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2017 – 2018 LWTech Student Handbook
Assessment Center West Building, W204 (425) 739-8115
The Assessment Center offers testing services for students, faculty, staff, and community members. Testing, except placement diagnostics, is by appointment only. Each assessment has specific hours, requirements, or fees and these may change at any time. Please see the Assessment Center website for more information and to schedule a testing appointment. Assessments include:
• Computer Based Exams
• Placement Diagnostics
• College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
• Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
• Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
• Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS)
• Internet and Computing Core (IC3)
• Adobe Certified Associate (ACA)
• WAOL, Distance Learning and Online Test Proctoring
• General Education Development (GED) Certificate
Incoming Transcript Evaluation Procedures West Building, W207
Evaluation of credits will only occur for admitted students at LWTech. Use the following steps to have courses from other accredited colleges transferred to LWTech:
• Official transcripts may be brought, electronically sent, or mailed to LWTech. If transcripts are brought to the college they must be in a sealed envelope. The initiating school (where you last attended) may also mail or electronically send transcripts to LWTech.
• For the year you attended the prior college either college catalogs or course descriptions must be submitted to Enrollment Services. Additional information may be required and not all courses may be transferable. Evaluation of out-of-state and international transcripts and non-technical courses more than five years old may require additional review.
• Transfer of technical courses requires faculty advisor review. Faculty may or may not accept for transfer technical courses more than five years old .
• Credit may be awarded for advanced placement, international, baccalaureate, or CLEP credits.
Student Toolbox
Student toolbox helps manage your educational career without waiting in line. Accessing these services requires using the student identification number (SID) and personal identification number (PIN); typically set as a student’s birthday in month/day/year (MMDDYY) format. These services allow access to manage the student’s account, register for classes, monitor waitlists status, and check financial aid application status.

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