The California State University (CSU) requires you to take the English Placement Test (EPT) and Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) exam prior enrollment in CSU.
CliffsTestPrep ELM & EPT PDF (Adobe DRM) can be read on any device that can open PDF (Adobe DRM) files. Since University requirements change periodically, it is important that you know which set of GE and major requirements apply to you, and what catalog options are available to you. Continuous Enrollment begins when you have graduated from high school and enroll in either a California State University (such as Sacramento State) or a California Community College (such as American River College). B.There is no restriction on overlap between courses taken for a minor and General Education. Note: The overlap policy is slightly different for students whose catalog rights begin prior to Fall 1992.
Courses listed in General Education are subject to change, as new courses are approved and others are deleted. All students whose catalog is Fall 1992 or later are required to meet a foreign language requirement for the baccalaureate degree.
If the language requirement has not been completed through one of the above options, students must meet the Sacramento State foreign language graduation requirement by completing one of the following options. The Proficiency Test for Spanish is given in a group lab setting, and will assess Listening and Reading skills. Students must submit their Test Registration Form to the Department of Foreign Languages, MRP 2051, at least ONE WEEK prior to the test date.
All students must take the EPT or document their exemptions before registering in their first semester of classes.
The EPT may be taken at any CSU campus; placement tests taken at other colleges or universities do not apply.
If you qualify for an exemption under any of the provisions above, go to the Student Services Counter, LSN Hall, first floor to arrange documentation.
Undergraduate international students and permanent residents must take the EDT (1) if they did not take the English Placement Test (EPT) at Sacramento State or (2) if they fulfilled the freshman composition requirement (ENGL 1A) at another campus.
All students must complete a first-year writing course (GE Area A2) with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better. You must take the English Placement Test (EPT), and you may be required to take one or more preparatory course before enrolling in ENGL 1A or ENGL 2. All CSU students subject to the degree requirements of the 1979-80 and subsequent catalogs must satisfy the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR) before graduation. Beginning Fall semester 2009, undergraduate students now fulfill the GWAR through the two-step placement process outlined below.
Students will choose to take EITHER the Writing Placement for Juniors (WPJ) timed essay exam OR the ENGL 109M or 109W class (whichever course is most appropriate) to receive their GWAR placement numbers. Students with Disabilities: Students who are registered with the Services to Students with Disabilities (SSWD) office may be eligible to receive testing accommodations for the WPJ. Multilingual Students: Multilingual students who have an English Diagnostic Test (EDT) score of 2-5 are eligible to receive extra time to take the WPJ exam.
Transfer Students: If you satisfied the GWAR at another CSU campus, go to the Writing Programs Office located in CLV Hall 111, (916) 278-6409 to see how you can transfer that completed requirement from your previous campus to Sacramento State. Make-up Exam: A make-up exam is available after each WPJ exam for students who arena€™t able to attend the day of the exam for religious, academic, medical, or emergency reasons.
During the online registration period: a written statement on letterhead from your clergy, proof of conflicting exam appointment, a class schedule showing a Saturday course, or a letter from your coach showing a conflicting athletic event.
By 12PM on the Tuesday following the exam: a doctora€™s note or police accident report proving an emergency on the day of the exam.
Students who have other, compelling reasons for missing the exam may submit a written request to take the make-up exam to the Writing Programs Office in Calaveras Hall, Room 111 by 12PM on the Tuesday following the exam. 40 - Pass ENGL 86, then pass ENGL 109M, then pass a Writing Intensive course with a 'C-' or higher.
Graduate students who did not complete their graduate-level GWAR requirement prior to Fall 2010 will follow the two-step placement process outlined below. Step 1: The first step of the graduate GWAR will assess your writing to determine your readiness for graduate-level writing tasks.
If you meet one of the equivalency standards listed below, fill out the waiver form available on the Office of Graduate Studiesa€™ Web site, attach the appropriate accompanying materials, and submit everything according to the instructions on the form.
Graduated with a baccalaureate degree or equivalent from a US-accredited University with a cumulative GPA of 3.7 or above (attach copy of school transcript). Have been Instructor of record of a college-level writing course taught in the English language at a US-accredited University approved by the Office of the Graduate Dean. The GWI course will immerse graduate students in the discourse of their academic or professional discipline and prepare graduate students to participate effectively in that discourse. The WPG will ask writers to compose two essays, after reading a selection of brief texts, which represent a variety of genres typical in scholarly and professional writing, such as graphs, charts, tables, bullet lists, and scholarly prose. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: A Those registered with the Services to Students with Disabilities (SSWD) may be eligible to receive testing accommodations for the WPG. MULTILINGUAL STUDENTS: Those who have an English Diagnostic Test (EDT) score of 2-5 are eligible to receive extra time to take the WPG exam. PREPARING FOR THE EXAM: At the end of the online registration process, at the bottom of your registration confirmation page, you will find a link to help you sign up for a GWAR workshop. During the online registration period: a written statement on letterhead from your clergy, proof of a conflicting exam appointment, a class schedule showing a conflicting course, or a letter from your coach showing a conflicting athletic event. By 12PM on the day of the exam: a doctora€™s note or police accident report proving an emergency on the day of the exam. Students who have other, compelling reasons for missing the exam may submit a written request to take the make-up exam to the Writing Programs Office in Calaveras Hall, Room 111 by 12PM on the day of the exam.
