Computer Assessment Fall 2012
Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110.
All new students, both freshmen and transfer, have the option to take the Computer Assessment during Freshman Seminar week on Wednesday, August 15 from 9 am-3 pm in the Math Emporium located in Green Hall, across from the Tolsma Indoor Track. If you cannot make this session, open labs will also be available beginning August 27 until October 18 only on Monday and Thursday nights in rooms 3346 of DeMoss Hall at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm. We will not be testing October 11 due to Fall Break. Arrive 15 minutes early for each session to ensure availability.
If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).
Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.
Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.
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