The College Board’s College-Level Examination Program, also known as CLEP, is a set of exams that allow students who are pursuing a degree in higher education to demonstrate mastery of introductory college-level material and to earn college credit.
- $89 for an exam voucher. Visit the CLEP website first to register for an exam and create your account with the College Board.
- $35 for a testing appointment you can create using Registerblast.
You can only take the same CLEP exam once every three months.
The name on your CLEP Ticket must match exactly the name on your government issued ID. You may not be allowed to test if your names do not match.
You need to bring a copy of your CLEP registration ticket.
Students must provide an acceptable and not-expired form of government-issued photo identification with signature, webcam photo, and e-signature verification before beginning an assessment. Read our Rules and Procedures.
If you are an FGCU student you must register with the Office of Adaptive Services to request disability-related accommodations.
Testing accommodations that may be approved include the use of ZoomText (screen magnification); modifiable screen colors; extended time; the use of a human reader, a scribe/writer, or sign language interpreter. If other accommodations are required, candidates should submit their requests in writing along with the proper documentation for evaluation to CLEP.
Consider taking a CLEP exam
Students can earn credit for what they already know by getting qualifying scores on any of the 33 examinations the CLEP program offers.
However, colleges choose whether to grant credit toward a degree; not all institutions have the same CLEP policy. Please consult with your institution's academic advising to find out their guidelines.
Benefits of taking a CLEP exam if you are Florida Gulf Coast University student
If you are interested in finding out passing scores, maximum credit awarded, and subject examinations FGCU may grant credit for, please consult your academic advisor for the most up-to-date information.
FGCU will award university credit in accordance with state guidelines and exam scores may also earn credit for specific FGCU courses. These will be evaluated on a case by case basis. AP, IB, and CLEP information regarding courses/areas for which FGCU credit may be assigned is subject to change.
Please review the CLEP Examination Table for 2020-2021 catalog for information on credit-earning CLEP examinations.