Testing Services


  • At A Glance - Testing Services by Location

    Availability by Location Main Campus City Center Campus Romeoville Campus
    ​Automotive Service Excellence Exam ​Appointment
    Accuplacer Exam (Placement Testing) Drop-in Drop-in Drop-in
    ALEKS Exam (Placement Testing) Drop-in Drop-in Drop-in
    Certiport Exam Appointment
    CLEP Exam Appointment
    CNA (Illinois Nurse Aide) Exam Appointment
    Constitution Exam (High School Equivalency Testing) Drop-in Drop-in Drop-in
    GED Testing (High School Equivalency Testing) Appointment Appointment Appointment
    HiSET Testing (High School Equivalency Testing) Appointment Appointment Appointment
    ​Illinois State Police Merit Board Exam ​Appointment
    ​Innovative Exams ​Appointment ​Appointment
    JJC iCampus Testing Drop-in Drop-in Drop-in
    JJC Make-Up Testing Drop-in Drop-in Drop-in
    Pearson VUE Testing Appointment Appointment Appointment
    ​PN Comprehensive Predictor ​Appointment ​Appointment
    Proctoring Services Appointment   Appointment
    ​TEAS Exam ​Appointment ​Appointment ​Appointment
    ​WorkKeys Exam ​Appointment ​Appointment

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  • Automotive Service Excellence Exam

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC) serves as an official Prometric Testing Site for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Exams.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Exams are timed, computer-based exams.  These exams vary in length from 30 minutes to two hours 15 minutes. 

    ASE Exams include but are not limited to the following testing categories: Automobile/ Light Truck, Collision and Refinishing, Service Consultant, Truck Equipment, Alternate Fuels, Maintenance and Light Repair, Transit Bus, Advanced Level, Parts Specialist, School Bus, Medium/ Heavy Truck, and Specialty.  

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for an ASE Exam and complete this exam at a Joliet Junior College location.

    1. Speak with the Prometric if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule your ASE Exam through Prometric; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Call the Main Campus Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    ASE examinees must bring one form of non-expired, government-issued, photo- and signature-bearing ID in order to test.  Acceptable forms of ID include a state driver's license with photo, military ID card with photo, state ID card with photo, or passport with photo. 

    Fees

    Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Exam fees are subject to change.

    ASE Exams may include registration fees, certification fees, and recertification fees.  View the most current breakdown of ASE Exam fees.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus by appointment only

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Scores

    Prometric, producer of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Exams, provides tester with scores.

    Upon completing your exam(s), the Academic Skills Center will provide the tester with a score report. 

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Exam.

    Accommodations are requested, approved, and provided by Prometric. Learn about available testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.

    Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • Accuplacer Exam (Placement Testing)

    The Academic Skills Center provides English and math placement testing.  Placement scores are a mandatory prerequisite for math and English courses, as well as other programs and classes.  Placement tests measure your math, reading, and writing abilities.  Review the information below to learn more about these tests, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, preparation, scores, and accommodations.

    Accuplacer Exam

    Accuplacer Exam, produced by College Board, is a computer-based, untimed test for reading, writing, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), and geometry testing.  Accuplacer math testing may be used for some math placement testing accommodations.

    Test Description

    Accuplacer scores are valid for 48 months.  Joliet Junior College will accept Accuplacer scores from other institutions; official score reports should be submitted to the Academic Skills Center Main Campus location.  Success Navigator assessments may be administered to determine if student can move up an English course level.  Examinees may borrow a basic, four-function calculator during the geometry exam.

    Accuplacer Exam Preparation Options.

    Registration Process

    Students wishing to attend and test at Joliet Junior College

    1. Apply for admission to Joliet Junior College. 
    2. Speak with Joliet Junior College Disability Services if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Arrive at your preferred Academic Skills Center location to complete your testing; no appointment is necessary.

    Students wishing to attend Joliet Junior College, but test at another institution

    1. Apply for admission to Joliet Junior College
    2. Speak with Joliet Junior College Disability Services if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Call Academic Skills Center secretary to learn alternate site testing options.
    4. Receive email confirmation with selected alternate site contact information, testing fees, and next steps.

    Students wishing to attend another institution, but test at Joliet Junior College

    1. Contact the institution for which you need to complete placement testing.
    2. Speak with your institution's Disability Services office if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Call your preferred Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled locations 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification and $25 for the Academic Skills Center Remote Testing administrative fee

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.  Accuplacer Examinees must provide photo identification including a name and picture.  Photocopies or reproductions are not acceptable.  Preferred photo identification options include, but are not limited to:

    • U.S. State Picture Driver's License
    • U.S. State Picture Issued ID Card
    • U.S. Passport
    • U.S. Military Picture ID
    • Federal Picture ID
    • Alien Registration Card
    • Any other current, government-issued picture ID (This form of identification may be issued by any government.)
    • Company Identification
    • Police Identification
    • Other Institutional Identification with name and picture
    • JJC School ID
    • Other School ID with name and picture

    Fees

    • JJC Accuplacer examinees will not be charged for placement testing or re-testing.
    • Accuplacer examinees completing their placement testing at Joliet Junior College for another institution will pay a $25 Academic Skills Center Remote Testing administrative fee.
    • Accuplacer examinees wishing to have an official copy of their Placement Test Score Report will incur a $25 fee per request.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, and City Center Campus.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    City Center Campus

    Academic Skills Center (JCTR-6002)
    Joliet Junior College – City Center Campus
    235 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, IL  60432
    815-280-1301 or 815-280-1302

    Preparation

    Accuplacer offers a free, web-based study app.  This is the ideal choice for individuals preparing for the Accuplacer English placement tests.

