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Before signing up for classes, new incoming first-year students are required to take the Accuplacer placement assessment in math and writing. These assessments will determine which math and writing classes you will take first. Transfer students should contact Rachel Arno, Director of Academic Advising, to determine if taking Accuplacer will be necessary. It is crucial that you prepare for and take your Accuplacer placement assessment seriously. To access sample questions and electronic study apps, please use the links on the right margin of this page. For answers to other frequently asked questions, please see our FAQ page.
Accuplacer placement assessments are held on campus and must be completed before attending spring/summer orientation. If coming to the Regis campus for testing is not possible, due to living out of state or an extenuating circumstance, you may take Accuplacer off campus with a qualified proctor and a computer that meets the basic system requirements.
Please note: A minimum of 72 hours notice is required to process an off-site Accuplacer request.
If you have a documented disability and wish to request accommodations during Accuplacer, please contact Courtney Mulligan, Director, Student Disability and Accessibility Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-768-7384. Please also review the information in the Student Disability Services Packet.
On campus Accuplacer sessions are now open for January 2016. Please contact Jonathan Chen, Coordinator of Academic Advising, with questions regarding taking an Accuplacer assessment.
Coordinator of Academic Advising
Director, Student Disability and Accessibility Services