Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure
Cape Cod Community College is an administration site for the Massachusetts Department of Education's MTEL tests.
The Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) was initiated by the Massachusetts Department of Elemenatary and Secondary Education in 1998 as part of their statewide education reform initiative for educators seeking PreK to Grade 12 academic licenses.
The MTEL includes a test of communication and literacy skills as well as tests of subject matter knowledge. The tests are designed to help ensure that Massachusetts educators can communicate adequately with students, parents/guardians, and other educators and that they are knowledgeable in the subject matter of the license(s) sought. MTEL includes tests for candidates seeking vocational technical and adult basic education licenses. For more information, please access the following sites:
Available testing dates for CCCC will show during the registration and scheduling process on the MTEL site.
Note: Due to the amount of seating we have available, we encourage you to schedule as soon as possible. Scheduling is on a first come first served basis and our center fills very quickly.
The Student Readiness Office is located in the Grossman Commons Building.
Park in Lot #9. Walk up the hill, across from the Parking Lot #9, to the Grossman Building, on your left. Take the second entrance beyond the steps, and enter the Grossman Commons Building, (across from the WKKL Radio Station). Take the elevator immediately on your right as you enter the building and select Floor #2. The Student Readiness Office is directly to your left as you exit the elevator. Handicapped parking is available in front of the Grossman Commons.