The Course Catalog is provided for your convenience as a separate file so you can print it out easily. It does not contain every course available by all testing agencies but includes those that can lead to a bachelor's degree in liberal arts or an associate of arts degree in business.
Financial Aid leads to a several links that can help you determine sources of financial aid.
The Guidance Office provides several alternate strategies for: high school students, college students, those with some college who wish to complete a degree and adult learners who want to start building college credits. It will also contain a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and you are encouraged to send in your questions.
For a Step-by-Step Guide to help you learn any subject, using the Internet combined with textbooks and other resources, click here.
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College Board a very extensive site - but scarce information on the CLEP tests themselves - they probably want you to buy "The Official Handbook for the CLEP Examinations" (~$22) - which you probably need anyway. (Many libraries carry this book.) Has good links to financial aid. (212) 713-8000.
Education Testing Service a very extensive site, including the GRE exams and other useful information for test takers. Also has links to financial aid. Web site uses frames. (609) 771-7670.
Thomas Edison State College (NJ). This is a site for the college, which is one of several which also awards a low cost External Degree. They also administer the TECEP and DANTES tests. (609) 633-2844.
Excelsior College formerly Regents College of the State of New York, provides a combination of ways you can obtain credit in major areas, such as Liberal Arts, Business, Technology and Nursing. It also now offers degrees at the associate, baccalaureate and master's level. You can reach the College toll-free 888-647-2388.
Charter Oak State College. This college also allows a number of ways to gain credit. The site is well developed and worth exploring.
A substantial number of institutions offer courses and degrees that you can take without physically attending class. Generally speaking they don't fall into the Free University Project model, which emphasizes very low cost and great flexibility. Also, they are most often given on a fixed schedule, coinciding with traditional semesters or quarters.
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