The College is open virtually to assist you while our physical locations are closed. Remote learning will continue through all spring and summer sessions. Please visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.
Mon-Thu, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sat, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sun - Closed
Due to COVID-19 precautions all Pearson VUE, Clep, Praxis, Intercollegiate, outside agency and other tests have been canceled and suspended until further notice.
All ATI TEAS exams will be administered online through remote proctoring.
All sessions are filled for the month of May and June. Additional session may become available for early July, this information will be available through ATI.
In order to register and schedule for the ATI TEAS exam, please log onto the ATI website, www.atitesting.com.
With remote testing you will need a computer with a webcam or a laptop with a built-in camera. (To verify your system requirements for the remote online testing for TEAS, please go throught his link: ATI TEAS - System Requirements)
For all Placement Testing inquiries or to schedule a remote testing session, please contact [email protected] or call 610-325-2776.
- Please Send e-transcripts for transfer credit evaluation: Due to campus closure and working remotely, paper transcripts sent to the College are not being opened. Students who sent a paper copy will not receive transfer credit until employees return to campus.
- Unofficial Transcripts can be used for advising and registering for classes. Transfer students should have them available when speaking with an advisor, who will note this in the student's DegreeWorks record.
- Visiting students registering for summer courses are advised to send through email a permission form from their home institution granting eligibility to take the course they want at Delaware County Community College.
- CLEP and Advanced Placement Exam Scores: Due to campus closure and working remotely, CLEP and Advanced Placement scores sent through the mail cannot be opened until employees return to campus. For registration purposes, students may access score reports through the College Board website at www.collegeboard.org. Please have these score reports available when you speak with an advisor for summer and fall registration.
Assessment Services, located at the Marple Campus, Room 4260, is here to help ensure students achieve maximum potential at Delaware County Community College. Our services include Testing, Transfer of Credit into the College, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Advisement, and other services that support students' progress toward their academic goals. For information on any of our services, contact the Assessment Services Office (610-359-5322).
The Testing Center offers placement testing for new students, testing for current students, and for candidates needing to test for CLEP, ACT, Pearson-Vue and Prometric.
Visit www.dccc.edu/testing-center for more information.
The first step to putting students on the right path begins with testing to ensure a good fit between an individual's readiness and the rigor of the class. Placement test, SAT or ACT results are used for advising and course placement and do not count as part of an overall GPA.
New students may schedule their placement tests after they receive their acceptance package. Instructions for scheduling exams are detailed in the package. Students may access information and study materials at accuplacer.collegeboard.org.
For students whose English is a second language, an ESL placement test is available. More information and study materials can be found at accuplacer.collegeboard.org.
SAT or ACT scores may be used for placement in math and/or English courses. Students should have their official scores sent to the Assessment Services Office. To send official scores please use the College’s school code 2125 for the SAT and 3542 for the ACT. Scores must be current within 5 years of the student starting classes. To waive the placement test, students must receive the following minimum scores:
English/Reading = SAT verbal: 500; ACT verbal: 18
Math = SAT math: 530; ACT math: 20
If you successfully completed college-level math and English Composition at another college or university, you can waive the placement test. We recommend you transfer the credit to the College to facilitate your registration.
In addition to placement tests, the College offers specialized testing including the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), American College Testing (ACT), and English as a Second Language placement test. For all testing information, see the Testing Center page.
Transfer of Credit into Delaware County Community College
Students can transfer up to 36 credits from an accredited college towards an Associate Degree. Students working on a certificate may transfer up to half of the total credits for that certificate.
Visit www.dccc.edu/trasfer-into-college for more information.
Credit for Prior Learning
Prior learning can be evaluated for College credit through the use of standardized tests or the submission of a portfolio containing certificates, transcripts and other information that documents college-level learning earned outside a formal classroom.
Change of curriculum and advisor assignment are also handled by Assessment Services. We’re here to help!
Visit www.dccc.edu/credit-prior-learning for more information