College Level Examination Program – CLEP

When students take a CLEP exam, they may select the institution that should receive their scores. Select College for Creative Studies (College Code: 1035) to have your scores sent to CCS. An official score report will automatically be forwarded to the school. Students will also receive an unofficial copy of your score for your records immediately after the examination (except for College Composition).  If you do not indicate where you would like your score sent on the day of the test, you can always request a transcript at a later time for a fee.  Just submit the Transcript Request Form — it’s available on the CLEP website.

Please bring two forms of identification to the test center.  Your primary ID must include your photo and signature; e.g. a driver’s license or passport. Your secondary ID must have a signature and/or photo; e.g. a social security card or student ID card.  Note: Student/college ID cards are acceptable only as a secondary form of ID.  Cell phones, calculators, PDAs of any kind, beepers, alarm watches, books, papers, and food are not allowed in the testing room.  A calculator is provided if your exam requires you to use one. Each exam lasts approximately two hours. Please plan accordingly. Candidates with disabilities who require accommodations must make arrangements well in advance of the test date.

Wayne State University (WSU) is the nearest institution to CCS that administers the CLEP exam. CLEP results should be sent to the CCS Academic Advising and Registration Office for placement onto the student’s record.

Policy Contact

Academic Advising and Registration
School 1st Floor, A103, Yamasaki Building. Work Phone: 313.664.7672 Work Fax: 313.664.7649 Website: Academic Advising and Registration – Blackboard Website: Academic Advising and Registration – CCS Website
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