College-Level Examination Program
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit by earning qualifying scores on any of the 34 CLEP examinations. A total of 2,900 colleges and universities in the United States will recognize your comprehensive subject knowledge acquired through independent or prior study, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships.
*Please note: Please check with Student Accounts to verify that your account is clear of holds before registering for any CLEP test.¬† Student Accounts cannot accept payment for, or provide service to, any student who owes a balance to the University. Any monies received from students with outstanding balances will be applied toward the outstanding balances.
CLEP Exams are administered:
Tuesday through Thursday, 12-2pm
3 Falls Center, Suite 1
3300 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19129
To schedule an exam, contact Brian Turner at¬†email@example.com or 215-769-
Directions to Falls Center Campus
Mon-Thurs 10:30am or 2pm and Friday 9:30am or 1pm
Eastern University, Central Pennsylvania
750 East Park Drive
Harrisburg, PA¬† 171111
To schedule an exam, contact Rebekah Ostby at 717-565-1950 x10 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to Central Pennsylvania Campus
EU Students: $15
Non-EU Students: $20
Eastern University accepts Visa or Mastercard, check or money order for payment. Please make the registration fee payable to Eastern University.
CLEP Exam Testing Fee
CLEP Exam Testing Fee:¬† $80
You must register and pay for your exam through the College Board website prior to the day of the scheduled exam. ¬†Please print your voucher at the end of the registration and bring with you on the day of your exam.
What to Bring
On the day of your exam, you must bring your registration voucher (see above) and two forms of ID. ¬†The primary ID must be a government-issued photo ID with your name, signature and photo. ¬†This could be a current passport, valid driver's licesne, state ID, military ID, national ID, tribal ID, naturalization card or certificate of citizenship. ¬†The secondary ID must contain either a photo OR a signature. ¬†This could be a current student ID, a military ID, or one of the unused primary choices.¬†
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
Most exams take 1 1/2 hours. Please plan to schedule a 2-hour time slot to account for signing in and printing score results.
If you would like to take two exams on the same day, please let us know when scheduling the appointment. There is a separate exam fee for each test.
Parking is free.