How to register

Registration begins on February 1 and ends on March 22, 2020.

Applications must be completed by March 22, 2020 to be considered. Please note that the dates for the examination and all policies are established by the Center for the Greek language (CGL) and are fixed. We cannot make any exceptions.

To register for the 2020 Examination please use the online system of the Center for the Greek Language

Click here to apply online

In addition to submitting your application online, you need to mail us a check payable to:

The Regents of the University of California for the appropriate amount (see Examination Fees below).

The check should be mailed to our office at:
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
220 University Tower
Irvine, CA
92697-5550
and must be received within the registration period.

Your application is not complete without the registration fee.

If you would rather submit your application in hard copy, you may print out the necessary (see below) documents and mail them to our office at:
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
220 University Tower
Irvine, CA
92697-5550

  • Application form and Information:
    Click here to download: [Word format] or PDF format.

  • Questionnaire:
    Click here to download : Word format or PDF format.

    (For Ages 8-12): Word format or PDF format

  • A photocopy of an identification document (passport or driver's license)
    certified by a Notary Public or by a Greek Orthodox Parish Priest.

  • A check payable to The Regents of the University of California
    (see fee schedule below).
IMPORTANT: Your application is not complete until the Examination fees have been paid. Fees must be received within the registration period. Incomplete applications will be rejected. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Other Useful Documents:
Examinations Guide, Price list and order form for study materials (may be ordered directly from the Center for the Greek Language in Greece).

2020 Examination Fees

    $ 100 for level A1 (children and adults)

    $ 100 for level A 2

    $ 120 for level B 1

    $ 120 for level B 2

    $ 120 for level Γ1

    $ 120 for level Γ2

Choosing the appropriate level

Center for the Greek Language (CGL)

The Center for the Greek Language has been assigned the exclusive responsibility of administring the Examination. Before choosing the appropriate level of examination, candidates may consult either their instructor and the samples and all relevant material uploaded on the respective website

Click to visit the CGL site »