How to Transfer Your Credit


Hello!'s college courses lead to credit that can be transferred to over 2,000 colleges or university. In this video, you'll learn the step-by-step process to transfer your credit to your school.

Create Your A.C.E. Account works with A.C.E., or the American Council on Education, to transfer credit between and your school. A.C.E. is your link between and your school.

The credit transfer process is quick and simple.

First visit A.C.E.'s website to create and validate an account with A.C.E.'s Registry and Transcript system.

Type in your last name and Social Security Number. A.C.E. requires your social security number in order to verify your identity and ensure that duplicate records are not created.

The site will look up your information and inform you that no account was found. That's okay! Just click the button that allows you to continue the registration.

On the next page, fill in the required fields, including a username, password, and security question and create your account.

Submit Your Courses For Approval

From your account's homepage you can find your course. Click 'Course Search' and then enter '' under 'Organization Name'.

When you run the search, you'll see a list of courses. Find your course and click 'Add to Transcript.' Then enter the date you took your final exam and the location where you completed the course, and click 'Submit for Review'.

When you do this, A.C.E. will send a message to a registrar to confirm that you've passed the course. After confirmation, the course will be added to your account on A.C.E.'s transcript system.

Use this process for every college course that you pass on Your courses will be saved in your A.C.E. account and you can submit them to your school whenever you are ready.

Ordering Transcripts

When you want to order your transcripts to share with other institutions, go to your homepage and click 'Order Transcripts.'

You'll be prompted to select a paper or electronic transcript and a destination for A.C.E. to send to the transcripts to. The site will ask you to pay a small registration fee, which includes one transcript, with additional transcripts for a smaller extra cost.

And that's how you transfer your credit from to other institutions. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to support. We're here to help you make it simple and quick to transfer credit to your school.

Students interested in learning about the concept of credit hours can read this article, which provides information about what college credit hours are, how they are earned, and a few different types of credit hours.

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