AFTER THE EXAM: Scores for the WPG exam should be available approximately one week after the exam is completed. Step 2: Graduate students must complete Step 1 of the graduate-level GWAR requirement before they advance to candidacy.
Effective Fall 2010, completion of the undergraduate-level GWAR requirement at Sac State or any other CSU campus will NOT fulfill the graduate-level GWAR. Successful completion of a Writing Intensive course with a C- or better fulfills the GWAR for undergraduate students. If you are an entering freshman who scores in one of the ranges below GE level on the EPT, you must enroll in the course which corresponds to your placement range in the first semester at Sacramento State.
If English is your second language and you did not take the EPT at Sacramento State, you must take the English Diagnostic Test (EDT). If you took the EPT at Sacramento State, you completed a survey to determine if you were multilingual. The ELM examination tests for entry level mathematics skills acquired through three years of rigorous college preparatory mathematics coursework (normally Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry).
Mathematics: If you are not exempt from the ELM Exam, you must satisfy the ELM requirement by either passing the ELM Exam or passing the appropriate preparatory math courses.
After passing the ELM Exam or the appropriate ELM equivalency courses, you may enroll in MATH 1 for the General Education Quantitative Reasoning requirement or take a Mathematics Department Diagnostic Test as a prerequisite to enrollment in other mathematics courses.
You must complete a total of 51 units distributed among the Areas specified in this pattern. A second semester composition course is required of all students with catalog rights beginning Fall 1992 or later.


Several undergraduate programs offer enough evening, weekend, or eLearning courses to enable a student to complete a degree by attending only evenings, weekends, or online.
If your test scores determine that you need extra coursework to be ready for college level courses in English, math or both, you must enroll in Early Start courses the summer before your first term at Sacramento State or at another CSU. You will be notified throughout the application, admission, and registration process about this requirement. If you are required to complete Early Start courses, you must sign up for them prior to beginning your regular semester classes.
Students completing the Directed Self Placement Program activities (English) at Sacramento State. Questions from students who plan to enroll at Sac State Early Start can be directed to the Admissions & Outreach Office at (916) 278-7766.
The course fee does not include any campus parking fees or the cost of course instruction materials, which vary by class and campus.
California residents who apply for financial aid and have an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $5,000 or less may be eligible for a waiver of the per unit fee. Please see the Communications Archive on the Admissions & Outreach web site for other admissions-related communications. You may maintain continuous enrollment by attending colleges which are not part of the California State University (CSU) system or the California Community College (CCC) system as long as (1) you first attend a CSU or CCC and (2) do not attend a non-CSU or non-CCC for more than two years in a row. Each semester you register will apply to continuous enrollment, regardless of whether you complete the semester or pass your courses.
Advising is available to students with questions about General Education in the Academic Advising and Career Center, LSN Hall 1013, on a drop-in basis. Students must petition to request exceptions or substitutions to the General Education or graduation requirements. Students must sign up in the Department of Foreign Languages, MRP 2051, by Friday, October 8, 2010, for the Fall semester tests and February 25, 2011 for the Spring semester tests. All students must complete ENGL 1A (College Composition) with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better. All CSU students subject to the degree requirements of the 1979-80 and subsequent catalogs must satisfy the Graduation Writing Assessmemt Requirement (GWAR) before graduation.
Make-up Exam: A make-up exam date is available after each WPJ exam for students who aren't able to attend the day of exam.
If you are unable to attend the regular exam for some reason other than those listed above, you may submit a written WPJ make-up request to the Writing Programs Office, CLV Hall 111 by Tuesday following the exam.
Graduate students completing their GWAR requirement Fall semester 2009 through August 2010 follow the same process outlined for Second Bachelor's students above.
Beginning August 2010, writing proficiency at the graduate level will be demonstrated by successful completion of the culminating experience. Successful completion of a Writing Intensive course fulfills the GWAR for undergraduate students. A second semester composition course is required of all studentswith catalog rights beginning Fall 1992 or later. Several undergraduate programs offer enough evening, weekend, or distance education courses to enable a student to complete a degree by attending only evenings, weekends, or online.
