Testing and Placement Services
Visit www.clackamas.edu/pass for more information or call for testing and placement hours.
CCC Oregon City Campus, Wacheno Welcome Center
CCC Harmony Community Campus
CCC Wilsonville Campus
Testing Centers are located at each of the CCC campuses and provide professional testing services to the school and community. Depending on the site, a Testing Center may provide the following services:
- Proctored Exams - Exams taken under staff supervision (make-up exams, extended time, and by-arrangement)
- High School Equivalency Tests (GED)
- Tests for certification and licensure (Kryterion, Workkeys, Oregon Department of Agriculture, and PearsonVue)
or call for testing and placement hours.
We are excited you are planning to take classes at Clackamas Community College. Placement Advising for Student Success (PASS) is our placement program promoting guided student placements into the highest-level math and writing course in which they are likely to succeed. Getting placed in the right class for you can save you time and money. Students will complete the online PASS Intake Survey and one of our PASS advisors will reach out to schedule a video/phone conference. Visit www.clackamas.edu/pass for more information or call for testing and placement hours.
Other Information about Placement tests
- CCC offers Accuplacer Next Generation placement tests at specific testing locations.
- Additional information about the placement tests can be reviewed at www.clackamas.edu/testing/
Information about Standardized test scores
SAT and ACT test scores may be used for math and writing placements. Writing and Math score conversion charts are located at www.clackamas.edu/testing/
Submit previous college credit to CCC
Completion of previous math and writing college credits may satisfy the placement process. Refer to Graduation Services for more complete information about the process for submitting official transcripts and exam scores to CCC for credit evaluation. (This process may take up to 12 weeks.) Any of the following credits may be considered:
- International Baccalaureate (IB)
- Advanced Placement (AP)
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Advanced College Credit (ACC)
- DSST or military credit
- Transcripts from regionally accredited U.S. institutions