University Exit Exam

All students admitted into a baccalaureate degree program during or after the fall 1993 semester must complete a nationally normed test designed to assess basic academic knowledge and skills. Students must take this University Exit Exam prior to graduation and upon the completion of 90 or more credit hours. Students who complete more than one baccalaureate degree are only required to take the exam one time. Exceptions to the exam requirement may be made for students who return to the University to complete a degree that was started prior to the fall 1993 semester and who do not have to complete any new degree requirements as decided by the academic department involved.

Information regarding the University Exit Exam may be obtained from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, the Office of the Registrar, the academic departments, and academic advisors.

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