Senior Exit Exam

Please read the following details VERY carefully.

All graduating seniors must take the Senior Exit Exam appropriate for their track. You should meet with your Advisor (for your Senior Audit), to ensure you have fulfilled all other graduation requirements.

The Spring 2018 Senior Exit exams will begin on Apr 16th and end on Apr 27th . All Exit Exams will be administered in the Communication Center, Columbine Hall 312, via Canvas. Even if you receive notification that the exam is available, you will not be able to access it except from the Communication Center.

Appointments are available during the following hours.

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday
  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday
  • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

You should allow 45 minutes to complete the exam.

You MUST make an appointment to take the exam. You will need the following information:

  1. Your full name
  2. Student ID number
  3. Your specific track
  4. UCCS Email address

Once you have the above information, please log into Mountain Lion Connect using your UCCS login and password (the events won't display unless you're logged in). Once logged in, click here to register. Be sure to click Finish to complete your registration.  You will not receive any sort of confirmation, but you can add the even to your calendar.  Exit Exam registration closes on Friday, April  6th at 5 pm.

Once the exam period is over, allow approximately 2 weeks for your DARS report to be updated.

The Senior Exit Exam is a graduation requirement. If you do not take the exam, you will not receive your official graduation transcript. You will need to complete the exam the next time it is offered.

If you have any further questions, contact Debbie MacDonald at dmacdona@uccs.edu.

The Exit Exam consists of ~40 multiple choice questions (depending on your track) and covers all of your core courses.  The questions are designed to focus on high level concepts and theories that you would likely remember from your classes.  There is no specific way to "prepare" other than to think about your core courses and the main ideas that were covered in each one.

There is no "minimum score" required, but if you score 80% or higher, you are eligible for 2% extra credit to be added to your grade for any Communication course in which you are currently enrolled.