College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

 The CLEP is a credit by examination test that measures mastery of college level material. Courses for which CLEP credit may be awarded, along with the qualifying scores, may be viewed at https://www.atu.edu/catalog/undergraduate/graduation-requirements.php#CreditExamination. No more than a total of 30 semester hours of correspondence, extension, military service, or credit by examination work may be applied as credit towards a degree.

The cost of the CLEP exam is $89, paid via an online account portal at https://clep.collegeboard.org/register/.

*NOTE: The CLEP exam fee increased to $89 beginning July 1, 2019.

An additional $25 fee is paid directly to ATU. The exam fee paid with debit/credit cards are paid directly through University Testing in Doc Bryan, Suite 141. Cash payments will be accepted through the Office of Student Accounts in Brown Hall, Suite 241. Personal checks are not accepted.

The CLEP exam is administered in Ross Pendergraft Library & Technology Center, Room 334.

The cost of the CLEP exam is $89, paid via an online account portal at https://clep.collegeboard.org/register/.

*NOTE: The CLEP exam fee increased to $89 beginning July 1, 2019.

An additional $25 fee is paid directly to ATU. The exam fee paid with debit/credit cards are paid directly through University Testing in Doc Bryan, Suite 141. Cash payments will be accepted through the Office of Student Accounts in Brown Hall, Suite 241. Personal checks are not accepted.

The CLEP exam is administered in Ross Pendergraft Library & Technology Center, Room 334.

The cost of the CLEP exam is $89, paid via an online account portal.


An additional $30 fee is paid directly to ATU. The exam fee paid with debit/credit cards are paid directly through University Testing in Doc Bryan, Suite 141. Cash payments will be accepted through the Office of Student Accounts in Brown Hall, Suite 241. Personal checks are not accepted.

The CLEP exam is administered in Doc Bryan, Suite 141.


The cost of the CLEP exam is $89, paid via an online account portal at https://clep.collegeboard.org/register/.

*NOTE: The CLEP exam fee increased to $89 beginning July 1, 2019.

An additional $25 fee is paid directly to ATU. The exam fee paid with debit/credit cards are paid directly through University Testing in Doc Bryan, Suite 141. Cash payments will be accepted through the Office of Student Accounts in Brown Hall, Suite 241. Personal checks are not accepted.

The CLEP exam is administered in Ross Pendergraft Library & Technology Center, Room 334.

The cost of the CLEP exam is $89, paid via an online account portal at https://clep.collegeboard.org/register/.

*NOTE: The CLEP exam fee increased to $89 beginning July 1, 2019.

An additional $25 fee is paid directly to ATU. The exam fee paid with debit/credit cards are paid directly through University Testing in Doc Bryan, Suite 141. Cash payments will be accepted through the Office of Student Accounts in Brown Hall, Suite 241. Personal checks are not accepted.

The CLEP exam is administered in Ross Pendergraft Library & Technology Center, Room 334.

Study guides and a sample practice test are available at https://clep.collegeboard.org/test-preparation.  
Test Date Start Time Location
09/03/2021 2:30 P.M. DB 170
10/08/2021 2:30 P.M. DB 170
12/08/2021 2:30 P.M. DB 170

 

Courses for which CLEP credit may be awarded, along with the qualifying scores, may be viewed at https://www.atu.edu/catalog/undergraduate/graduation-requirements.php#CreditExamination.

CLEP Examination

Qualifying Score

Credit Awarded

American Government

50

POLS 2003

American Literature

50

ENGL 2013

Biology

50

BIOL 1014 or BIOL 1114

Calculus

50

MATH 2914

Chemistry

50

CHEM 2124

Chemistry

55

CHEM 2124 & CHEM 2134

College Algebra

50

MATH 1113

College Mathematics

50

MATH 1003

College Composition

50

ENGL 1013

College Composition

59

ENGL 1013 & ENGL 1023

College Composition Modular

50

ENGL 1013

College Composition Modular

59

ENGL 1013 & ENGL 1023

English Literature

50

ENGL 3413

English Literature

55

ENGL 3413 & ENGL 3423

French Language

42

FR 1014

French Language

50

FR 1014 & FR 1024

German Language

43

GER 1014

German Language

55

GER 1014 & GER 1024

History of the US I

50

HIST 2003

History of the US II

50

HIST 2013

Humanities

50

(2) HUM 2003

Info Systems & Computer App

52

COMS 1003

Natural Sciences

56

BIOL 1014, PHSC 1013 & PHSC 1021

Precalculus

50

MATH 1914

Principles of Macroeconomics

50

ECON 2003

Psychology Intro

50

PSY 2003

Social Sciences & History

50

HIST 1503

Social Sciences & History

56

HIST 1503 & HIST 1513

Sociology Intro

50

SOC 1003

Spanish Language

45

SPAN 1014

Spanish Language

55

SPAN 1014 & 1024


*College Composition has an essay portion. College Compositon Modular does not have an essay portion.



Institutional Credit


Computer Science
Students with previous computer experience may petition the Department of computer and Information Science for credit for COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based Systems.  Petitioners will be given written and/oral examinations by a computer science faculty member.  http://cs.atu.edu/coms1003/index.html

Engineering
Students who complete the appropriate Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course(s) with an average of "B" or better and score 70% or higher score on the corresponding PLTW college credit exam(s) may receive institutional credit for MCEG 1002, Engineering Graphics, and/or MCEG/ELEG 1012, Introduction to Engineering.