PCC Testing Center is committed to providing testing services to our students on a modified schedule. We are continuing to provide testing services by appointment only. Our testing appointment times are 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Please call PCC Testing Center to schedule testing services, or you can reach us by emailing email@example.com. Student(s) must be able to login to my.pittcc accounts with their username and passwords to access the RISE placement test. If students are unsuccessful logging into their accounts, they should contact the Helpdesk at 252-493-7487.
We ask that students who have been exposed to Covid, or experiencing Covid symptoms, to please call the PCC Testing Center immediately to reschedule your testing appointment. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please Do not report to campus.
- Fever of 100 degrees or higher
- Runny nose, cough, sore throat (unrelated to allergies)
- Muscle or body aches
- Flu-like symptoms
- New loss of taste or smell
- Been exposed to Covid-19, diagnosed with Covid-19, or asked to quarantine for a specified time frame.
Please call the PCC Testing Center to reschedule your testing appointment. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 252-493-7561.
**To practice safety and allow for social distancing, we are only scheduling 10 students per testing times. Please plan accordingly.
Edward and Joan Warren Building, Room 2402
4302 Reedy Branch Road, Winterville, N.C.
Crissy Stewart — Testing Coordinator
Email address: email@example.com
Alisha Battle — Placement Testing Assistant
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Placement Testing is located in the Warren Building, Room 2402.
Phone: (252) 493-7561 | Fax: (252) 321-4592
Placement Testing offers a variety of testing services for Pitt Community College students. We administer the CLEP tests, proctor exams, and give the placement test. View all the test and services Placement Testing offers below.
View testing waiver eligibility.
RISE Placement Testing
Students are placed into classes based on GPA or RISE Placement Test. The below information determines individual student placement:
- GPA is used for all U.S. high school graduates.
- Students who graduated high school 10+ years ago will have the option to take placement test, but GPA will be used unless the student requests this option.
- Placement test will be used for GED/HISET and International Students.
Placement Tests (for Curriculum Courses)
For information regarding High School Equivalency (GED®, TASC ™)/Adult High School testing click here.
If you are a new student, you will probably need to take the placement test. The placement test includes sections on math and English. The placement test determines where you will start your coursework at PCC. We offer a variety of classes to meet the needs of every student who enrolls. It is important that each student begins coursework where they will be most successful. The placement test can help us to determine which class will best meet your needs.
It is important to take this test very seriously and to do your best. Your starting point will affect your graduation date, so take some time to explore the information about the placement test.
Tests/Services Offered by Placement Testing
- Placement Testing for Curriculum Courses
- Continuing Education Testing (BLET, EMT, Nursing Assistant, Cosmetology)
- Foreign Language Testing
- Proctoring Services
- Score Request
- Instructor-Based Testing
Other Tests and Test Preparation Offered at PCC
ACE Lab and Classes (Achieving College Entry)
Free classes and labs are offered by the PCC Transitional Studies Department to help high school graduates prepare for the placement test. Students work with an instructor to refresh skills and information that will help them to do their best on the placement test. Learn more about this valuable service, and for the next available classes.
HSE, High School Equivalency tests (including GED®, TASC Testing Assessing Secondary Completion™) and Adult High School
All HSE and Adult High School classes are offered by the PCC Transitional Studies Department at no charge. Find out more about these programs. (Fees for HSE tests apply)
GED®, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT and ACT Preparation
These test preparation courses are offered through the PCC Continuing Education Department via Ed2Go along with many other courses. Learn more about these sessions. Please Note: While PCC does provide test preparation through Continuing Education, PCC does not offer GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT or ACT testing.
Microsoft & CISCO Certification
This is a service offered by the PCC Information Systems Technology Department Test Center. Visit the Information Systems Technology Department Test Center webpage for more information.
TEAS for Health Sciences Admissions
The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) by Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) is required to apply to PCC’s Associate Degree Nursing, Radiography, Respiratory Therapy, Medical Sonography, Cardiovascular Sonography, and Occupational Therapy Assistant Programs. Refer to the TEAS Testing Guide for more details including the instructions for testing. Students who fail to follow testing instructions are not permitted to test. Only PCC students are permitted to take the TEAS test with PCC’s Testing Center.
WorkKeys & National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)
This is a service offered by the PCC Continuing Education Department. More out more information about WorkKeys & NCRC.