The College Board’s College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) has been the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program for over 40 years, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and administered in more than 1,800 test centers. This rigorous program allows students to demonstrate their mastery of college-level material in introductory subjects and earn college credit saving themselves time and money.



CLEP for Military ONLY

     Visit the CLEP for Military page for qualification information and to register. If you don't qualify, please register using the regular CLEP exam link.
 Verify your school accepts the CLEP test you plan to take. University of Louisville students visit the Office of Admissions website for this information. **Medical schools do not accept CLEP credit for their pre-requisite courses.  Students seeking admission to other professional schools or institutions should check with those institution’s admission’s requirements.* 
Prepare for the exam.  There is a 90-day waiting period and additional fees for retakes.  Visit for recommended textbooks and study materials. Check out the Modern States Education Alliance which offers FREE online classes and upon completion of their program will give you a voucher to "purchase" your CLEP test for FREE. Prepare for the exam.  There is a 90-day waiting period for retakes.  Visit for recommended textbooks and study materials. 
 Visit and purchase your $93.00 CLEP test.  You will be given a CLEP ticket number. After choosing your CLEP exam you will be given a CLEP ticket number. 

Students click to schedule exam here $35.00 Fee

High School students and 1st semester freshmen ONLY can call our office for a $10.00 discount code. Unqualified registrants will be required to pay the additional $10 before admittance. If you refuse, the $25 already paid will be forfeited.

                        Students click to schedule exam here  

Bring your government issued photo ID and CLEP ticket to your appointment. Bring your military ID and CLEP ticket to your appointment. 

ADA Accommodations:  

If you have received ADA accommodations such as extended time, reduced distraction, a reader or a scribe from U of L's  (502-852-6938), please call our office BEFORE scheduling any exam.