-quality education as accessible as possible,” said ACE President Dr. Shawntel Landry. “We look forward to building our partnership with Dallas College to bring our online programs within reach of more community college students, faculty and staff.”
When asked about the significance of this agreement, TJ Cafferty, ACE Assistant Director for Strategic Partner Development, stated, “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Dallas College in previous roles and I know their commitment to students and employees comes first. I believe this agreement will go a long way toward supporting all the stakeholders of Dallas College. This is definitely a win-win situation for all parties involved.”
All ACE classes are rooted in forward-thinking, evidence-based instruction that is immediately applicable in the workplace. And with flexible online coursework, students can study on their own time. “Thanks to my program at ACE, I have achieved my professional goals and am now a member of ACE’s core faculty,” said Sara Reichard, ACE faculty member and nursing program alumna. “The resources and tools I gained in my program help me every day to succeed in my new role.”
According to Dallas College Provost, Dr. Shawnda Floyd, “We are delighted to add this agreement to our ever-growing list of transfer opportunities for students. By partnering with ACE, we’ve made it possible for our students, faculty and staff to seamlessly transfer into the next stage of their education.”
About American College of Education
ACE is an accredited, completely online college specializing in affordable programs in education, leadership, healthcare and nursing. Headquartered in Indianapolis, ACE offers more than 50 innovative and engaging programs for adult students to pursue a doctorate, master’s or bachelor’s degree, along with micro-credentials and certificate programs. In addition to being a leader in online education, ACE is a Certified B Corporation. Certified B Corporations are leaders of a global movement to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.
About Dallas College
Dallas College, formerly the Dallas County Community College District, was founded in 1965, and consists of seven campuses: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake and Richland. Dallas College offers online learning, and serves more than 83,000 credit and 25,000 continuing education students during the fall and spring semesters. Dallas College also offers dual credit for students in partner high schools and early college high schools throughout Dallas County. Dr. Joe May, the college’s 7th chancellor, has established the Dallas College higher education network in partnership with area school districts, colleges and universities, businesses, community organizations and others to support student success and college completion by removing barriers and providing services that help them earn a college credential and start their professional careers.