StraighterLine is a leader in making a quality college education more affordable. StraighterLine provides fast, affordable, and transferable online college courses that are guaranteed to fit into a student's degree program.
Students who successfully complete StraighterLine courses receive full credit for approved courses when they enroll with any school in its rapidly expanding network of regionally accredited partner colleges and universities. StraighterLine students can earn the same degree from the top universities for career-focused adults for thousands of dollars less - and with a dramatic reduction in student debt.
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StraighterLine is a participant in the Alternative Credit Project (ACPE) and submitted and received approval for 44 courses to be a part of the program. Eligible courses are denoted with an asterisk (*) at the end of the course title. StraighterLine's accepted ACPE courses are noted with the following number format: ACPE-0000, with numbers ranging from 0001 to 0138. To guarantee credit transfer to colleges not already in StraighterLine's partner college network that participate in ACPE, select the ACPE version of the course found under ‘Alternative Credit Project Ecosystem' in the National Guide.
For more information please visit http://www.alternativecreditproject.com.
URL: http://www.straighterline.com/ Source of Official Student Records: Students may request official transcripts or completion letters through the StraighterLine Student Dashboard, MyLine or by contacting their student advisor. How Results are Reported: Scores are reported directly to student via the StraighterLine platform (qualitative examination and assignment submissions may take 3-5 days for scores to be posted). Retake Policy: If upon completion of a course a student has not achieved a satisfactory score of 70% a student may retake this course by repurchasing and reattempting it in full. Students are required to wait a minimum of three (3) business days between attempts. The highest final satisfactory score will be used for the transcript.
- Click the name of a course/exam to see the course/exam description.
- Click a column header to sort the results by that column (ascending or descending order).
- Click the checkbox of one or more courses to generate a printer-friendly list of selected courses/exams.