A home pregnancy test such as an EPT is easy way to detect the presence of hormones in urine. Students who enter Sacramento State as freshmen use the catalog requirements in effect when they begin at Sacramento State.
Students who transfer to Sacramento State may use (1) the catalog requirements in effect when they enter Sacramento State, (2) the catalog requirements in effect when they graduate from Sacramento State, or (3) the requirements which were in effect when their continuous enrollment (defined below) began. You maintain continuous enrollment as long as you register one semester in each calendar year. Only courses appearing in the "GE Pattern List" in the current online catalog are approved for General Education credit. All students who began continuous enrollment in the Fall of 1992 or later are required to meet the foreign language graduation requirement.
All students who began continuous enrollment in Fall of 1992 or later must complete a second semester of English composition. All students who began continuous enrollment in the Fall of 1990 or later must complete a course in Race and Ethnicity in American Society, identified in the GE Pattern List by a (+). Students who began continuous enrollment in the Fall of 1988 or later must have at least a 2.0 GPA in General Education courses and grades of at least a€?C-a€? in the courses taken to satisfy Categories A1, A2, A3, and B4. Consult a Liberal Studies advisor for specific requirements, LSN Hall 2008, (916) 278-6342. Child Development majors: For majors following the Academic Program with Pre-Credential Preparation, most GE requirements are included in the major. Passing intermediate-level tests in two of four skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Completing the second semester or equivalent (1B) of a college-level language (or ASL) course, or a higher level course, with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better.
This test determines whether you should enroll in ENGL 1A (College Composition), ENGL 1 (Basic Writing Skills), ENGL 10 (Academic Literacies I), ENGL 11 (Academic Literacies II), or ENGL 15 (College Language Skills).
Students who need accommodations because of disabilities should get a clearance from the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities, LSN Hall 1008, (916) 278-6955 and submit it with the test registration materials at least a week before the deadline.
If you are an upper division student, failure to take the EDT by the end of your first semester on campus will prevent registration in any classes during your second semester.
This requirement can be met by taking a year long sequence, ENGL 10 and 11, or by taking a one-semester accelerated course, ENGL 1A. Students should begin the GWAR placement process once they attain junior standing but before they complete 74 units. During the exam, you will be given an hour and 45 minutes to brainstorm (15 minutes) and write two short essays. Once the online registration period for the WPJ closes, make-up requests will only be considered for students who are already registered for the Saturday exam. Through the semester you will write and revise several documents about the research and writing methods in your major discipline; you will use these to create a GWAR Portfolio.
The GWAR placement number will indicate which course(s) each student will need to complete to fulfill the GWAR requirement. Graduate students will choose one of the three options below to complete the first step; students should consult with their graduate program advisors to choose the best option for them.
Students should request accommodations through the SSWD office at least one week before the registration deadline, and then register for the WPG online. These workshops are free, one-time, one-hour informational sessions for students who are getting ready for the WPG.
Once the online registration period for the WPG closes, make-up requests will only be considered for students who already registered online for the Monday exam.
Students who are identified as needing additional help in order to complete graduate-level writing tasks will be required to take a Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course in their graduate program or to take ENGL 220W (offered through the College of Continuing Education). The graduate-level GWAR is then met through the completion of each studenta€™s graduate program requirements. Students who graduated from a CSU campus who intend to complete their graduate degrees at Sac State will need to follow the above graduate-level GWAR requirement to graduate. All preparatory courses must be completed within the studenta€™s first year of enrollment; otherwise, the student will not be allowed to continue at the University, resulting in Administrative Disqualification.


You must also enroll for the next course in the sequence in the following semester until college level English is complete.
All undergraduate students must take the test or be exempted from it prior to placement in appropriate university mathematics coursework.
Contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (916-278-6534) for additional information. At least 9 units must be in upper division GE courses (100-199) taken after you complete 60 units of coursework. Completion of Engl 20 (or an approved equivalent) with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better fulfills this graduation requirement. Although these programs do not follow a a€?cohort modela€? with a planned sequence of courses over a two to three year period, students can complete degrees with proper planning and advising. Exempt students have scored high on another standardized test, such as the SAT or ACT, or have earned transferrable credits from another college. Only courses appearing in the a€?GE Pattern Lista€? in the current online catalog are approved for General Education credit.
Completing the second semester or equivalent (1B) of a college-level language (or ASL) course with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better.
This test determines whether you should enroll in ENGL 1A (College Composition), ENGL 1 (Basic Writing Skills), or ENGL 15 (College Language Skills).
This requirement may also be met by completing a course equivalent to ENGL 1A at another college or university. After online registration for exam ends, make-up requests will only be accepted for students who were already registered for the exam. Students who have an EDT score of 2 or 3 must also complete ENGL 86 before registering for ENGL 109M. Students shall have their preparedness for graduate level writing assessed by the end of their first semester of graduate study.
