- Earn credit at Saint Paul College for what you already know
- Fulfill a graduation requirement
- Advance to higher-level classes
- Reduce tuition costs
What is CLEP?
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a series of examinations in 33 introductory college subjects. These exams allow individuals to earn college credit for what they already know, regardless of how that knowledge was acquired through advanced course work, independent study, work experience, professional development or extracurricular activities. Saint Paul College awards credit for successful scores on CLEP exams.
CLEP exams are approximately 90 minutes long and are administered on a computer. Students receive instant score reports following completion of the exam, with the exception of College Composition. CLEP testing is not currently offered at Saint Paul College, for testing locations and tips on preparing to take an exam, visit:
How to register for a CLEP exam
Students must create a College Board account and purchase exam vouchers online prior to test date at
http://clep.collegeboard.org/started. Please visit
Exam Day Information before taking your exam.
Below is a listing of the exams for which Saint Paul College currently awards credit. For a comprehensive list (including prior exam dates and exams no longer offered), please consult
Transferology or schedule a meeting with a