    1. Visit the College Board store to purchase the free web-based study app
    2. Select one of the free "Accuplacer Web-Based Study Apps," then select, "Add to Cart," and finally, select "Check Out."  Please note that you will incur no cost, and you will NOT be asked to provide any credit card or payment information.  Complete the "purchasing" process.
    3. Check your email to receive an access code and order number.  Both are necessary to create your account.  Please note that upon order completion, you will receive two emails: one email will have your access code, and the other email will include your order number.
    4. Click here to create your account.
    5. Access to the account is valid for six months.

    Accuplacer provides free sample questions and essays.

    Scores

    Geometry

    • Accuplacer Geometry score of 60 or higher will meet geometry prerequisite for college-level math course.
    • MATH 119, 123, 124, 131, 138, and 142 require the geometry prerequisite.
    • Students may also meet the geometry prerequisite by earning 50 or more points on COMPASS Geometry test.
    • Completing MATH 095 with a C or higher.
    • Submitting to the Admissions Department a high school transcript showing completion of two semesters of geometry with a C or higher.
    • Geometry scores never expire.

    Reading – To enroll in ENG 101 or 130, student, one must place appropriately in Reading AND Writing.

      Accuplacer (Reading Comp.)
    ENG 020 20-53
    ENG 021, 022 54-79, or 46-53 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    ENG 101, 130 80-120, or 70-79 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"

    Writing - To enroll in ENG 101 or 130, student, one must place appropriately in Reading AND Writing.

      Accuplacer (Write Placer)
    ENG 098 0-3
    ENG 099 4-5
    ENG 101, 130 6-8, or 5 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"

    English for Academic Purposes (EAP) - To enroll in ENG 101 or 130, student, one must place appropriately in Reading AND Writing.

      Accuplacer (ESL Reading Skills) Accuplacer (Write Placer ESL) Accuplacer (ESL Listening) Accuplacer (ESL Language Use)
    ENG 066     20-40  
    ENG 067     41-61  
    ENG 068     62-87  
    ENG 069     88-108  
    ENG 076 20-40      
    ENG 077 41-65      
    ENG 078 66-89      
    ENG 079 90-112      
    ENG 086   1    
    ENG 087   2-3    
    ENG 088   4    
    ENG 089   5    
    ENG 092       65-85
    ENG 093       86-106
    ENG 101, 130 113-120 6    

    Math

    Accuplacer (Arithmetic) Accuplacer (Elementary Algebra) Accuplacer (College Math)
    MATH 090 0-60    
    MATH 094 61-120 33-60  
    MATH 095   61-80 0-30
    MATH 098   61-80 0-30
    BMAT 101 61-120 33-60  
    TMAT 107 61-120 33-60  
    TMAT 108   61-80 0-30
    MATH 119   81-120 31-55
    MATH 123   81-120 31-55
    MATH 127   81-120 31-55
    MATH 128   81-120 31-55
    MATH 131   81-120 31-55
    MATH 137     56-70
    MATH 138   81-120 31-55
    MATH 139     56-70
    MATH 142   81-120 31-55
    MATH 150     56-70
    MATH 153     56-70
    MATH 170     71-120

    Accommodations

    • Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any assessment.  The Academic Skills Center will work closely with JJC's Disability Services to provide this accommodation.  If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please work with the Disability Services Secretary and Disability Services Coordinator.  The Disability Services Secretary may be reached at 815-280-2941.
    • Placement testing is untimed.  All placement examinees are provided scratch paper, pencils, and earplugs.  Examinees may borrow a basic, four-function calculator.  Examinees may complete placement testing in one, or multiple sittings.

    Last updated July 9, 2018.

  • ALEKS Exam (Placement Testing)

    ALEKS Exam, produced by McGraw Hill, is a computer-based, untimed math test. 

    Test Description

    ALEKS scores are valid for 24 months.  Joliet Junior College will accept proctored ALEKS scores from other institutions; official score reports should be submitted to the Academic Skills Center Main Campus location.  Examinees may borrow a basic, four-function calculator during this exam.

    ALEKS Exam Preparation Options.

    Registration Process

    Students wishing to attend and test at Joliet Junior College

    1. Apply for admission to Joliet Junior College. 
    2. Speak with Joliet Junior College Disability Services if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Arrive at your preferred Academic Skills Center location to complete your testing; no appointment is necessary.

    Students wishing to attend Joliet Junior College, but test at another institution

    1. Apply for admission to Joliet Junior College
    2. Speak with Joliet Junior College Disability Services if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Call Academic Skills Center secretary to learn alternate site testing options.
    4. Receive email confirmation with selected alternate site contact information, testing fees, and next steps.

