The English, ESL and math placement exams assist students with identifying what level of courses to enroll in at the college. Click on the links to the right to access information on the testing process, including Testing Hours, Required Items for Testing, Study Guide and other information. We also have a helpful Frequently Asked Questions section that you can refer to as well. We look forward to your visit at the Assessment Services Office.
The Student Success Act requires all first-time college students to complete steps 1-4 below. Students who do not complete these steps will receive a later registration date/time. Plan to complete the steps early so you can register on your assigned registration date/time. Waiting until the week of your assigned registration date is not advisable because you could experience a delay with registration due to enrollment processing time requirements and classes fill quickly. Students can look-up their registation date/time on LancerPoint. Students must apply for admission to the college before the steps can be completed.
Step 1: Complete the New Student Online Orientation before testing. The entire orientation must be completed, including the quiz at the end.
Step 2: Take the ACCUPLACER English or ESL and Math Placement Exams. Students should review the Test Preparation information before taking the exam to become familiar with the exam format. Refer to the links to the right for required items for testing, how to prepare, etc. If you have taken the ACCUPLACER exam at another college or English, ESL or Math classes, view the Exemption and Policies link for further instructions.
Step 3: Attend a Group Counseling Session to Create an Educational Plan. Counseling appointments can be made in Building L Room 104. Both the English or ESL and math exams must be completed before you can make an appointment for counseling. Placement testing results, a Valid Photo ID and a pencil are required for the counseling session.
Step 4: Declare a Major by the time you earn 15 degree applicable units. Students who have completed 100 or more degree applicable units will receive a later registration date/time. Special courses such as, Counseling 17 are available to assist you with choosing a major. Speak with a Counselor for further information.