ArmyU News Archive

Army University TADLP (The Army Distributed Learning Program) Launches New Mobile-friendly website

With the New Year barely underway, The Army Distributed Learning Program located on Fort Eustis has just launched a completely redesigned website. In addition to a more polished look, the site features enhancements to allow for better navigation and user experience via ultra-mobile devices as more than half of all visitors now access the site from their cell phones and tablets. Visit Site

Posted January 22, 2020

The Army's Self-Directed Credentialing Assistance Program at Fort Campbell

As with tuition assistance, credentialing assistance is open to all eligible officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and enlisted Soldiers. But here's the big difference -- in support of credentials the Army will pay for training courses, books, materials, fees, the credentialing exam, and recertification. Visit Site

Posted December 5, 2019

NCOLCoE Launches World Campus Site

The World Campus site is the latest initiative the NCOLCoE produced to enhance the professional lifelong learning capabilities for Soldiers to share across the world. The World Campus site is a centralized online delivery system of professional military education that will make online learning easily accessible for Soldiers beyond the brick and mortar walls. Visit Site

Posted November 20, 2019

Multi-State Collaborative on Military Credit (MCMC)
ArmyU encourages educators to improve military credit transfer

Officials from ArmyU participated in discussions on how to expand collaboration in licensing, credentialing and apprenticeships with the MCMC. Full Article

Posted October 10, 2019

Army Credentialing and Continuing Education Services for Soldiers (ACCESS)

The Army University (ArmyU) Army Credentialing and Continuing Education Services for Soldiers (ACCESS) Directorate combines the Voluntary Education (VOLED) roles and functions with the Army Credentialing Program. Full article

Posted September 30, 2019

U.S. Army Special Operations Command Department of Defense Civilians complete leadership training
By Mrs. Bonita Riddley (USASOC)October 8, 2019

The U.S Army Special Operations Command, in partnership with the Army Management Staff College (AMSC), recently hosted an Advance Course and an Intermediate Course at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, facilitated by a mobile training team (MTT). Full Article

Posted October 10, 2019

ArmyU Partners with the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning
Military Police (MOS 31B) Military Credit Review

Sixteen institutions from across the state sent more than 90 representatives to collaborate and review Army Programs of Instruction for relevant learning outcomes and provide course equivalencies for Soldiers. Visit Site

Posted October 25, 2019

Veterans Without Degrees
The Benefits and Opportunities of Certificates and Certifications

Prior research has shown that the skills and knowledge veterans gain in the U.S. military are often under-recognized and undervalued by civilian employers. Visit Site

Posted October 21, 2019

Multi-State Collaborative on Military Credit (MCMC)
ArmyU encourages educators to improve military credit transfer

Officials from ArmyU participated in discussions on how to expand collaboration in licensing, credentialing and apprenticeships with the MCMC. Full Article

Posted October 10, 2019

Army Credentialing and Continuing Education Services for Soldiers (ACCESS)

The Army University (ArmyU) Army Credentialing and Continuing Education Services for Soldiers (ACCESS) Directorate combines the Voluntary Education (VOLED) roles and functions with the Army Credentialing Program. Full article

Posted September 30, 2019

U.S. Army Special Operations Command Department of Defense Civilians complete leadership training
By Mrs. Bonita Riddley (USASOC)October 8, 2019

The U.S Army Special Operations Command, in partnership with the Army Management Staff College (AMSC), recently hosted an Advance Course and an Intermediate Course at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, facilitated by a mobile training team (MTT). Full Article

Posted October 10, 2019

Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Program

Take advantage of a great new opportunity to pay for credentials that can enhance your skills and qualifications both during and after military service. The Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Program can pay for courses and exams that lead to industry-recognized academic or vocational credentials in an occupational area of your choice. Full article

Posted September 25, 2019

Kansas Board of Regents Launches Military Articulation Portal

TOPEKA, Kansas --The Kansas Board of Regents launched its Military Articulation Portal Aug. 27. The portal provides a central resource for military members and veterans to explore the course credit available to them at public post-secondary institutions in Kansas. Many Kansas colleges and universities offer college credit for military experience. Full article

Posted September 10, 2019

The Army Launches Plan to Give College Credit for Training Soldiers are Already Doing

If all goes according to plan, in the next few years, soldiers with pre-enlistment college credit or using Army tuition assistance funds to pursue degrees will be able to count their time in professional military education courses as credit hours toward higher education. Full article

Posted June 12, 2019


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