Mathematics Placement Exams should be completed online (if required by your major) as it will not be administered at Orientation. Students in the following majors need to complete the Math Placement Test:
Biology (all concentrations) Business (all programs) Chemistry (all concentrations) Computer Science Digital Information Design Economics Environmental Studies/Sciences Exercise Science Integrated Marketing Communication Mathematics (all programs) Middle Level Mathematics track Pre-engineering
Undeclared students (those who are undecided) considering one of the majors listed above may take the exam. Undeclared students may also wait until deciding on a major to take the exam. Please click on the "Mathematics Exam" link on the left-hand side of the page for more information on the test.
The Foreign Language Placement Test will be administered at all Freshman Orientation sessions and at Fall and Spring Orientation. Students in majors that require a foreign language who wish to continue in their previous study of French, German, or Spanish should plan to take the test. You do NOT need to take the test if you plan on starting a new language or are in a major that does not require a foreign language.
All students majoring in programs in the College of Arts and Sciences (except the BSW - Social Work) are required to have competency in a language at the 102 level. In the College of Visual and Performing Arts, only the BA in Art and Art History are required to have competency in a language at the 102 level. Please click on the "Foreign Language Exam" link on the left-hand side of the page for more information on the test, including information on whether or not you will need to take it.
The Chemistry Placement Test is no longer being offered. Registration for CHEM105 will be based on SAT and ACT test scores. Students who meet any of the following criteria will be able to register for CHEM105:
Students who meet the following criteria will be able to register for CHEM104:
Students with Math SAT scores of 450 or lower (ACT Math of 18 or lower) must first complete a college math course with a final grade of C or higher before taking CHEM104.Please click on the "Chemistry Exam" link on the left-hand side of the page for more information.