Fall Classes: The majority of fall 2020 classes will be offered online/remote. Learn more about the fall 2020 semester.
Step 1. Determine whether you may be exempt from the placement test by filling out the Pre-Assessment Questionnaire. Questions about placement requirements can be directed to your Pathway Advisor. Visit CCA Navigate to view contact information for your Pathway Advisor.
Step 3. Find a certified Accuplacer testing site. This will be either a community college or university testing center. You can review a list of colleges who offer exam proctoring for other schools. Please note that the location must be a current and active Accuplacer test site.
Step 4. Once we receive the remote testing request and process it (usually within 2 business days), you will need to schedule with the remote location to take the test. Most students need both math and English testing to enroll in our college. Please note that the cost of the test is determined by the testing location, and that we do not control or reimburse you for this cost.
Step 5. When you are finished with your placement tests, you will get a copy of your test scores. We will also enter them into our system here. After testing is complete, you can speak with your Pathway Advisor about registering for classes. Visit CCA Navigate for information about your Pathway Advisor.
Accommodations: Community College of Aurora will provide reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. To request accommodations, complete the Needs Assessment form. You will need to provide documentation of your disability to the Assessment Services Office. Students may make an appointment to request assistance with completing the forms by calling 303-340-7548, 303-361-7395 V/TDD/VP or emailing to: ODE@CCAURORA.EDU.