Resources for students at American College of Education.
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You have access to everything you need to succeed as a virtual ACE student.
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MyACE is where you can view course schedule, access student request forms, see your GPA and degree progress, pay your tuition, and more. Your username and password will be created during your enrollment process.
Are you having trouble logging into MyACE? Contact us for technical support.
Microsoft 365 / Student Email Accounts
All students must set up and use their @my.ace.edu account to access their courses in Canvas, receive all student email communications, and access Microsoft 365 as an ACE student including your student email address. You’ll use this account to sign into Canvas, receive all student email communications and access Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). You will receive an email immediately upon enrollment to set up this account.
Please use the email and password sent to you to immediately activate your account at https://portal.office.com.
Help with Microsoft 365
Canvas & Student Commons
Canvas, our learning management system, gives you access to your courses and the Student Commons.
Having trouble logging in? Contact us for technical support.
Disability Support Service (DSS): 1-(877)-670-4523
The Writing Center
Official Transcript Request
Student Request Forms
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