SOC Program & Policy Resources
SOC Principles and Criteria
SOC is founded on principles and criteria agreed upon collectively by the higher education and voluntary education community, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and the Military Services, including the Coast Guard.
SOC Standards of Good Practice
Veteran and Military Family Programs and Services
Video Series: Selecting a College That's the Right Fit for You
SOC DNS Materials
Responsibilities of the SOC DNS Student
Tips for Advising Students About the SOC Degree Network System
SOC DNS Career-Related Degree Lists
Listings by Service of SOC Degree Network System programs that are closely aligned to MOS or Rating. Servicemembers interested in exploring degree programs related to their Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) or Rating, should refer to these lists, as well as other useful provided links.
Handbook College Information Page Instructions
SOC DNS 2 Year to 4 Year Articulation Map
The articulation map identifies existing articulation agreements between SOC DNS-2 and SOC DNS-4 member schools.
SOC Degree Network System Brochure
SOC DNS Student Agreement Form
Postsecondary Education Complaint System (PECS)
ACE Toolkit for Veteran-Friendly Institutions
GI Bill Comparison Tool
Tuition Assistance (TA) DECIDE
MCMC "Valuing Military Learning - A Guide to Military Prior Learning Assessment and More"
"Valuing Military Learning-A Guide to Military Prior Learning Assessment and More" is a comprehensive guide to obtaining healthcare education, produced by The Multi-State Collaborative on Military Credit (MCMC). The guide is intended to serve as a launching pad to a successful and rewarding career in healthcare for servicemembers and veterans in the north central states.
Civilian Jobs Related to Military Occupational Codes
The Multi-State Military Collaborative on Military Credit (MCMC) utilized the services of Solutions for Information Design, LLC (SOLID) to compile data and create a resource intended for use by MCMC states in identifying the civilian jobs related to military occupations and the number of servicemembers in these occupations. The resource also provides a wealth of information to transitional servicemembers about their career options in the civilian workforce.
Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) for Army Enlistees
Executive Order 13607
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