|What classes do I place into?|
|What if my advisor recommends a placement test?|
Sending & Receiving Scores
|GED Testing & Pearson|
|Nursing Entrance Exam|
What Classes do I Place into?
Due to impacts of COVID-19, Coconino Community College has suspended placement testing requirements for Summer 2021 and Fall 2021. Placement test requirements have been waived for most classes, even if you haven't taken the ACT, SAT, or ACCUPLACER. Students will be able to register for classes through self-placement, without the need for a placement exam or other exam score. For more information about all our placement options, please visit the Course Placement page.
But you don't have to do this alone: Let CCC advisors help you make informed and wise self-placement decisions. We strongly encourage students to meet with an academic advisor to discuss course options and determine proper placement into classes. For more information visit our Academic Advising page .
In addition to advising, you may also use the Multiple Measures Placement Grid . It explains how to use other placement measures (previous test scores, prior credit, etc.) to determine placement.
If none of these placement measures work for you, we are offering limited Accuplacer placement testing at our Lone Tree Testing Center.
What if my advisor recommends a placement test?
If you've already spoken with an advisor and determined that an Accuplacer placement test is right for you, we are offering Wednesday in-person testing sessions throughout Summer 2021.
Students should speak with an academic advisor before registering for classes or placement testing.
Sign up for an in-person placement test.
Use these free study guides to prepare to take your placement exams.
Testing Fee Information:
Sending and Receiving Scores
ACT/SAT/CLEP/AP scores can also be used for placement. Please request an official copy through the appropriate College Board website, or see an academic advisor. CCC’s College Board code is: 1712
GED Testing & Pearson
CCC no longer offers the GED test or other Pearson exams.
NAU's Testing Center now offers GED testing as well as a variety of other tests. Also, remote online GED testing is now available through GED.com.
Nursing Entrance Exam
CCC’s nursing program requires that applicants take the ATI TEAS exam at CCC before applying to the nursing program. We no longer administer the HESI nursing entrance exam, as of May 2017.
The test is typically offered several weeks before the Nursing Program’s application deadline, and students are offered the chance to retest before the application deadline. ATI TEAS scores from other institutions are also accepted with the nursing program application.
Testing Fees: The test fee for ATI TEAS for the 2020 - 2021 school year will be $65 for students applying to CCC’s nursing program and $85 for students applying to a different program (but testing at CCC). The same fee scale applies to the retake exams in February.
Testing manual: The official ATI-TEAS Study Manual (6th Edition) is available online.
Practice Tests: Practice tests are available on the ATI website .
To Register: Students must pay the testing fee at the Student Cashier desk at Lone Tree, or the Registration desk at Fourth Street, or by calling the Cashier's office at 928-226-4237.
Students are allowed to take the exam twice. You can register to take it once during January testing, and are allowed one retake in February. The same fee scale applies to retake exams. Students will be required to wait until February to retake the test, no exceptions. Students must re-take the entire exam; retesting for individual sections is not available. Students who missed January testing may take the exam in February, but will only be able to take the test once.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, ATI TEAS testing will be proctored online this year.
Visit our Nursing Information page for information on the Nursing Program requirements and pre-requisites, the
application process and the application deadline.
Testing Services does not currently offer a test for language placement. Students with prior experience in a foreign language should contact the instructor of the course they wish to place out of (go to Courses Offered , pick a semester and subject, and click the envelope icon next to the instructor's name in the search results.)