Testing Services, located in the office of Student Affairs and the Academic Resource Center, is responsible for the coordination and administration of testing programs available to Western students and community members.
Basic information and testing dates can be found on the Testing Calendar.
Western Placement Exams:
The Academic Resource Center administers the Accuplacer English and math placement exams at Western Colorado University. For information about the tests available, please refer to the Accuplacer Testing Information.
Note to students with disabilities: The Academic Resource Center administers the Accuplacer placement exams for students with disabilities who qualify for testing accommodations. Accuplacer exams are not timed, so students who only need extended time may take the exams as scheduled by the Academic Resource Center.
To schedule an Accuplacer exam, please stop by or call the Academic Resource Center (Taylor Hall Room 302- 970.943.7056). Tests are administered by appointment.
Tests Offered Through Testing Services:
- ACT – National
- GRE General and Subject Tests – Graduate Record Exam
- SAT – National Test
- MPRE – Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination
- LSAT – Law School Admission Test
- PRAXIS Series – Professional Assessments for Beginning Teachers
Tests Offered Through the Academic Resource Center
Other Testing Services and Test Preparation Sites
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