Senior Accountability Exam

ALL GRADUATING PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS MUST TAKE THE PSYCHOLOGY SENIOR ACCOUNTABILITY EXAM DURING THE SEMESTER THEY INTEND TO GRADUATE.

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  • All exams will be administered in Columbine Hall Conference Room 4026.
  • Students are required to bring their Student ID and a #2 pencil to the exam. Once the exam begins, there are no breaks – please plan accordingly.
  • Students are expected to arrive punctually as they will NOT be admitted once the exam begins.
  • Psychology students are encouraged to share this information with their peers, especially those who plan to graduate this semester. 
  • Psychology faculty are encouraged to share this information with their undergraduate students with senior status.   
  • Students with disabilities should contact Disability Services, Main Hall 105, 255-3354 to schedule the exam.

There is not a recommended way to study for this exam. The purpose of this exam is to provide us an idea of what you have learned throughout your time in the Psychology program. We utilize these results to see where our students are compared to national averages and to identify the areas we may need to improve our program.

The requirement is that you MUST take the exam in order to graduate. However, you do not have to get a certain score on the exam in order to graduate. We want you to do your best and show us what you’ve learned.

See Requirements for Psychology Major for additional information about the Senior Accountability Exam.

For questions or concerns, contact: Laura Chandler at 255-4661 or lchandl2@uccs.edu.