Current and incoming students may take advantage of our many testing services which include make-up tests, national testing, distance exams, and credit-by-exam programs such as CLEP, DANTES and departmental exams. Learn about our testing hours and advanced credit and advanced placement.
High scores on the ACT and SAT can earn college credit at WSU before you even step foot in a classroom. Find out if your scores qualify.
ACT Prep Workshop
View a list of ACT prep workshop dates and register for a workshop.
If you did well in Advanced Placement classes at your previous institution, you may qualify for college credit at WSU. Learn more about the process here.
CBASE Information and Test Dates
The College Basic Academic Subjects Examination (CBASE) is a required test for students entering some College of Education programs at Wichita State University. View a list of test dates, schedule an individual testing appointment and take practice tests.
CLEP and DANTES/DSST Exams
Learn about the registration procedures; register for an exam; and view a list of accepted test scores regarding the CLEP, DANTES and DSST exams.
Some departments at WSU have pre-entrance exams that reward high scores with credit. This page also contains information about receiving credit for life experience or military service.
Wichita-based students enrolled in other schools and universities may be able to take some required exams at WSU Counseling and Testing Center rather than having to travel to the home institution for their exams.
Register for a GRE test prep workshop.
If your high school has an International Baccalaureate program, the IB test is one way to earn college credit by examination.
The Counseling and Testing Center provides information on many national standardized tests. Learn more about the tests the Center offers.
The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a required test for students submitting an application to the undergraduate School of Nursing program at Wichita State University. The proctored TEAS measures basic essential skills in the academic content area domains of reading, mathematics, science and English and language usage. Go to the WSU School of Nursing website for more information. http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=nursing&p=/undergraduate/teas