LCU offers students several testing opportunities through the Center for Student Success. The testing center administers several types of exams and services. Services offered include:
Credit by Examination Policy
Lubbock Christian University operates an open test center. It is open to all individuals.
The Lubbock Christian University credit-by-examination (CBE) program offers students the opportunity to earn course credit by achieving sufficient scores on various subject examinations. Thus, students who have acquired a sufficient amount of knowledge through independent study, reading, and experience may accelerate the degree completion process by earning credit(s) by examination.
Information on Credit by Exam and other opportunities for Advanced Credit can be found in the University Catalog.
All students who wish to take a CLEP exam must register online through the CLEP website at www.clep.collegeboard.org. You must select the test you wish to take and pay your CLEP fee prior to your arrival in the Testing Center. It is your responsibility to register for the correct test. Study materials, frequently asked questions and other CLEP resources are located on the CLEP webpage.
LCU students should review the Credit by Exam Policy and seek guidance from their academic advisor to make sure the exam fits within their degree plan prior to purchasing the test.
Scheduling and Fees
Schedule an appointment to take your exam by contacting the Testing Office at Testing@LCU.edu, if you choose to test on the LCU campus. In addition to the cost of the CLEP exam, a $40 administration fee will be charged by LCU for this exam. This cannot be charged to an LCU student account.
You may schedule an appointment to take a DSST exam during regular office hours. You are allowed up to two hours to take DSST exams.
Fees & Requirements
The cost of the exam is $100, and the university charges an administrative fee in addition to the cost of the DSST exam. Two forms of photo ID are required to take the DSST exams. Before coming to take the exam, students wanting scores sent to other universities should know the school code of their university. Visit www.getcollegecredit.com/search to locate an institution.
ACT is administered at LCU on most national test dates. Students may check the ACT website for test dates and other information related to practice exams, cost, registration, allowed calculators, etc. http://www.actstudent.org/
Texas Higher Education Assessment Internet-Based Test is offered multiple times throughout the academic year. The test consists of three sections: Reading, Mathematics and Writing. Visit http://www.thea.nesinc.com/index.asp to find out more information.
Contact the Testing Office to attend one of the sessions. Seating is limited.