Placement & Proctoring Center
San Jacinto Campus
Menifee Valley Campus
Placement & Proctoring Center Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Please note, on Tuesday, November 19:
The Proctoring Center on the Menifee Valley Campus will be closed from 11 AM to 12 PM.
The Proctoring Center on the San Jacinto Campus will be closed from 1 PM to 2 PM.
The Proctoring Center will be closed Thursday and Friday November 28 and 29, for Thanksgiving.
Placement and Proctoring Services:
Course Placement under AB705 –Guided Placement Tool
Combined English Language Skills Assessment (CELSA)
CELSA is used for appropriate placement into English as a Second Language courses for both credit English and Reading courses or the Non-credit Program. The test takes 45 minutes to complete and consists of 75 multiple choice questions. Scores, course placement and recommendations are given to the students upon test completion. The CELSA is offered on a walk-in basis during regular Placement & Proctoring hours.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Proctoring:
CLEP allows both traditional and non-traditional students to earn college credit by examination. To receive credit, students must achieve the minimum scaled score recommended. Note: Students transferring to other Colleges and Universities should check with the transfer institution regarding the use of the CLEP for college or subject credit.
Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) provides CLEP testing by appointment only for students enrolled at MSJC. To schedule a CLEP exam, contact the Placement & Proctoring Center nearest you.
Make-Up Test Proctoring:
Make-Up Test Proctoring services are available for students who are not able to take their exams in class as originally scheduled and are given permission by their instructor to make up their exam with Testing Services. Test Protocol Form for Placement Proctoring Center.pdf A minimum of 48 hours advanced notice is required from your instructor for a Make-Up Test.
DSP&S Test Proctoring services are available for students who have an active Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) file and have been approved (as noted on his/her accommodations form) to receive accommodations when taking class exams.
Students must bring: A valid picture ID (no picture ID, no test, no exceptions)