Information found at this website is subject to change. This is particularly true for minimum score requirements as well as for test fees and dates which often vary from year to year.
The primary purpose of University Testing Services is to provide assessment, evaluation, and university-wide testing services for Fayetteville State University (FSU), prospective students, and the local community through the collection and processing of test data, creation of assessment instrument, and the sharing of measurement and testing expertise to constituencies throughout the FSU campus. The office provides integrated assessment and evaluation information in ways that will continuously improve FSU, and also provides both national and institutional testing for the purposes of admission, placement, and course credit.
University Testing Services administers exams for the purpose of admissions, class placement, graduation competency, licensure, credentialing, and professional certification. Services provided to incoming and registered students include the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT), Miller’s Analogy Test (MAT), ACCUPLACER, Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) and a variety of departmental exit and placement exams.
In addition to the services offered to FSU students, University Testing Services assists students in advancing their education by administering entrance exams required by professional schools such as Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), GMAT, and the General Record Exam (GRE), as well as offering certification examinations for teachers such as the PRAXIS and the Foundations of Excellence, and various other certification programs including Board Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) and American Council on Exercise. (ACE).