About the Office of Testing
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce Southeastern's Office of Testing and invite you to tour our facilities.
The Office of Testing is the assessment center for all student testing needs. This office serves as the clearinghouse for all miscellaneous credit (e.g. CLEP, DANTES/DSST, and Departmental Credit) and provides special testing accommodations for all Southeastern students who have registered with Student Accessibility Services. The Office of Testing is also responsible for administering many National exams (e.g. ACT, PRAXIS, LSAT,and many more).
Students interested in saving money, as well as shortening the path to their college degree, should contact the Office of Testing for further information. We look forward to meeting you in the future and helping you achieve your academic goals.
Appointments available Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Saturday testing for national tests only.
We are located on North Campus in the Main Building, room 172 (The same building as the Admission's Office). For specific directions please access our campus map.
The Office of Testing processes all miscellaneous credits for the University. Please note, miscellaneous credits may not be used to reduce the University's residence requirements. Miscellaneous credits are not used toward the required hours to be completed at the end of an academic year to maintain TOPS requirements. Also, students may not receive miscellaneous credit in courses for which the student has earned a final grade at an accredited college or university. Audited courses and courses taken at non-accredited institutions may be completed through miscellaneous credit. A grade of "P" will be recorded on the student's transcript for all successfully completed miscellaneous credit exams; an unsuccessful attempt will not be recorded against the student.
Southeastern will accept a maximum of 30 semester credit hours through CLEP and a maximum of 60 semester credit hours through all types of non-traditional education experiences (i.e. Advance Placement Credit, Departmental Credits, DANTES/DSST credits, and Correspondence Courses).