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EPP Registration for On Campus Testing -DO NOT REGISTER ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO TAKE THE EPP FOR QUALITY ENHANCEMENT PLAN (QEP) OR FIRST IN THE WORLD GRANT (FITW) REGISTER ON GRADES FIRST FOR THAT EPP TESTING.

Prior to graduating all students have to take the ETS Proficiency Profile (EPP). Students must have a minimum of 90 credit hours and graduating within the semester they plan to register for the EPP.  The ETS Proficiency Profile assesses four core skill areas —critical thinking, reading, writing and mathematics —in a single test. It measures proficiency in critical thinking, reading, writing and mathematics in the context of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, and academic skills developed, as opposed to subject knowledge taught, in general education courses. Students have 90 minutes to complete the test consisting of 36 multiple-choice questions.
  1. New testing dates and times will be posted Monthly. Please check for New date and times the day after the most recent testing session.
  2. Students are allowed to reschedule one time during a semester. Spaces are very limited please make every effort to come in your scheduled test date.
  3. Students will be notified by email if their registration is denied.
  4. Students should print their admittance verification and bring it along with their student ID the day of the test. If you have misplaced your verification form or have difficulties printing your verification form, you can be admitted only if you are on the roster and have a valid student ID.
  5. If you show up on a test date you have not registered for you will not be on the roster.
  6. If you are not on the exam roster you will not be admitted into the testing room if there are no spaces available.  
  7. Students should plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the exam start time. You may not be admitted if you are late to your testing session.
  8. Graduating seniors who have not registered or taken the EPP before all testing dates are closed will have to call the testing lab to schedule a makeup date.
  9. A student must be completing graduation requirements to be eligible to take the EPP.
  10. If you have any further questions, please call Counseling Services at (256) 782-5475.

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