    Students wishing to attend another institution, but test at Joliet Junior College

    1. Contact the institution for which you need to complete placement testing.
    2. Speak with your institution's Disability Services office if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Call your preferred Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled locations 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification and $25 for the Academic Skills Center Remote Testing administrative fee.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.  ALEKS Examinees must provide photo identification including a name and picture.  Photocopies or reproductions are not acceptable.  Preferred photo identification options include, but are not limited to:

    • U.S. State Picture Driver's License
    • U.S. State Picture Issued ID Card
    • U.S. Passport
    • U.S. Military Picture ID
    • Federal Picture ID
    • Alien Registration Card
    • Any other current, government-issued picture ID (This form of identification may be issued by any government.)
    • Company Identification
    • Police Identification
    • Other Institutional Identification with name and picture
    • JJC School ID
    • Other School ID with name and picture

    Fees

    • JJC ALEKS will not be charged for access to the program. Upon initial testing, the tester is provided with six (6) months of access to an online remediation program, as well as five (5) attempts at the test within a twelve (12) month period.
    • ALEKS examinees completing their placement testing at Joliet Junior College for another institution will pay a $25 Academic Skills Center Remote Testing administrative fee.
    • ALEKS examinees wishing to have an official copy of their Placement Test Score Report will incur a $25 fee per request.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, and City Center Campus.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    City Center Campus

    Academic Skills Center (JCTR-6002)
    Joliet Junior College – City Center Campus
    235 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, IL  60432
    815-280-1301 or 815-280-1302

    Preparation

    ALEKS offers a web-based remediation program known as the ALEKS Learning Modules.

    1. Visit the Academic Skills Center and complete your first attempt at the ALEKS exam.  If you are not satisfied with your score, you have the ability to retake this placement exam four more times within twelve (12) months. 
    2. After you have completed your first attempt, you will have access to a web-based, tailored remediation plan known as the ALEKS Learning Modules.  These modules provide an adaptive learning environment focused on guidance, transparency, engagement, and motivation. 
    3. Following the initial math assessment, ALEKS generates a color-coded pie chart to display your results.  Within this "pie," each "slice" corresponds to a particular area of math proficiency.
    4. To access the Learning Modules (after testing), use your JJC ID number and JJC email address to log into your ALEKS Account here: JJC Placement Testing and ALEKS Modules.
    5. ALEKS will recommend a starting point for the Prep and Learning Module based on your initial placement assessment results. However, you ultimately have the ability to choose your preferred module.  PLEASE NOTE: Once you choose your preferred module, you cannot select a different module.
    6. Spend time reviewing material within the module to practice and improve your skills before your next ALEKS math placement testing attempt.  
    7. PLEASE NOTE: ALEKS Learning module remediation is optional before your second attempt at the ALEKS test.  Three hours of remediation within the online ALEKS remediation program are mandatory before each of your three remaining attempts at the ALEKS test.
    8. Once you have launched your ALEKS Learning Modules, you will have access for up to six months.

    Scores

    Math

      ALEKS
    MATH 090 ​0-13
    MATH 094 14-29
    MATH 095 30-42
    MATH 098 30-42, or 27-29 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    BMAT 101 14-29
    TMAT 107 14-29
    TMAT 108 30-42
    MATH 119 43-100, or 40-42 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    MATH 123 43-100, or 40-42 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    MATH 127 43-100, or 40-42 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    MATH 128 43-100, or 40-42 AND Success Navigator "Green" or "1"
    MATH 131 46-60
    MATH 137 61-100
    MATH 138 46-60
    MATH 139 61-75
    MATH 142 54-75
    MATH 150 61-100
    MATH 153 61-100
    MATH 170 76-100

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any assessment.  The Academic Skills Center will work closely with JJC's Disability Services to provide this accommodation.  If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please work with the Disability Services Secretary and Disability Services Coordinator.  The Disability Services Secretary may be reached at 815-280-2941.

    Placement testing is untimed.  All placement examinees are provided scratch paper, pencils, and earplugs.  Examinees may borrow a basic, four-function calculator.  Examinees may complete placement testing in one, or multiple sittings.

    Last updated on July 9, 2018.

  • Certiport Exam

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC) serves as an Authorized Certiport Testing Center.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    Certiport Exams include certification testing for Adobe, Autodesk, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, IC3, Microsoft, Toon Boom, and Quick Books. 

    Learn more about Certiport Exams options.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for a Certiport Exam and complete this exam at the Joliet Junior College Main Campus Academic Skills Center location.

    1. Contact Certiport Exam Accommodations Department if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Create an account through Certiport and register for an exam(s).
    3. Call the Main Campus Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification and $25 for the Academic Skills Center Certiport administrative fee.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    Certiport examinees must bring one form of non-expired, government-issued, photo- and signature-bearing ID in order to test.  Acceptable forms of ID include a state driver's license with photo, military ID card with photo, state ID card with photo, or passport with photo. 

    Fees

    Certiport Exam fees are subject to change and are dependent on type of certification pursued. 

    Certiport examinees will pay Certiport Exam fees during time of online registration.  On the day of testing, the examinee will also pay a $25 administrative fee to the Academic Skills Center.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus. Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Scores

    Certiport provides tester with scores.

    After the test is completed, results are available within a few hours.  Scores may be accessed through the Certiport webpage.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any Certiport exam.

    Accommodations are requested, approved, and provided by Certiport. Learn about available testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.

    Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • CLEP Exam

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC) serves as a CLEP Testing Center.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    "The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of 33 examinations. Earn credit for knowledge you've acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships." – excerpted from CLEP Homepage

    With the exception of the "English Composition with Essay" test, each test lasts 90 minutes. Similarly, with the exception of "English Composition with Essay," most tests are primarily composed of multiple-choice questions. Some mathematics exams include fill-in-the-blank type questions. All exams are scored on a scale of 20 to 80, not 1 to 100.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for a CLEP Exam and complete this exam at the Joliet Junior College Main Campus Academic Skills Center location.

    1. Speak with the Academic Skills Center Coordinator if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Create an account through College Board and register for an exam(s).
    3. Call the Main Campus Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification and $20 for the Academic Skills Center CLEP administrative fee.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    CLEP examinees must present one form of identification that is valid and current.  It must bear the test-taker's full name in English language characters, and must contain a recognizable photograph and a signature.  View ID requirements for DANTES-funded military candidates.  CLEP candidates who fail to present appropriate ID will not be tested.

    CLEP tester identification must:

    • Be government issued
    • Be an original document - photocopied documents are not acceptable
    • Be valid and current - expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable, no matter how recently they may have expired
    • Bear the test-taker's full name, in English characters, exactly as it appears on the Registration Ticket, including the order of the names
    • Middle initials are optional and only need to match the first letter of the middle name when present on both the ticket and the identification
    • Bear a recent recognizable photograph that clearly matches the test-taker
    • Include the test-taker's signature
    • Be in good condition, with clearly legible text and a clearly visible photography

    Acceptable forms of CLEP tester identification include:

    • Current, government-issued passport with name, photograph, and signature
    • Valid driver's license with name, photograph, and signature
    • State or Province ID issued by the motor vehicle agency with name, photograph, and signature
    • Military ID with name, photograph, and signature (All DANTES-funded military candidates must present a current military ID.)
    • National ID with name, photograph, and signature
    • Tribal ID card with name, photograph, and signature
    • Naturalization card or certificate of citizenship with name, photograph, and signature
    • A Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) with name, photograph, and signature
    • If the student is a minor and unable to provide one of the forms of identification listed above, then the College Board Student ID Form must be used for identification purposes.  This form must include a recognizable photograph, and the school or notary seal must overlap the photo.  The student must sign the ID form in the presence of the designated school official or notary.  The student must also sign the ID form again at the test center in the presence of a Test Center Administrator.  This form is only valid at test centers located in the United States.  The ID form must be dated and is valid for only one year.  Download the College Board Student ID Form.  One can also contact CLEP Services at 800-257-9558, 212-237-1331, or clep@info.collegeboard.org for information on obtaining the College Board Student ID Form.  

    Unacceptable forms of identification include but are not limited to:

    • Credit or debit cards of any kind
    • Social Security card
    • Employee or work ID
    • School ID
    • Any document that is photocopied or expired
    • Any document that does not bear a recent recognizable photograph that clearly matches the test-taker
    • Any document that does not bear the test-taker's name in roman English characters exactly as it appears on the Registration Ticket
    • Any document that is worn, torn, scuffed, scarred, or otherwise damaged in such a manner that it renders any part of the text on the ID card illegible or renders any part of the photograph unrecognizable
    • Any document that appears tampered with or altered 

    Fees

    CLEP Exam fees are subject to change.  Effective July 1, 2018, the CLEP exam fee will be $87. 

    CLEP examinees will pay CLEP Exam fees during time of online registration.  On the day of testing, the examinee will also pay a $20 administrative fee to the Academic Skills Center.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus.  Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Scores

    The College Board, producers of CLEP, provides tester with scores.

    With the exception of the "English Composition with Essay" test, you will receive your unofficial score report immediately upon completion of testing.  Scores for the "English Composition with Essay" test are available four to five weeks after the exam date. To learn more about the following score-related information, please visit the CLEP Score and Transcripts Web page.

    • Receiving scores
    • Sending score reports to your college, employer, or certifying agency
    • Obtaining CLEP transcripts
    • Obtaining transcripts for military personnel
    • Cancelling scores so they are not reported to your college, employer, or certifying agency
    • Interpreting your scores

    Below is a chart illustrating minimum CLEP scores and their corresponding Joliet Junior College course equivalents, or Illinois Articulation Initiative's General Education Core Curriculum (IAIGECC) equivalents. 

    JJC Course IAI GECC* Credit Hours CLEP Exam Minimum Score
    ACCY 101 -- 4 Financial Accounting 50
    BIO 151 L1 900L 5 General Biology 50
    BLAW 101 -- 3 Introductory Business Law 50
    CHEM 101
    CHEM 102
    P1 902L
    --
    5
    5
    General Chemistry 50
    CIS 122 -- 4 Information Systems and Computer Applications 50
    ECON 103 S3 901 3 Principles of Macroeconomics 50
    ECON 104 S3 902 3 Principles of Microeconomics 50
    ENG 101 C1 900 3 College Composition Modular (JJC requires completion of multiple-choice section and essay.  Essay is scored by JJC English faculty.) 50
    ENG 103
    ENG 104
    H3 914
    H3 915
    3
    3
    American Literature 50
    ENG 105
    ENG 106
    H3 912
    H3 913
    3
    3
    English Literature 50
    Humanities Elective -- 3 Analyzing and Interpreting Literature 50
    FRCH 101
    FRCH 102
    H1 900 for all 4
    4
    College French Language 50
    FRCH 101
    FRCH 102
    FRCH 103
    FRCH 104
    H1 900 for all 4
    4
    4
    4
    College French Language 59*
    HIST 103 S2 900 3 American History I: Early Colonization to 1877 50
    HIST 104 S2 901 3 American History II: 1865 to Present 50
    HIST 105 H2 901 3 Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 50
    HIST 106 H2 902 3 Western Civilization II to Present 50
    MATH 131 -- 4 College Algebra 50
    MATH 138 -- 4 Pre-Calculus 50
    MATH 170 M1 900-1 5 Calculus with Elementary Function 50
    MGMT 101 -- 3 Principles of Management 50
    MKTG 101 -- 3 Principles of Marketing 50
    PSCI 101 S5 900 3 American Government 50
    PSYC 101 S6 900 3 General Psychology 50
    PSYC 102 -- 3 Introduction to Educational Psychology 50
    PSYC 215 S6 902 3 Human Growth and Development 50
    SOC 101 S7 900 3 Introductory Sociology 50
    SPAN 101
    SPAN 102
    H1 900 for all 4
    4
    College Spanish Language 50
    SPAN 101
    SPAN 102
    SPAN 103
    SPAN 104
    H1 900 for all 4
    4
    4
    4
    College Spanish Language 63*

