Submitting Test Scores
ACT, SAT, and CCPT or Accuplacer Placement Test Scores from within the past five years for reading and sentence skills and within the past two years for math may be submitted through fax, email, or in person at the Testing Center. Please include your Red Rocks Community College student ID number.
The minimum test scores for exemption are as follows:
- Reading: 17
- English: 18
- Math: 19
- Critical Reading: 430 for Reading exemption
- Critical Reading: 440 for English exemption
- Math: 460
For course placement information based on your CCPT Placement Test Scores please view the CCPT Score Matrix. Unofficial ACT, SAT, CCPT and Accuplacer Placement Test Scores from within the past five years for reading and sentence skills and within the past two years for math may be submitted through fax, email, or in person at the Testing Center.
Mailing address: RRCC Assessment Center, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, CO 80228.
For Jefferson County students only:
If you were a Jefferson County student that took Accuplacer or CCPT at your high school through an authorized a Red Rocks Community College site; the assessment center may able to retrieve your Accuplacer/CCPT scores. We would need your birth date, the semester you took the test and your name. You can call or stop by the assessment center with this information. If we are able to retrieve the results, please give us your Red Rocks Community College student ID number so we can input your scores.
Contact information for transcripts/scores
- AP Services (official transcripts needed)
P.O. Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
Phone: (609) 771-7300 or (888) 225-5427 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada)
- College Board CLEP Services(official transcripts needed)
Transcripts Request Service
P.O. Box 6600
Princeton, NJ 08541-6600
- SAT College Board requests
P.O. Box 025505
Miami, FL 33102
- ACT score requests
319/337-1701 (TDD—must call from a TDD)
- IB Transcripts (official transcripts needed)
High school chemistry completion – if your chemistry classes were taken within the last five years, contact your high school to send you transcripts. They can be received by mail, e-mail and fax.