OK. I'm going to tell you about someone who is not a College Graduate- yet. This person has had a long and unusual history. He went to an elite boy's school and earned a number of AP Credits. He then went to the University of Georgia as a Pre-Med Major with Psychiatry/Psychology Minor. He left UGA and went to a certain then-unaccredited (and never regionally accredited) religious school (though not a degree mill...) as a Bible Major with a Greek Minor. He wound up being converted to religious opinions that conflicted with the position of said school, and wound up switching his major to Humanities, not long before he withdrew- and was then asked not to return. He wound up going to work at the family food-distribution business in the warehouse, but then was asked to learn about computers. After the food-distribution business closed, he eventually became a programmer/analyst and later a network administrator for a pharmaceutical company. After that company was bought out, and he left the company, he wound up going to work in computer security for an insurance company, and his section was taken over by IBM, for whom he now works as a manager in charge of security. (He also took economics courses at Furman University for a while.) Due to a stressful situation, he is considering leaving IBM and going to another company after a certain problem at his work is taken care of. My questions are: 1. How would I be able to determine what experiences in his life would qualify for college credit? (I know the IBM training may be good for ACE Credit, depending on which courses he took.) 2. Would the courses he took at the unaccredited school be counted in some form or fashion for possible college credit? (At the time he was at Furman, they did accept them as creditworthy, despite being from an unaccredited school.) 3. What would be the best way to convince him to get his stuff together to try for a college degree?