Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
Correspondence Testing is a service provided to the Eastfield College community, by the Assessment Center, for those students who choose not to enroll in a traditional course of study or who enroll in correspondence courses at other educational institutions. Correspondence Testing is limited to U. S. institutions and institutions with which the DCCCD has a contract. The Assessment/Testing Center (Room C113) receives, secures, proctors, and returns these tests according to the sending institution’s guidelines. These tests are administered on specific days and by appointment only, no exceptions. There is an administrative charge for this service, payable in advance, to the Business Office (Room C126).
Credit-by Examination is a test prepared, administered and graded by Eastfield faculty. Please contact the Division Offices for more information.
TSI Assessment Testing is a service provided to students worldwide. Students needing to be tested to register for online courses should contact an advisor to learn more about the process at 972-860-7109, or EFCadvising@dcccd.edu.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Testing is for students whose primary language is not English and who need assistance in understanding spoken or written English.
Accuplacer ESL is the ESOL test used to assess students for placement in credit ESOL courses. The test is an un-timed computerized test.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Testing is for students whose primary language is not English and who need assistance in understanding spoken or written English.
Future Placement General Test is the ESL test, used to assess students for placement in continuing education ESL courses. Future Placement General Test is a 45 minute, 60 question, paper, pencil, and scantron test.
The Assessment Center provides local, state, and national testing for the Eastfield College community, faculty, staff, administration and students. These tests are administered on specific days and by appointment only, no exceptions.
The Assessment Center’s comprehensive testing service provides make-up testing for those students who missed their test when it was given in class. Professors have the option to allow students who missed the administration of testing during class time to complete their tests in the Assessment Center.