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Placement is one of the most important steps in the enrollment process. At Contra Costa College, we want to help you succeed and part of your success as a college student depends on enrolling in courses that match your abilities and skills.
Get into the math, English, English as a Second Language (ESL) or Spanish classes that are right for you!
To find out your math and/or English course placement(s), you have two options: self reporting or guided self placement.
- If you received a diploma from a California high school within the last 10 years, you can use your high school transcripts for a placement. Use Option 1 below to self-report your information. Current high school students who have completed the 11th grade should also use this option.
- If you received a high school diploma more than 10 years ago, did not receive a diploma, or have a diploma from another country, please use Option 2 below, the guided self-placement.
- If English is not your first language, please make an appointment for the placement test.
Check out our Math + English Placements FAQs to learn more about recent changes to how math and English placements are determined.
Option 1 – Self Report with Your High School Transcript
Use this option if you received a diploma from a California high school in the last 10 years.
- You will need your CCC username and password.
- After entering all of your information, select “My Info is Correct” to begin processing your placement.
- Please allow 24 hours for your results to be processed.
Option 2 – Guided Self Placement
Use this option if you received a high school diploma more than 10 years ago, did not receive a diploma, or have a diploma from another country.
If English is not your first language, please make an appointment for the placement test .
Math self placement is coming soon!English Self Placement
English as a Second Language Students
To find out your ESL placement, book an appointment online, in-person or by calling our office.
You must have each of the following with you to take the tests:
- A Contra Costa College application on file with the Admissions & Records Office.
- Your CCC student ID number.
- A valid photo ID (e.g. driver’s license, high school ID, passport, etc.) is required to take the test.