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.
- Some students may be exempt from placement tests based on SAT or ACT scores. You are exempt from some or all placement testing if you scored a minimum 500 on the critical reading or math sections of the SAT or at least a 21 on the reading, math or writing components of the ACT.
- SU Bridges has limited enrollment. Participation is on a first-come first-served basis. It is important that you take the Accuplacer assessment seriously because the three tests will determine your eligibility for the program. To learn more about the Accuplacer visit www.accuplacer.org.
- Salisbury University will be automatically notified of your registration and scores. Accuplacer scores are also provided immediately following the completion of the assessment. You may accept our offer of admission by paying the $300 non-refundable admissions deposit through your GullNet account. This feature will be available 48 hours after passing scores have been earned
How to Register for the Required Accuplacer Assessments
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:
Accuplacer Assessment Scores
- English/Writing – Sentence Structure Score of 70 or greater
- Reading – Reading Comprehension Score of 60 or greater
- Arithmetic Score of 80 or greater
- Elementary Algebra Score of 36
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.