Empire State University (New York) and saylor.org are running a pilot program. A person can get up to 4 credits from Empire State University for free, and transcribed on a transcript. You have to sign up for the program and do some type of prior learning experience portfolio, etc. You also have to have taken a saylor.org course and passed it (I believe). This program is only open to the first 100 people that sign up for it so hurry up and give it a try. I signed up for it yesterday. It should be interesting. I put some information in this post for you guys (see below). Good luck.:wave: Website: The State University of New York (SUNY) Empire State College « Saylor Academy Learning Gained through Life and Work Assessed for College Credit Students interested in participating in a pilot program offered by SUNY Empire State College can have their learning assessed for undergraduate college credit. Participants must have completed one of a specifically selected set of courses through the Saylor Academy. As part of the project, which is funded by a Lumina Foundation grant, the college has developed a Global Learning Qualifications Framework to help students document their college-level learning. Once such college-level learning is demonstrated in a specific academic area, undergraduate college credits will be awarded for it by SUNY Empire State College. Saylor students accepted into the pilot program and who submit an ePortfolio for assessment between March 15 and Aug. 30, 2014 will receive one course assessment for undergraduate college credit (up to 4 credits) at no cost. These credits will be transcribed on an Empire State College transcript. This offer is limited to the first 100 students who apply to the pilot program. Those accepted into this pilot program will be considered non-matriculated students at Empire State College, but may choose to matriculate if they wish to apply the credits toward a degree at the college. An application to the Empire State College pilot program is available at: http://www.esc.edu/saylor-apply.