Students who need special accommodations because of disabilities should get a clearance from the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities, LSN Hall 1008, (916) 278-6955 and submit it with the test registration materials at least a week before the deadline. For example, if you graduated from high school last Spring and began at Sacramento State in the Fall Semester 2010, your catalog rights begin in Fall 2010 and you are required to fulfill the GE and major requirements outlined in the University catalog in effect in Fall 2010. For example, if you began at Sierra College in Fall 2009 and have been continuously enrolled since then, you have catalog rights to Fall 2009.
If English is not your first language and you could benefit from instruction for multilingual writers, the EPT, taken at Sacramento State will place you in equivalent multilingual courses: ENGL 2 (College Composition for Multilingual Students), ENGL 10M (Academic Literacies I - Multilingual), ENGL 11M (Academic Literacies II-Multilingual), ENGL 87 (Basic Writing Skills for Multilingual Students), or ENGL 86 (College Language Skills for Multilingual Students). Students who do not meet this policy requirement will have registration holds placed on them when they complete 74 units.
For more information about receiving testing accommodations as a student with a disability, please contact the SSWD office in Lassen Hall room 1008 or at (916) 278-6725. All graduate students must complete the first step of the GWAR requirement before they may advance to candidacy. Please note: At this time, not all graduate programs have a GWI course for their students. For more information about receiving testing accommodations as a student with a disability, please contact the SSWD office in Lassen Hall, Room 1008 or at (916) 278-6955.
For more information about receiving testing accommodations as a multilingual student, please contact the Learning Skills Center in Lassen Hall room 2200 (phone: 916-278-6725).
The workshop will give you information about the exam, show you a sample WPG exam, and give you a chance to ask any questions you might have about the exam. Students may have the option of meeting this requirement with a course offered in the major; check with your major department. Contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for GE math information, (916) 278-6534. Completion of Engl 1A (or the equivalent) with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better is a prerequisite. For example, if you began at Sierra College in Fall 1997 and have been continuously enrolled since then, you have catalog rights to Fall 1997. If English is not your first language and you could benefit from instruction for multilingual writers, the EPT, taken at Sacramento State will place you in equivalent multilingual courses: ENGL 2 (College Composition for Multilingual Students), ENGL 87 (Basic Writing Skills for Multilingual Students), or ENGL 86 (College Language Skills for Multilingual Students).
Multilingual students may meet the requirement by completing ENGL 2 with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better.
To qualify for a make-up exam, students must present one of the following to the Testing Center located in Lassen Hall, room 2302 by 12pm on the Tuesday following the exam. Students' preparedness may be demonstrated by meeting one of the standards specified on the WPG Equivalency form. Completion of Engl 1A (or the equivlent) with a grade of a€?C-a€? or better is a prerequisite.
Your essay will be read by one member of the CSU English faculty and scores range from a high 6 to low 1. As long as you maintain continuous enrollment (defined below), you will not be responsible for any requirements added after that time.
You must take the EPT before you can enroll in any classes in the University, and you must enroll in your required preparatory classes (ENGL 15, ENGL 1 or ENGL 86, ENGL 87) in your first semester and complete your preparatory class sequence by the end of your first year at Sacramento State. You are asked to write a short essay in which you make an argument about a topic arising from those sources. If you opt to complete the Early Start course at a campus other than California State University, Sacramento, you will need to follow the registration instructions provided by that campus AND provide verification of completion of courses to Sacramento State. For example, if you were registered Spring 2009, did not register Fall 2009 and Spring 2010, and registered again in Fall 2010, you have maintained continuous enrollment because you enrolled one semester in 2009 and one in 2010. You must take the English Placement Test (EPT) and you may be required to take one or more preparatory course before enrolling in ENGL 1A or ENGL 2. After online registration for the exam ends, make-up requests will only be accepted for students who are already registered for the exam.
Students who do not meet any of these standards must take either the Writing Placement for Graduates (WPG), a timed essay exam, or a Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course in their program during the first semester of graduate study at California State University, Sacramento. Students also have the option of choosing to meet the catalog requirements in effect when they graduate from Sacramento State. The second essay (30 minutes) will ask you to respond to a specific prompt about either your experiences with writing or your writing process. To find their scores, students should click on the a€?Test Score Summarya€? link in the My Sac State Student Center.
See the a€?Multilinguala€? chart below for information on placement in multilingual courses.
Students whose performance on the WPG indicates that they need additional preparation will be placed into either a GWI course or ENGL 220W (offered through CCE).
For more information, contact the Graduate Admissions Office located in the River Front Center, Room 206 (916) 278-6470.



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