Placement tests assess your math and English skills to confirm you’re prepared to tackle your first-semester courses.
To ensure an equal playing field for all students, on- and off-campus accommodations are available for eligible students. Some examples include having extra time to take your test, testing at a limited distraction site, and working with a test reader. Check out Disability and Access Resources for a more complete list.
Ready to register for accommodated testing? Go to your applicant dashboard to get started. Accommodations need to be approved prior to testing. Placement testing accommodations can be arranged based on a history of the testing accommodations you received during high school. However, documentation of your disability is needed for accommodations as an enrolled student. Please complete the self-disclosure form.
- For your convenience, off-campus testing is recommended.
- You’ll get 1.5 times the usual allotted time to complete testing.
- Placement requirements must be met before an offer of acceptance will be made.
Every major requires one or more math courses. Math placement tests identify which level of math is an ideal starting point for you.
Measures ability to perform basic operations and to solve problems that involve pre-algebra and elementary algebraic skills and concepts.
- 45 minutes
- 58 questions
Accesses ability to perform basic algebraic operations and to solve problems that involve intermediate algebraic skills and geometry concepts.
- 30 minutes
- 26 questions
Functions & Graphs
Measures ability to perform operations and to solve problems that involve functions and graphs. Readiness for calculus is determined through the use of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions.
- 45 minutes
- 37 questions
Preparing for Placement Testing
Prior to Testing
Complete the Math Information Form
Along with your placement test results, these answers will be used to determine your level of math proficiency. Complete this form prior to testing:
- Log on to the Student Information System (SIS).
- Select “Admissions Information” on the left.
- Select “Placement Testing” to go directly to the form.
- Answer all questions carefully before submitting. Once you submit, you will not be able to return.
Take Sample Tests & Review Sample Questions
Take advantage of these resources. Get an idea of what to expect on the tests and see where you need some practice.
What to Bring for On-Campus Testing
- Photo identification (such as a driver's license or passport) to present at check-in
- Calculator (optional)
- Water or other bottled beverage (optional)
All test materials, including pencils, will be provided.
What to Do for Off-Campus Testing
- Confirm that your proctor has received the password necessary to access your tests.
- Log in to the Student Information System (SIS) to complete testing. Refer to your email for your list of required tests.
- Use a calculator, if desired.