all testing is suspended until further notice
CLEP® exam registration and payments must be made by test-takers online at https://clep.collegeboard.org. Cost per exam is $89.
Please designate Clarion University — Venango as your score recipient if you would like scores sent to Clarion University, Clarion University — Venango, or Clarion University — Somerset. Clarion University — Venango is the location of the testing center and must be selected as the recipient site. All credits earned will appear on your Clarion University transcript regardless of your campus location.
CLEP is a way for you to receive college credit for what you already know. By earning qualifying scores on any one or more of the 36 CLEP exams, you can receive credit for the non-major classes. While you obtain credit rather than a letter grade, the cost is just a fraction of a traditional college course. Save yourself time and money by testing out of the non-major subjects that you already know.
Administration fee $20 made payable to Clarion University
CLEP test are administered on select Fridays, at 9 a.m. in 311 Montgomery Hall
Clarion University, Venango
1801 West First Street
Oil City, Pa. 16301
Scheduled test dates: Check back for fall testing dates
*Students should discuss their intention to take a CLEP examination with their academic advisor in advance. A maximum of 60 credits may be earned through CLEP.
To schedule a CLEP exam, contact:
+1 814-676-6591, ext. 1344.
- August 21, 2020
Tests administered at 9 a.m.
311 Montgomery Hall
Clarion University, Venango
Oil City, Pa
You can view available tests and register at: www.ets.org/praxis.
A list of tests, duration of exams, and cost are listed at: https://www.ets.org/praxis/about/fees.
Clarion University’s Department of Special Education and Disability Policy Studies
is offering the following courses to prepare for the Certified Employment Support
Professional exam. The cost of each class is $50 per student (3 x $50 = $150 for all
three classes). A minimum of 15 students will be required for each section to run.
Each course will last approximately seven weeks.
For enrollment information, email Dr. Tammy Dulaney or call at 1 814 393 1273. The expected start date for the first cohort is Oct. 22.
CLASS 1 – HISTORY / PHILOSOPHY AND LEGAL BASE FOR SERVICE DELIVERY
This class includes a review of the laws pertaining to supported employment as well as the settings in which it can be delivered; including transition from school to adult life programs as well as adult service settings.
CLASS 2 – MODELS OF SERVICE DELIVERY
This class introduces students to the intricacies of community-based programs including the movement from high school to a work first situation. Students will identify the quality indicators of community-based programs and the requirements for quality employment training and job placement programs including assessment, job match, job sampling, and the legal issues of compliance in a work setting.
CLASS 3 – INTEGRATED COMMUNITIES
Students will focus on collaboration and how important it is with not only the consumer of the services provided but also with parents and other professionals, in planning for transition to post-school settings or community-based settings with maximum opportunities for decision making and full participation in the community.
- SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT HANDBOOK: A CUSTOMER-DRIVEN APPROACH FOR PERSONS WITH SIGNIFICANT DISABILITIES MANUAL - By Valerie Brooke, Katherine J. Inge, Amy J. Armstrong, Paul Wehman
- TRANSITION PLANNING FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, Fourth Edition - By Robert W. Flexer, Kent State University, Robert M. Baer, Kent State University, Pamela Luft, Kent State University, Thomas J. Simmons, Kent State University