George Fox University awards college-level credit for successful completion of College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests. Testing through the CLEP General Examinations is designed to verify competency in general education. These examinations must be taken prior to the completion of the first semester of enrollment as a freshman at George Fox University.
Testing through the CLEP Subject Examinations provides verification of competency in selected academic fields. These may be taken at any time (unless concurrently enrolled in an equivalent course) and assume competency has been gained in non-classroom settings.
Students must take CLEP exams by the end of the first week of any given semester in which they may be registered for an equivalent class. Credit earned for exams taken following the first week of such classes will not be considered.
Students can contact the registrar’s office for information regarding the equivalent course awards for sufficient scores on exams. For local testing sites, please refer to the CLEP Test Center Search webpage.