Schools that Accept CLEP Transfer Credit

If you've been taking Study.com's courses to prepare for CLEP exams, then soon you'll be ready to transfer those hard earned credits to a university and complete your degree. To simplify your school search, we've compiled a list of online and traditional universities that willingly accept CLEP credit.

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What Is CLEP?

CLEP exams are offered by the College Board (the same organization that offers AP and SAT exams) and cost just $80 to take. They allow you to demonstrate mastery of a subject and cut up to two years off the length of your degree program. A passing score on a CLEP exam yields 3 or more credits that can be transferred to 2,900 colleges and universities.

Learn more about CLEP and other reputable credit-by-exam providers here, and see prep courses for CLEP exams here.

Notable Online Schools that Accept CLEP

We've personally verified that these online schools accept CLEP credit and make the credit transfer process simple and seamless. Click on the school links below to learn more about their degree programs and connect with an enrollment advisor to confirm your credit transfer eligibility.

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  • Banking Related Services
  • Credit Management
  • Financial Mgmt Services
  • Financial Planning Services
  • International Finance
  • Investments and Securities
  • Public Finance Mgmt

How to Prepare

Study.com offers self-paced online courses paired with nearly all of the 33 subject specific CLEP exams that help you learn everything you need to know for your exam. Each course is broken up into chapter topics that contain a series of short video lessons, quizzes, and a chapter exam to gauge your understanding of the material. Click here to begin a free trial and start preparing for your CLEP exam.

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Notable Traditional Universities that Accept CLEP

Thousands of traditional campus-based colleges and universities accept CLEP transfer credits. Below is a list of the most prestigious ones.

  • University of Florida
  • Texas A&M University
  • University of Arizona
  • Michigan State University
  • DePaul University
  • Florida State University
  • Arizona State University
  • Drexel University
  • University of Kentucky
  • Temple University George Mason University
  • University of Louisville
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Colorado State University
  • Emerson College

If you have another school in mind, you can use the CLEP website to see if it accepts CLEP credit. (Note: We've found the CLEP website to be generally accurate, but it is not kept up to date and is missing several schools. We recommend confirming with a school's admissions staff before enrolling.) Click here to start prepping for a CLEP exam today.

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