The WSU Tech OASIS testing centers provides proctoring services for WSU Tech students, faculty, and community customers. The services include Accuplacer assessments, classroom exams, Health Occupation Credentialing, TEAS tests, Powersafe Training, and the WorkKeys. Call the testing center to schedule your appointment.
National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT)
4004 N. Webb Road | Room G109
Mon. – Thurs. | 8am – 6pm
Fri. | 8am – 5pm
3821 E. Harry | Room C112
Mon. – Wed. | 8:00am – 6:00pm
Thurs. | 8:00am – 8:00pm
Fri. | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Students planning to enroll at WSU Tech are allowed one free Accuplacer test session. Any additional attempts will require a testing fee. The Accuplacer is administered online and is untimed. Each section may be completed separately. Study materials and practices tests can be found online on the Accuplacer Website.
WSU Tech now uses EdReady for all general math placement. Please see the EdReady section for more information.
CNA, CMA, HHA
WSU Tech offers the Certified Nursing Aide (CNA), Certified Medication Aide (CMA), and Home Health Aide (HHA) exams to both WSU Tech students and community members. In order to ensure the proper paperwork is completed, appointments must be made a minimum of one week in advance. Payment will be required before the test is administered. Contact the testing center for more information.
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WSU Tech OASIS Testing Center provides a proctoring services for community customers. The customer must contact the testing center at least a week in advance to schedule their exam and fill out the required paperwork. The customer will be responsible for any fees regarding testing. Please call the testing center for more information.
316.677.9506 | email@example.com
Powersafe is a safety orientation and verification system for utility contractors. The system is administered by Alliance Safety Council. Appointments are required for Powersafe Trainings.
Please call the testing center for more information.
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The ACT WorkKeys assessment measure workplace skills in the areas of Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents. Successful completion of each assessment contributes to the Nation Career Readiness Certificate. These assessments are administered in an online environment and each averages about an hour to complete. Appointments are required to take the WorkKeys. Payment is due at the time of testing.
More information and study materials can be found online on the ACT webpage.
The WSU Tech Testing Center proctors makeup exams, midterms, and finals for WSU Tech students. Instructors must send proper paperwork before an exam can be administered. Appointments are recommended as there is limited seating in the testing centers.
EdReady is the Math placement assessment used at WSU Tech. There are two different assessments depending on your program entrance requirements. Please see the general education course placement guide for more information. Contact your advisor to ensure you take the correct placement.
Students planning to enroll at WSU Tech are allowed one free EdReady test session. Additional attempts will require a testing fee and are limited to 3 attempts in one calendar year. The assessment is untimed and administered on a computer.
If you are wanting to place into college level math including Trigonometry or Calculus, you will need to take the Accuplacer assessment. Please contact your advisor for more information.
CLEP (the College-Level Examination Program) offers exams that cover intro-level college course material. With a passing score on one CLEP exam, you could earn three or more college credits at WSU Tech.
CLEP was created to help individuals with prior knowledge in a college course subject earn their degree efficiently and inexpensively. That prior learning could have taken place through advanced high school courses, independent reading and study, online courseware or textbooks, noncredit courses, or on-the-job training.
Key CLEP Facts:
- Students take CLEP exams on a computer
- CLEP exams contain multiple choice questions.
- CLEP exams take about 90-120 minutes to complete
- CLEP exams are offered year-round
- Students receive their CLEP exam scores immediately after completing the exam.
- More than 2,900 U.S. colleges and universities grant credit for CLEP… including WSU Tech.
Register for CLEP
Steps to register for a CLEP exam:
- Go to the CollegeBoard CLEP registration webage at https://clep.collegeboard.org/register. You will need to create an account before selecting and paying for the CLEP exam you wish to take. Payment for the CLEP exam will need to be made through the CLEP website before you will be allowed to print a CLEP Voucher Ticket.
- After you have completed the registration and payment process through the CLEP website you will need to contact WSU Tech Testing to set up an appointment to come in to take your CLEP assessment. Contact information for WSU Tech Testing is provided below.
- WSU Tech CLEP Proctoring Fee: You will be required to pay a $25.00 proctoring fee before you take the exam. Payment can be made on the day you test at the WSU Tech Business Office. You will not be allowed to test until payment is made.
- CLEP Testing at WSU South: CLEP exams are only administered at the WSU Tech South Campus Testing Center. The address is provided below. For your testing appointment remember to bring your CLEP Voucher Ticket and also appropriate ID. Visit https://clep.collegeboard.org/earn-college-credit/taking-the-test for information on ID requirements.
- For more information visit https://clep.collegeboard.org/ or contact WSU Tech Testing at 316.677.9506.
CLEP For WSU Tech Credit
- The following is a list of CLEP exams accepted by WSU Tech. The CLEP General exams are mainly for freshman/first-year students. Check with your advisor before taking a CLEP General exam. If you are transferring to another college or university, check with them about CLEP tests and scores they accept.
|Exam||Score||Credit Hours||WSU Tech Course|
|Introductory Business Law||50||3||BUS 125 Business Law|
|Principles of Management||50||3||BUS 200 Principles of Management|
|Principles of Marketing||50||3||BUS 140 Principles of Marketing|
|Spanish Language, Level 1||50||5||FOL 101 Spanish I|
|Spanish Language, Level 2||63||5||FOL 110 Spanish II|
|American Government||50||3||POL 101 American Government|
|History of the United States I||50||3||HIS 110 United States History to 1877|
|History of the United States II||50||3||HIS 120 United States History since 1965|
|Introductory Psychology||50||3||PSY 101 General Psychology|
|Introductory Sociology||50||3||SOC 101 Principles of Sociology|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||50||3||ECO 105 Principles of Macroeconomics|
|Principles of Microeconomics||50||3||ECO 110 Principles of Microeconomics|
|Calculus||50||5||MTH 125 Calculus I|
|Chemistry||50||5||CHM 110 General Chemistry|
|College Algebra||50||3||MTH 112 College Algebra|
|College Mathematics||50||3||MTH 020 Math Fundamentals|