CWC Jackson Campus serves as a full-service testing facility. There are eight workstations for computerized, paper-pencil or online exams, though larger groups can be accommodated with advance notice. Each test is proctored in a quiet, secure environment. All testers are required to provide a photo ID and leave all belongings outside the testing area. CWC Jackson's Testing Facility is located within the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts at 240 South Glenwood, Jackson Wyoming. Here are directions to get to campus.

Hours: By appointment only. Please call 307-733-7425 for available testing times.

Compass placement tests



Distance education
  • Secure exam proctoring for other institutions
  • Have all testing materials emailed or mailed to:
CWC Jackson
240 South Glenwood, Suite 124
PO Box 4795
Jackson, WY 83001
TEAS Testing
CWC Jackson will be offering the TEAS test. 

More information on the TEAS test is available at


Important information:

There is limited space so sign up early

The test maybe taken twice


Testers must

  • present a government issued photo ID (driver's license/passport)
  • have a Credit Card to pay for the test
  • have an ATI password


Please call 733-7425 to sign up.

Credit by Exam
Please visit the CWC testing center website to learn more about earning college credits through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Exam Fees:
Compass Test
  • Free for first-time test takers who are current or prospective CWC students
  •  $10 for current or prospective students of schools other than CWC
  •  $10 for each additional scheduled attempt
  • Students may take all three exams in one session for a single $10 fee
Proctored Exams
  • Free for exams proctored for in-state schools
  • $15 fee for exams proctored for out-of-state schools
TEAS Testing
  • $35 to register for exam
  • $25 to send test transcript to institutions other than administering institution



For more information, or to schedule an exam, please contact the CWC Jackson office at (307) 733-7425 or send an email.



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