ACE Contact Information
The ACE Governing Documents (Governance and Assessment, article V. ACE Certification for Co-Curricular Activities) allows students to complete a Co-Curricular Experience for an ACE outcome. Guidelines for students interested in pursuing Co-Curricular Experiences or Study Abroad Experiences to complete an ACE outcome can be found in the documents below.
ACE Governing Documents
- ACE Governing Document 1:
Institutional Objectives and Student Learning Outcomes
- ACE Governing Document 2:
- ACE Governing Document 3:
Populating ACE: A Process for Proposing, Reviewing, and Certifying the Initial Set of ACE Courses
- ACE Governing Document 4:
Governance and Assessment
Other ACE Documents:
Guide for Developing an ACE Course for Certification: Guide & Worksheet OR Worksheet only
The purpose of this guide is to assist departments in identifying appropriate ACE Learning Outcomes for a course and develop information needed to certify that course for the ACE program.
ACE Certification Guidelines
The Guidelines for Review of ACE Course Certification Requests will be used by the UCC ACE Subcommittee as it considers courses for ACE certification. Faculty may wish to use these guidelines to help them determine whether or not a course they are proposing for ACE certification is submitted for the appropriate Student Learning Outcome (SLO).
Responses to Question 2 from Certified ACE Proposals
These question 2 responses are from ACE proposals certified as of Sept. 5, 2008. The are sorted by outcome.
ACE Certification Form - Blank Example Word | PDF
The purpose of this form is to enable faculty members to familiarize themselves with the ACE certification form and to provide a formatted document in which they can work up and save their ACE proposal before entering it on-line at courseapproval.unl.edu
Dr. Patrice Berger, Director of UNL Honors Program, delivered a speech to the W.H. Thompson Learning Community January 29, 2010. He discussed the value of the ACE program as it relates to students' aspirations. He has kindly granted us permission to post the speech so that others might benefit from his vision of using general education to provide a compass for future academic and co-curricular choices that students make as they prepare to be active citizens in our society.