Foreign Language Placement Exams
For Chinese, French, German, Russian or Spanish.
Beginning Spring 2014 semester the Center for Student Success is transitioning the Language Placement Exam testing to the Department of Languages and Culture. The student assistant to the Language Placement Exam, Joya Soiland, will be answering all inquiries. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may take the exam a maximum of THREE times during their Cal Lutheran career.
Students whose proctored test results show they are proficient at the second semester level or higher will complete the CORE 21 Foreign Language requirement but will NOT receive course credit.
- CORE-21 Foreign Language Requirements
- LPE Testing Policies
- PLACEMENT vs. PROFICIENCY
- Scoring Break Down for Chinese, French, German, Russian and Spanish
- Accommodations for Disability Related Needs Policies and Procedures
Spring 2015 - Proctored LPE Test Dates
Please note, during testing any form of academic dishonesty will be reported to Academic Affairs.
Graduating Seniors: If you are planning to graduate in May and/or walk in May, the last opportunity to complete the language exam in a proctored setting and apply towards your degree is the last testing date listed before April 1st.
|5:00 - 6:30pm|
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|4/14/15||SBET 138||5:00 - 6:30pm|
For additional questions please email Jewel Soiland, the student assistant for the Language Placement Exam, at email@example.com.
CLU ID is required at the time of testing.
If you are proficient in another language aside from the ones listed above (Chinese, French, German, Russian and Spanish), you may request testing in that language by contacting Jewel Soiland, the student assistant for the Language Placement Exam, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The foreign language requirement is waived for international students who verify academic study of their native language through the high school level.
Please note that not all languages may be available and fees may apply to secure order, proctor, and grade the exam. These tests are for proficiency ONLY. Upon successfully passing the exam you will be exempt from taking foreign language at CLU, but you will not receive any credits.