CCEI Partners

CCEI ARTICULATION AND PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

CCEI’s Early Childhood Credential, College Credit Eligible CDA Certificate, Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC) Certificate, Instructor-Supported CDA Certificate, National Administrator Credential Certificate, and Director’s Certificate have been evaluated and awarded credit recommendations by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (National CCRS), formerly known as the National Program on Non-collegiate Sponsored Instruction (National PONSI), a service of the University of the State of New York. Click here for details on the recommendations.

If you’ve completed your CCEI certificate, but don’t want to stop there, you can continue your education with American College of Education® (ACE). Through our partnership with ACE, your CCEI credentials can seamlessly transfer into an ACE undergraduate program.

In case you haven’t heard, ACE offers affordable, flexible, high-quality online programs. The college was founded by educators for educators, so you can rest assured that you’ll continue your education at an institution you can trust.

ACE’s bachelor’s degree completion programs are designed to maximize the credit you’re transferring to ACE and help you complete your degree in as little as 15 months. Find your bachelor’s degree completion program and finish your goal!
Click here to get started!

CCEI has an articulation agreement with Penn Foster that provides CCEI students the opportunity to articulate credit toward a Penn Foster online degree program. Click here for more details on the agreement. For more information on Penn Foster, click here.

CCEI has an articulation agreement with Concordia University that allows CCEI students the opportunity to be awarded college credit towards the Bachelor of Arts – Child Development (BA-CD) Online Degree Completion program at Concordia University. Click here for more details on the agreement. For more information on Concordia University, click here.

CCEI has an articulation agreement with Fisher College that provides CCEI students the opportunity to articulate CCEI coursework towards a bachelor’s degree at Fisher College. Click here for more details on the agreement. For more information on Fisher College, click here.

Through CCEI’s articulation agreement with SUNY Empire State College, CCEI students interested in enrolling in an associate or bachelor degree program at SUNY Empire State College have the opportunity to articulate CCEI coursework pre-evaluated by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) towards their degree. In addition, students may be able to receive a waiver of the $50 orientation fee and a one-time Presidential Scholarship in the amount of $100. To take advantage of the waiver, students must enter a valid CCEI partner code at time of submission of the online admissions application. Please contact CCEI’s Compliance department at compliance@cceionline.edu for the partner code. Click here for more details on the partnership. For more information on the SUNY Empire State College Early Childhood Studies program, click here.

CCEI has an articulation agreement with Union Institute and University that provides CCEI students the opportunity to articulate CCEI coursework towards a bachelor’s degree at Union Institute & University. Click here for more details on the agreement. For more information on Union Institute and University, click here.

CCEI has an articulation agreement with Springfield College that provides CCEI students the opportunity to receive college credit toward a Springfield College School of Human Services degree program. Click here for more details on the agreement. For more information on Springfield College, click here.

ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) and the University of Arizona Global Campus, now offer all eligible CCEI employees and students the Global Campus Benefit program. With this benefit, CCEI employees and students who successfully apply to and attend the Global Campus are eligible to receive:

  • 40% Tuition Savings
  • Free Required Course Materials for Your First Course
  • Prior Learning Assessment Fee Waiver
  • Family Benefits

In addition to these tuition savings, CCEI has an articulation agreement with the Global Campus that allows CCEI students the opportunity to be awarded credit towards a Bachelor’s degree program.

For more information visit the University of Arizona Global Campus Tuition Benefit and articulation agreement with CCEI.

CCEI and University of Phoenix are long time partners and provide the following for
CCEI students and alumni:

• 10% tuition reduction
• Waiver of all charges for pre-evaluation
• Opportunity to receive credit toward a University of Phoenix degree. Through the Prior Learning
Assessment process, CCEI students can have their academic and professional experience evaluated for a credit waiver toward a degree.

Click here for more details about the partnership.

For information about the University of Phoenix Prior Learning Assessment,    click here.

To activate your tuition reduction, please call or text Paul Mulcahy, Education Development Specialist for the University of Phoenix, at:
757.945.1001or email him at:
paul.mulcahy@phoenix.edu

Professional Development Partners

CCEI has partnered with the Association of Childhood Education International and is the ACEI recommended online Professional Development training provider.

CCEI is a year-round partner of TXAEYC. Together, we advance the early childhood profession by promoting equitable access to professional preparation and on-going professional development.

CCEI is an official partner of the Council for Professional Recognition, the administrator of the Child Development Associate® (CDA) National Credentialing Program™.

CCEI is a proud Advocate Member of the National Afterschool Association (NAA) supporting the afterschool community

The Georgia Child Care Association (GCCA) has partnered with CCEI as their preferred provider of online professional development training to meet Georgia Bright from the Start requirements.