Wor-Wic Community College requires college readiness competency on the Accuplacer Assessment in reading, writing and math as a condition of enrollment into the SU Bridges Program. Your SAT or ACT scores may exempt you from a portion or all parts of the Accuplacer. If testing is required, Salisbury University Office of Admissions will communicate the need for testing by US mail
You may take the Accuplacer free of charge at Wor-Wic Community College; no appointment is necessary. Please visit www.worwic.edu, Future Students > Admissions > Diagnostic Testing for Testing Center Hours.
OR take the Assessment at another location:
Step 1. Find a location. Visit it www.salisbury.edu/subridges/testinglocations.html to find a location offering the Accuplacer near you.
Step 2. Call your chosen testing center to be sure this location will administer the Accuplacer to you and obtain a contact name and email address. Note that you must call this location again at Step 5 to make an appointment. Fees may apply and vary by location.
Step 3. Send an e-mail to Wor-Wic Community College’s Testing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating that you are a prospective SU Bridges student: “I am a prospective SU Bridges student, first name, last (SU ID#). I will be testing at [location]. Please send necessary testing information to [testing center contact person] at [email address].” Please allow WWCC 48 hours to respond to you with a confirmation that a request for remote testing has been made at the location requested.
Step 4. Accuplacer will then e-mail you the important testing information needed at check-in at the testing center you selected.
Step 5. Contact your chosen testing center to schedule an appointment for testing.
Note: The Accuplacer Assessment may be repeated once after 24 hours have passed. Additional fees may apply at remote testing centers.
If you have not earned minimum Accuplacer assessment scores, you will not be able to participate in the SU Bridges program. You are encouraged to begin taking classes in the fall at your local community college to address those important skills before attending SU. You are still welcome to attend SU in the spring, provided that you earn a 2.0 GPA in any attempted college-level courses. To attend Salisbury University for the spring semester, please contact the Office of Admissions at 410-543-6161.
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