Due to icy conditions in Longview, classes will begin with the traditional Chinese orchestra at 10:50 am. All Longview offices will delay opening until 10 am. The Corner Café will be open for continental breakfast from 9 – 10:45 am.
Biology – Glaske C-103 Chemistry and Physics – Glaske C-106 Computer Science and Math – Glaske C-101 Literature and Language Arts – HHH 132 History/Political Science/Criminal Justice – HHH 131 Theology – HHH 104 Undeclared – HHH 106 Business EDUC-120 Education Belcher Gym – Solheim Center Engineering and Engineering Technology
Dr. Yoni Adonyi
Dr. Scott Anson
Dr. Stephen Ayers
Mr. Richard Baney
Dr. Ben Caldwell
Dr. Gustavo Cortes
Dr. Ron DeLap
Dr. Jonathan Demko
Dr. Jesse French
MSC3 Little Theater
Dr. Marian Iordache
Mr. Jeff Johnson
Dr. Joonwan Kim
Dr. Seung Kim
Mr. Joel Koblich
Dr. Paul Leiffer
Dr. Darryl Low
Mr. Al Niemi
Mr. Oscar Ortiz
Mr. Norman Reese
Dr. Greg Reynolds
Mr. Robert Warke
Dr. Melanie Watson
Wolgemuth Conference Room – Solheim Center This notice expires 3/6/2014. Posted by Gerrie Forbis
Passing the English Proficiency Exam satisfies a requirement for graduation. English Proficiency is required as part of LeTourneau University’s accreditation. The proficiency requirement is separate from all English course requirements. Even if you have completed your English course work, you must still take the English Proficiency Exam. If you do not pass the exam, you must take and pass the ENGL 1001 course.
TheEnglish Proficiency Exam is administered each semester to all students who have credit for ENGL 1004 or ENGL 1013 but have not yet taken the exam. All students must take the exam prior to achieving 91 hours of credit (senior status). Students with senior status can no longer test out of the requirement and are required to enroll in and pass ENGL 1001.
Students who transfer in 6 hours of credit for English composition must take the test within their first year at LeTourneau University. Students who transferred in 91 hours or more may take the test during their first semester at the university. These students must contact the Writing Program Director, Dr. Annie Olson (AnnieOlson@letu.edu or x3381), immediately if they wish to take advantage of the opportunity to take the English Proficiency Test rather than being required to enroll in the ENGL 1001 class. Because the English Proficiency Exam is required by university accreditation policies, no exceptions can be made to proficiency exam policies.
Spring 2014 Testing Dates:
TUESDAY, February 25, 2014 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. HHH 104
FRIDAY, February 28, 2014 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. HHH 104
SATURDAY, March 1, 2014 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 noon HHH 104
You should take the English Proficiency Exam if
You are not currently enrolled in ENGL 1001, 1004, or 1013
You have credit for English Comp I
You have less than 91 hours of credit
You have not already taken the exam
No sign-up or registration is required. Bring a #2 lead pencil. A Scantron answer sheet will be furnished.
You will be required to show a LeTourneau University photo identification card at the test session.
A review sheet is available outside the Liberal Arts offices.
***NO LATE ARRIVALS TO THE TEST WILL BE ADMITTED.***
No electronic devices are allowed in the test venue. You are allowed only one opportunity to take the English Proficiency Test. If you have already taken the test, you are not eligible to re-test.
1098T forms are now available online at https://www.1098t.com. Paper statements are being mailed to those who have not opted to receive electronic copies. This notice expires 3/1/2014. Posted by Mark Roedel