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any CLEP Exam.

    If you have a learning or physical disability that would prevent you from taking a CLEP exam under standard conditions, you may request accommodations at your preferred test center.  Contact your preferred test center well in advance of the test date to make the necessary arrangements and to find out its deadline for submission of documentation for approval of accommodations. Accommodations that can be arranged directly with test centers include:

    • ZoomText (screen magnification)
    • Modifiable screen colors
    • Use of a reader, an amanuensis, or a sign language interpreter
    • Extended time
    • Untimed rest breaks

    If the above accommodations do not meet your needs, contact CLEP Services for information about other nonstandard options at clep@info.collegeboard.org or at 800-257-9558 before you register through My Account.  

    Last updated on July 9, 2018.

  • CNA (Illinois Nurse Aide) Exam

    The Academic Skills Center administers the CNA Exam.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    The CNA Exam is a ninety-minute, computer-based exam. 

    Your instructor will submit a roster to Southern Illinois University of those students who completed the CNA course and passed the course final exam.  You must be on this roster to be eligible to purchase a seat for the State of Illinois CNA Exam.  If you are unsure whether you are eligible, PDF directional sheet with steps to verify eligibility and create a testing account.  

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for the CNA Exam and complete this exam at Romeoville Campus. 

    1. Speak with your CNA instructor if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule the CNA Exam through Southern Illinois University; during this registration process, you may select the Joliet Junior College Romeoville Campus Academic Skills Center.  
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    CNA examinees must bring one of the following forms of photo identification: valid driver's license, Illinois Secretary of State identification card, passport, or school identification card if it contains a current photo and signature.

    Fees

    CNA Exam fees are subject to change.

    CNA Testing Fee Schedule which includes costs for first time applicants, those who reapply, and those who reschedule.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Romeoville Campus. Call for an appointment.  

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    Scores

    Southern Illinois University, producer of the CNA Exam, provides tester with scores.

    Learn when exam scores are available, as well as how to access these scores online.  

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any CNA Exam.

    If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please speak with your CNA instructor to initiate this request.  Learn more about the testing accommodation request process.

    Last updated November 9, 2017.

  • Constitution Exam (High School Equivalency Testing)

    The Academic Skills Center serves as a high school equivalency testing site.  Illinois residents wishing to pursue high school equivalency testing have three testing options: GED, HiSET, or TASC.  Regardless of test, a passing Constitution test score is also required.  Review the information below to learn more about these tests, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Constitution Testing

    In order to earn a high school equivalency certificate (GED, HiSET, or TASC), in the state of Illinois, a tester must pass the Constitution Test.

    Test Description

    The Constitution Test is an untimed, paper-based test and includes 60 multiple-choice questions.  Test results are automatically sent to the Regional Office of Education which serves your county of residence.  Find your county's Regional Office of Education contact information.

    Constitution Exam Preparation Options.

    Registration Process

    1. Speak with the Academic Skills Center Coordinator if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Call your preferred ASC location to schedule your appointment.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.  Constitution Testers must bring current, government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license or passport.

    Fees

    The Constitution Test is free. 

    Scores

    Constitution Testers may contact the Academic Skills Center to receive scores.  Official scores are available online within ten business days after testing.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of the Constitution Test.

    The Academic Skills Center will work closely with JJC's Disability Services to provide this accommodation.  If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please work with the ASC Secretary and ASC Coordinator.  The ASC Secretary may be reached at 815-280-6667.

    Last updated on July 9, 2018.

  • GED Testing (High School Equivalency Testing)

    GED Testing, produced by Pearson VUE, includes a four-part, computer-based test.  Each of the four parts range from 90-150 minutes in length.

    Test Description

    What to expect in a Pearson VUE Test Center.

    The GED Test consists of four parts: Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies.  Test results are available online through the Pearson VUE website and are automatically sent to the Regional Office of Education which serves your county of residence.  Locate your county's Regional Office of Education contact information.

    GED Exam Preparation Options.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for the GED Test and complete this exam at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, or City Center Campus.

    1. Contact GED Testing Service if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule the GED Test through Pearson VUE; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.  This information will be provided to you during your online registration process.

