About the Testing Center The Testing Center supports academic testing required outside the classroom for applicants and currently enrolled students. The Admissions Office determines which parts of the Placement test are required upon receipt of: - Requested GED high school and/or college transcripts; - SAT/ACT scores if taken- not required; and - Previously earned COMPASS test scores
Tests administered from the Testing Center Placement Tests (COMPASS): All applicants must take the Placement Test unless exempted by the Admissions Office. All official records should be sent to Admissions as soon as possible so that Placement Test status can be determined.
Ability to Benefit: ASCC offers certificate programs for students who do not have a high school diploma or GED. Students must be 16 years of age and pass the Ability to Benefit test.
GED: The tests of General Educational Development (GED) are offered to adults who do not graduate from high school. For additional information, contact the ASCC Adult Education web page.
TEAS: The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS V) is administered to all students considering admission to the Nursing program. To register for the test, you will need to set up an account with ATI at http://www.atitesting.com/ For additional information, contact the ASCC Nursing ADN and/or PN web pages.
COMPASS Placement Retesting Policy ASCC allows one retest for applicants required to take the Placement test. Retesting is voluntary and must be done BEFORE meeting with an advisor to register for classes.
Students with documented disabilities who require special testing conditions should contact Ms. Rhonda Dees, (251) 575-8281 or (334) 637-3140.
To request testing information not provided on this site, call (251) 575-8314 or (334) 637-3182 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.