EWC announces change in the ACT scores for placement in college classes for Fall 2014
Friday, January 31st, 2014 • 7:30 am
Eastern Wyoming College announces that its statewide American College Testing (ACT) minimum score for English 1010 has been changed from 21 to 18. This change becomes effective for the fall 2014 semester.
“Discussion has ensued at local and state levels over the last few years pertaining to “cut scores” for ACT testing. This change reflects not only a change at EWC, but a statewide consensus among all Wyoming Community Colleges. We have been working collaboratively with our high school partners and believe this change will impact our students in a positive fashion” said Dr. Dee Ludwig, Vice President for Learning.
For more information, contact your high school counselor, EWC Outreach Coordinator, Jo Ellen Keigley, Testing/Career Center Coordinator at 307.532.8288 or Mike Durfee, Associate V.P. for Outreach and Learning at 307.532.8346.
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