    Fees

    GED Testing fees are subject to change.  In the state of Illinois, each of the four parts is $30; this equates to $120 for all four test parts of the GED Test.

    Scores

    Pearson VUE, producer of the GED, provides the tester with scores.  Unofficial test results are available online within forty-eight hours of testing.

    Accommodations

    Last updated July 9, 2018.

  • HiSET Testing (High School Equivalency Testing)

    HiSET Testing, produced by Educational Testing Service (ETS), includes a five-part, paper-based test.  Each of the five parts range from 65 minutes to 120 minutes in length.

    Test Description

    The HiSET Test consists of five parts: Language Arts – Reading, Language Arts – Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.  Test results are available online through the Educational Testing Services (ETS) website and are automatically sent to the Regional Office of Education which serves your county of residence.  Locate your county's Regional Office of Education contact information.

    HiSET Exam Preparation Options.

    Registration Process

    1. Contact ETS Disability Services if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule the HiSET Test through ETS; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification

    Photo Identification Requirements

    • Appropriate photo identification is required.
    • Acceptable forms of photo identification include:
      • Valid driver's license
      • Valid state ID
      • Valid passport
      • Military ID
      • Any other form of government-issued ID (national or foreign) including Matricula Consular

    Fees

    HiSET Testing fees are subject to change.  In the state of Illinois, each of the five parts is $18; this equates to $90 for all five parts of the HiSET Test

    Scores

    ETS, producer of the HiSET, provides the tester with scores.  Official scores are available online within three to five business days after testing.

    Accommodations

  • Illinois State Police Merit Board Exam

    In partnership with the Illinois State Police Merit Board (ISPMB), the Joliet Junior College Academic Skills Center is a regional testing site for applicants who desire to become Illinois State Troopers.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    The ISPMB Test is a 150-minute, computer-based exam.    

    As part of the application process to become an Illinois State Police officer, candidates will complete the Law Enforcement Office Selection Tool (LST), an entry-level law enforcement officer selection exam owned by Industrial/ Organizational Solutions (IOS). 

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for the ISPMB Test and complete this exam at your preferred Joliet Junior College Academic Skills Center location.

    1. Upon approval by the ISPMB, you may choose Joliet as your preferred testing site. 
    2. Contact ISPMB at 217-786-6240 if you require testing accommodations.
    3. Call your preferred Academic Skills Center location to schedule your appointment. 
    4. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification, letter of invitation from the ISPMB, and $15 for the Academic Skills Center ISPMB administrative fee.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    ISPMB examinees must bring their letter of invitation from the ISPMB and valid driver's license or state photo ID card.

    Fees

    ISPMB Exam fees are subject to change.

    ISPMB examinees will pay a $15 administrative fee to the Academic Skills Center.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus.  Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Scores

    ISPMB provides tester with scores.

    Candidates will not be given their scores at the end of test sessions.  The ISPMB will contact all candidates after the yearly testing cycle has been completed.  Candidates should expect to have to wait several weeks for their results.  Candidates will be contacted via email by the ISPMB.  Should a candidate have questions, they should contact ISPMB at (217) 786-6240 or info@ispmeritboard.org.  

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any ISPMB exam.

    Accommodations are requested, approved, and provided by ISPMB.  Contact ISPMB at 217-786-6240 to learn about available testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.

    Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • Innovative Exams

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC) serves as an Innovative Exams (PSI Exams Online) Testing Center.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    Innovative Exams are timed, computer-based exams. They include but are not limited to IL Barber Exam, IL Cosmetology Exam in English or Spanish, IL Cosmetology Instructor Exam, IL Emergency Medical Technician Exam, IL Esthetician Exam, IL Nail Technician Exam, IL Paramedic Exam, and IL Trauma Nurse Specialist Exam.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for an Innovative Exam and complete this exam at a Joliet Junior College location.

    1. Speak with the PSI Exams Online ADA Services Team if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule your Innovative Exam through PSI Exams Online; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    ID requirements vary by Licensing Authority or Sponsor.  It is the examinee's responsibility to review the ID requirements for the exam you are taking before making your appointment. Please refer to your Candidate Information Bulletin for their specific ID requirements.

    Fees

    Innovative Exam fees are subject to change.

    If a fee is required to pay for your examination, the fees are typically included in your Candidate Information Bulletin available at www.psiexams.com or by calling PSI Exams Online at 800-733-9267.  Your licensing authority may also be able to provide that information.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus and Romeoville Campus. 

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    Scores

    PSI Exams Online, producer of Innovative Exams, provides tester with scores.

    In most cases, candidates receive their score report immediately after their test is completed.  Score reporting timeframes may vary depending on exam specific program rules.  Please check with your exam Licensing Authority or Sponsor for complete information.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any Innovative Exam.

    Accommodations are requested, approved, and provided by PSI Exams Online.  Learn about available testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.

    Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • JJC iCampus and Make-Up Testing

    The Joliet Junior College Academic Skills Center provides iCampus and make-up testing free of charge to Joliet Junior College students.

    Student Information

    Log into the myJJC Portal for information on photo identification requirements, locations, and testing accommodations for:

    Faculty Information

    Log into the myJJC Portal for the following:

  • Pearson VUE Testing

    The Academic Skills Center serves as an official Pearson VUE Authorized Testing Center.  Review the information below to learn more about these tests, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Testing Description

    Pearson VUE Exams are computer-based tests which vary in length.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for a Pearson VUE Exam and complete this exam at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, or City Center Campus.

