Counseling Services offers a variety of testing and assessment services including academic achievement, learning disability, and career choice. Assessment services are restricted to currently enrolled N.C. A&T students.

Institutional Testing Programs

College Level Examination Program

Credit-by-Examination: CLEP General & Subject Tests (NCAT course equivalencies)

The College Board, which develops the CLEP tests, describes the program as follows on their web site:

The College Level Examination Program® (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of its 33 examinations. Earn credit for knowledge you've acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits or internships.

Select CLEP tests may be applied towards studies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Please visit the CLEP homepage for a list of exams accepted at North Carolina A&T State University. You may also visit the Undergraduate Bulletin for details of which tests meet N.C. A&T course requirements.


$85 test fee [per test; due prior to examination date]
Credit card only, through the College Board's registration portal http://clep.collegeboard.org/register/exam

$20 Counseling Services Examination Fee [per test, due at registration (payable to N.C. A&T State University)]
Print the cashier's form for the University Cashier's Office. Payable at the University Treasurer's Office - 112 Dowdy

Registration & Scheduling

Registration for a CLEP testing session at North Carolina A&T may be initiated by completing the registration process on the CLEP web site. Time to take the exam can be scheduled by submitting the scheduling form and a receipt for the Counseling Services Examination Fee to Counseling Services. Instructions are provided in the downloadable form. Please note that under certain circumstances, potential examinees may reschedule testing sessions, but, cancellations WILL NOT be honored. Additional information is available in the Scheduling Form.

Learning Disability Assessment and ADHD

  • The test selection is based on the student's needs.

Contact Information

Counseling Services
Murphy Hall, Suite 109
(T) 336-334-7727
(F) 336-334-7284

Monday - Friday; 8 AM - 5 PM

After-Hours Emergency Support

If this is an after-hours emergency, contact University Police (UPD) at (336) 334-7675 (on campus) or 911 (off campus). Additionally, you can text Hi Steve to 741-741 for help, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for assistance at 1.800.273.TALK.