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CLEP

College-Level Examination Program

The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) provides students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses.

Fees

Fees for CLEP are set by the Educational Testing Service and are subject to change. The current fee includes an $80 test fee payable directly to CLEP and an administrative fee payable to the testing site.

Score Reports

CLEP exams may be taken at several local colleges and universities. To have the test results mailed directly to Marylhurst, the code 4480 along with Marylhurst's name and address must be entered on the CLEP computer-based answer sheet.

All test scores are usually mailed to Marylhurst within four to five weeks of the test date. Credits for exams successfully completed will be recorded as transfer credit on students' Marylhurst transcripts.

Test Sites & Dates

Although Marylhurst accepts credit for CLEP exams, it does not administer them. 

Contact the Center for Experiential Learning & Assessment for test site information or go to the CLEP website.

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