    1. Contact Pearson VUE if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule a Pearson VUE Exam; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required. 

    This information will be provided to you during your online registration process.

    Fees

    Pearson VUE Testing fees are subject to change and are dependent on test type.

    Pearson VUE examinees will pay Pearson VUE Exam fees during time of online registration.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, and City Center Campus. 

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    City Center Campus

    Academic Skills Center (JCTR-6002)
    Joliet Junior College – City Center Campus
    235 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, IL  60432
    815-280-1301 or 815-280-1302

    Scores

    Pearson VUE provides the tester with scores. 

    Length of wait time for unofficial and official score reports is dependent on test type.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any Pearson VUE Exam.

    Accommodations are requested, approved, and provided by Pearson VUE.  Available testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.

     Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • PN Comprehensive Predictor

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC) administers the PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam to individuals who currently hold an LPN certificate and are interested in applying to Joliet Junior College's competitive entry Nursing Program.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    The PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam is a timed, computer-based exam.  This three-hour exam includes 180 questions.

    It is recommended a tester attempt the PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam no more than three times a year.  Joliet Junior College will not accept PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam scores from another institution.  All programmatic and retesting questions should be directed to your program advisor.  Call 815-280-2435 to schedule an appointment with a Nursing Faculty Advisor. 

    Only the FIRST test score for the semester will be considered.  For the purposes of this procedure, a semester will be defined as beginning on the first day of classes for a given semester and ending on the day before the first day of classes for the next semester.  JJC Academic Calendar.

    Start Date End Date
    Fall First day of Fall semester classes Day before first day of Spring semester classes
    Spring First day of Spring semester classes Day before first day of Summer I semester classes
    Summer First day of Summer I semester classes Day before first day of Fall semester classes

     

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for the PN Comprehensive Predictor and complete this exam at a Joliet Junior College location.

    1. Speak with the Academic Skills Center Coordinator if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Create an ATI user name and password.
    3. Call your preferred ASC location to schedule your appointment.
    4. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    PN Comprehensive Predictor examinees must bring current, government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license or passport.

    Fees

    PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam fees are subject to change.

    Effective September 2016, the cost of the PN Comprehensive Predictor is $57 plus tax.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus and Romeoville Campus.  Call for an appointment and specify your preferred ASC location.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    Scores

    ATI (Assessment Technologies Institute), producer of the PN Comprehensive Predictor, provides tester with scores.

    After the test is completed, results are available within a few hours.  Scores may be accessed on the "My Results" page found in a tester's personal ATI online student account.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any ATI assessment.

    The Academic Skills Center will work closely with JJC's Disability Services to provide this accommodation. If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please work with the ASC Secretary and ASC Coordinator. The ASC Secretary may be reached at 815-280-6667.

    Last updated on November 8, 2017.

  • Proctoring Services

    Proctoring Services are available to non-JJC students who must complete a proctored exam for their school or employer.  Review the information below to learn more about this service, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    The JJC ASC provides proctoring services for paper- and computer-based testing. 

    The JJC ASC does not have the ability to download the Respondus program, or any lockdown browser, from other institutions.  Alternatives to this method include providing a paper/pencil copy or securing the exam with a password instead of the lockdown browser.  Testers may not bring in laptops or other electronic devices.  The JJC ASC does not have the capability to provide a 1:1 ratio of proctors to testers. 

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for proctoring services at a Joliet Junior College Academic Skills Center location.

    1. Contact your educational institution or employer about having your exam(s) proctored at the JJC ASC, and direct your educational institution or employer to complete the Proctoring Services Submission Form.  Upon submission of this form, the tester, submitting institution, and JJC ASC will receive separate confirmation emails.
    2. Once this email has been received, contact preferred JJC ASC location to schedule exam(s).
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification, and $25 for the Academic Skills Center Proctoring Services administrative fee.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    Examinees must provide photo identification including a name and picture. The JJC ASC will always defer to educational institution or employer photo identification requirements.  In the absence of those requirements, the JJC ASC will adhere to the following photo identification requirements.  Photocopies or reproductions are not acceptable.  Preferred photo identification options include, but are not limited to:

    • U.S. State Picture Driver's License
    • U.S. State Picture Issued ID Card
    • U.S. Passport
    • U.S. Military Picture ID
    • Federal Picture ID
    • Alien Registration Card
    • Any other current, government-issued picture ID (This form of identification may be issued by any government.)
    • Company Identification
    • Police Identification
    • Other Institutional Identification with name and picture
    • JJC School ID
    • Other School ID with name and picture

    Fees

    Proctoring Services fees are subject to change.

    Examinees will pay a $25 administrative fee per exam to the Academic Skills Center.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus and Romeoville Campus. Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any Proctoring Service.

    The Examinee must request testing accommodations from their educational institution or employer.

    Last updated on November 9, 2017.

  • TEAS Exam

    The Academic Skills Center administers the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Exam to individuals who are interested in applying to one of Joliet Junior College’s competitive entry Allied Health Programs including Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, preparation, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    The TEAS Exam is a timed, computer-based exam.  This three-and-a-half-hour exam includes 170 questions.

