Placement Testing

Placement testing is available for math, calculus readiness, writing and language.

Depending on the requirements of your program, you may need to take placement testing to ensure you can register for the appropriate level courses if you do not already have credits to fulfill the requirements of your program.

Placement testing requires access to a computer and high-speed internet.

Math Placement Tests

Writing Placement

Learn about options for meeting First Year and Sophomore Writing requirements, as well as Directed Self-Placement

Language Placement

Language placement tests cover grammar, vocabulary and reading comprehension.

For clarification on language placement policies, please contact Dr. Catherine Fountain at

Office of Disability Resources

Contact the Office of Disability Resources (ODR), if you need accommodations due to a disability for placement tests or during Advising or Orientation. Please submit your request for accommodations at least two weeks prior to your event.

Request accommodations