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Services We Offer

For our students:

  • Placement Process
  • Make-Up Exams
  • Challenge Exams
  • CLEP Exams
  • Paramedic Entrance and Exit Exams
  • Respiratory Program Entrance Exam

For the community:

  • Non-CHC Proctoring
  • CLEP Exams
  • National Testing Network
  • Castle Worldwide
  • Assessment Systems
  • TEAS V

Placement Process

View the Test/Placement Calendar and choose a day/time for the placement process that best suits your needs.  Then, click on the calendar day you choose for more information on the CHC Placement Process.

You must bring valid legal photo ID with you to your appointment.

AB 705

Assembly Bill 705 clarifies existing regulation on placement processes in the California Community Colleges and ensures that students are not placed into remedial courses that may delay or deter their educational progress unless evidence suggests they are highly unlikely to succeed in the college-level course.  For more information about AB705 visit the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office webpage at https://assessment.cccco.edu/ab-705-implementation 

What is Crafton Hills College doing to implement this law?

The CCCCO requires every college to “maximize the probability a student will enter and complete transfer-level coursework in English and math within a one year timeframe” using

  • High school coursework
  • High school grades
  • High school grade point average

Crafton Hills College is working to ensure that students are given all the information they need to choose the appropriate mathematics and English courses for their skill level and educational goal. In addition, all students will have access to support courses and services, as needed. 

In order to accomplish this goal we ask all students to participate in the placement process so they have all the information they need to make decisions about what mathematics and English courses to enroll in. After completing the placement process students will be directed to a counselor to discuss their placement decision and develop an individual Student Education Plan (SEP) that includes the courses that the student chooses.

The placement process will take 45 minutes or less, but will not stop a student from being eligible to enroll in a transfer-level course.

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