    1. It is recommended a tester attempt the TEAS Exam no more than three times a year. 
    2. Joliet Junior College will not accept TEAS scores from another institution. 
    3. All programmatic and retesting questions should be directed to your program advisor. 
    4. Upon completion of the TEAS test, make an appointment with your faculty advisor immediately. Your faculty advisor will update your major code within your student record.  Your financial aid eligibility may be impacted if you do not meet with your advisor.
    Nursing Faculty Advisor 815-280-2435
    Radiologic Technology Faculty Advisor 815-280-2462
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography Faculty Advisor 815-280-2435

    Only the FIRST test score for the semester will be considered.  For the purposes of this procedure, a semester will be defined as beginning on the first day of classes for a given semester and ending on the day before the first day of classes for the next semester.  JJC Academic Calendar.

     

    Start Date

    End Date

    Fall

    First day of Fall semester classes

    Day before first day of Spring semester classes

    Spring

    First day of Spring semester classes

    Day before first day of Summer I semester classes

    Summer

    First day of Summer I semester classes

    Day before first day of Fall Semester classes

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for the TEAS and complete this exam at a Joliet Junior College location.

    1. Speak with the Academic Skills Center Coordinator if you require testing accommodations.
    2. Purchase and schedule the TEAS test through ATI; during this registration process, you may select your preferred ASC location.
    3. Arrive at your scheduled location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    TEAS examinees must bring current, government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license or passport

    Fees

    TEAS Exam fees are subject to change.

    The cost of the TEAS is $75 plus tax.

    Locations

    Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    City Center Campus

    Academic Skills Center (JCTR-6002)
    Joliet Junior College – City Center Campus
    235 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, IL  60432
    815-280-1301 or 815-280-1302

    Scores

    ATI (Assessment Technologies Institute), producer of the TEAS, provides tester with scores. 

    After the test is completed, results are available within a few hours.  Scores may be accessed on the “My Results” page found in a tester’s personal ATI online student account.

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any ATI assessment. 

    The Academic Skills Center will work closely with JJC's Disability Services to provide this accommodation.  If you feel you need a testing accommodation, please work with the ASC Secretary and ASC Coordinator.  The ASC Secretary may be reached at 815-280-6667.

    Last updated on November 20, 2017.

  • WorkKeys Exam

    The Academic Skills Center (ASC), in collaboration with Workforce Development, serves as a WorkKeys Testing Site.  Review the information below to learn more about this test, as well as the registration process, photo identification requirements, fees, locations, scores, and accommodations.

    Test Description

    WorkKeys is a computer-based, job skills assessment system measuring "real world" skills employers believe are critical to job success.  These skills are valuable for any occupation – skilled or professional – and at any level of education.  Joliet Junior College is your site to attain the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) issued by ACT.

    The WorkKeys assessment system is also often used by employers and organizations to assess prospective or current employees in many workforce skills areas.  If you are representing an organization that is interested in using WorkKeys please contact Workforce Development at 815-280-1526 for more information.

    Registration Process

    Follow the steps below to register for a WorkKeys Exam and complete this exam at the Joliet Junior College Campus Academic Skills Center location.

    1. To schedule and pay for your WorkKeys Exam contact Workforce Development at 815-280-1526. Specify your preferred Academic Skills Center location .
    2. Arrive at your scheduled Academic Skills Center location 10 minutes before your exam with your photo identification.

    Photo Identification Requirements

    Appropriate photo identification is required.

    WorkKeys Examinees must provide photo identification including a name and picture.  Photocopies or reproductions are not acceptable.  Preferred photo identification options include, but are not limited to:

    • U.S. State Picture Driver's License
    • U.S. State Picture Issued ID Card
    • U.S. Passport
    • U.S. Military Picture ID
    • Federal Picture ID
    • Alien Registration Card
    • Any other current, government-issued picture ID (This form of identification may be issued by any government.)
    • Company Identification
    • Police Identification
    • Other Institutional Identification with name and picture
    • JJC School ID
    • Other School ID with name and picture

    Fees

    WorkKeys Exam fees are subject to change and are dependent on number of tests attempted. 

    WorkKeys examinees will pay WorkKeys Exam fees to Workforce Development during time of registration.

    Locations

    This testing is available at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus, and City Center Campus. Call for an appointment.

    Main Campus

    Academic Skills Center (A-1138 in Campus Center)
    Joliet Junior College – Main Campus
    1215 Houbolt Road
    Joliet, IL  60431
    815-280-2261 or 815-280-2284

    Romeoville Campus

    Academic Skills Center (RMA-1039)
    Joliet Junior College – Romeoville Campus
    1125 West Romeo Road (West 135th Street)
    Romeoville, IL  60446
    815-280-7785 or 815-280-7786

    City Center Campus

    Academic Skills Center (JCTR-6002)
    Joliet Junior College – City Center Campus
    235 North Chicago Street
    Joliet, IL  60432
    815-280-1301 or 815-280-1302

    Scores

    ACT, producer of WorkKeys, provides tester with scores.

    After the test is completed, results are available immediately. 

    Accommodations

    Any examinee who has a documented disability affecting his or her ability to sit for the test should be accommodated appropriately during the administration of any WorkKeys exam.

    Some accommodations are embedded in this computer-based exam; some accommodation requests may require additional documentation.  Call Workforce Development at 815-280-1526 to learn about testing accommodations, accommodation policies, as well as the process to request exam accommodations.   

    Last updated on July 9, 2018.