CLEP Exams test your knowledge of introductory college-level subjects and allow you to earn college credit for what you already know. Visit the Registrar's website for a complete list of CLEP Subject Examinations for which WCU may award academic credit. Consult with the university of your choice to determine their individual CLEP policies. Prospective exminees should read the Information for Candidates for full information.
Continuing Education offers CLEP testing at least monthly on scheduled dates. To register,
click on the link below and choose the appropriate date and CLEP test. Special dates
of testing can be arranged on a limited basis. A scheduled test date administration
fee is $40 and is non-refundable. A non-scheduled test date administration fee is
$95 and is non-refundable. Individuals taking the English Composition Exam should
review the Scoring Schedule before registering. This fee is in addition to the $80 CLEP test fee (as of July
1, 2012). This fee is payable on the day of the test by credit or debit card only.
An additional fee may be required if your test has a essay component.
HOW TO REGISTER
To register for a regularly scheduled Click Here
To request a customized date and time administration Click Here
If you have received approval for a custom date & time Register for a Click Here to Register
Request special accommodations, if applicable.
If you have a learning or physical disability that would prevent you from taking a CLEP exam under standard conditions, you may request special accommodations and arrangements to take it on either a regularly scheduled test date or at a specially scheduled administration. For details, please contact the CLEP test administrator at the college where you plan to take the exam before you register. It is important that you notify your chosen Testing Center of your needs several weeks before your desired test date. For specific information on accommodations visit CLEP Exams .
CLEP candidates must provide TWO forms of identification. The primary ID must be a government-issued photo ID. The ID must include the candidate's name, signature, and a recognizable photo. Secondary ID must include a signature and/or photo.
Acceptable forms of primary identification include:
- A current driver's license.
- A current state or federal ID card.
- A current passport.
Acceptable forms of secondary identification include:
- A social security card.
- A current employee photo ID.
- A current student photo ID.
- A credit card with photograph.
- An unused ID from the primary choices above.
Visit the College Board website for more information on preparation offerings for CLEP tests (Choose "CLEP" under the "Student Products" menu at left of page).