Chances are good that you've learned a lot along the way. If what you've learned matches what is taught in a college course you may be able to get credit for it. It doesn't necessarily matter where, when or how you've learned something - if it matches what is taught in a college course we can probably help you prove that and get credit for it.
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is the way we do that. You can take a test, apply for credit for training you've been through or a credential you hold, and/or prepare a portfolio to show what you know. PLA lets you demonstrate what you've learned and how it matches college course content to prove that you've learned the same material as someone who passed the course(s).
This tool will help you to think about what you've learned, how it matches college course content, and how to apply for credit for those courses. Take your time going through the material; you can save your work and come back later. Ultimately, you will receive a report that you can discuss with your college advisor to create a PLA plan with methods to pursue credit.