Placement Testing

Placement testing is an important step in the orientation and registration process. The results will be used to place you in the courses that match your academic plan and needs. You will have access to your placement testing 24 hours after you register for orientation. Please complete your placement testing as soon as possible after you register for orientation. All placement testing should be completed no later than 72 hours prior to your program.

All students need to complete the proctored math placement test found in the HAWKS 100-Getting Ready course. The use of outside calculators is prohibited. If one is required, the testing software will provide one.

The math test is available, and all incoming students who have not taken it should do so as soon as possible.

Review the English Department's Guided Self-Placement Process.

Language Placement Tests

Incoming students can take placement exams for French, German or Spanish. Depending on courses already taken or interest, students can elect to take these tests during orientation. Students who meet the criteria may receive course credit for their Spanish oral proficiency level.

All students who are native language speakers, or have taken at least two years of one of these languages, are encouraged to take a placement exam. In many cases, completing the exams enables a student to proceed to Level 2 or 3 of the language. Sometimes, students place out of the college requirement, freeing those credits to be used toward a minor or second major. For more information about our Foreign Languages major, minor, and certificate programs, visit Foreign Languages.

Placement Testing Overview: What you need to know

Looking to get ahead in the placement process? Do you have specific questions or need assistance? If so, you should register to attend one of our "Placement Testing Overview: What You Need to Know Zoom" presentations. These presentations will provide specific information about the placement testing process and give you the opportunity to ask questions.

Zoom Links

Equivalency Resources

College Level Exam Placement Exam, Advance Placement, and International Baccalaureate Equivalency Charts. Also, please see the Transfer Credit Evaluation Tool.