Placement Testing

Important Deadlines

  • Spring 2024 Term 1 & 2 classes begin – January 8th, 2024
  • 1st Fee Payment Deadline – November 10th, 2024
  • Drop/Add – January 8th-10th, 2024
  • Last Day to Drop and Receive a Refund – January 10th, 2024
  • Fall 2022 Term 3 classes begin – March 6th, 2024
  • 1st Fee Payment Deadline – N/A
  • Drop/Add – March 6th-8th, 2024
  • Last Day to Drop and Receive a Refund – March 8th, 2024
    • Registration Event/Open House – September 5th-9th
    • Registration Event – November 6th-11th
    • Term 3 Registration Event – February 5th-10th
    • Spring/Summer Semester Graduation Application Due – February 23rd
    • Commencement 2024 TBA

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Admissions Testing

The placement test is administered by the Professional Assessment Center (PAC).  The PAC Center is located in Building G on campus.

Admissions update: Accuplacer testing requirements are currently being waived for all applicants. Applicants who earned a 2.6 cumulative high school GPA will be eligible to enter associate degree programs. Applicants who earned a 2.0 cumulative high school GPA will be eligible to enter all certificate and diploma programs. Additional requirements will need to be met to be accepted into competitive health programs.

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Satisfactory scores on the SAT I, ACT, ASSET, or ACCUPLACER placement test or a grade of C or better from an accredited post-secondary institution in English and math level 100 or higher. Algebra placement test scores are required for certain diploma programs and all degree programs. Test scores are considered valid for placement for a period of 5 years.

Interested in Testing to Obtain College Credit?

The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) covers intro-level college course material in 33 subjects.  A passing score on just one CLEP exam can save you 100+ hours of class time, coursework and money toward tuition.

To register for the CLEP exam, you must first purchase a CLEP voucher ($87).  After you have obtained your CLEP ticket number, you may schedule and pay your $25 proctoring fee on our website by clicking here.

How Do I Obtain an Official Copy of My Test Scores?

There are two ways to request an official copy of your test scores:

In-person:  Please visit the Testing Center with your government-issued ID and complete the Official Score Request Form.  There is a $5.00 fee (payable at the Cashier’s window- Bldg B).

Go to and select “Official Score Request” in Step 1. Follow the remaining prompts by entering all requested information.  You will be prompted to pay $6.50 ($1.50 processing fee added to online payments).