Course Placement Information
FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS REQUIREMENTS & ORIENTATION COURSE PLACEMENT
The University of the Pacific is committed to your academic success, including ensuring that you are placed in the appropriate courses to support your learning. The following information will assist you and your faculty adviser in the planning of your program of study.
Entering students are required to demonstrate competency in the areas of writing and quantitative analysis (math) by fulfilling the University's fundamental skills requirements. Students taking foreign language or general chemistry courses are also required to complete a placement exam to determine appropriate course placement. Please read the information below carefully. It has instructions on how to view your placement information on math, chemistry, foreign language, and writing. It also has links to the course placement information pages with detailed information on these subjects and instructions on how to test. For students who have taken or will take an AP, IB, or CLEP test and need more information about placement, please click here.
To confirm the requirement(s) you have not met, log onto your Inside Pacific account and follow the instructions below to review your Placement/Transfer Articulation Evaluation. Then click on the Course Placement Information links below for detailed information on what is accepted for placement and how to test if required.
FOR NEW STUDENTS:
-Click on the Placement/Transfer Articulation Evaluation tab
NOTE: The Placement/Transfer Articulation Evaluation tab will be available to new students up to 30 days after the start of the first term. After 30 days, new students can access their Placement/Transfer Articulation Evaluation by following the instructions below for current students.
FOR CURRENT STUDENTS:
-Click on the Academic tab
-Under Academic services click on Click here to:
-Click on Student/Financial Aid
-Click on Student Records
-At the bottom click on Placement/Transfer Articulation Evaluation
COURSE PLACEMENT INFORMATION LINKS:
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities: If you are a student with a documented disability, who requires a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities by calling (209) 946-2879 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional questions about course placement assessments, please call 209.946.2269 or email email@example.com.