Senior Assessment FAQs

YES. Passing ENGL 3010 allows you to complete your junior-level campus writing portfolio general-education requirement (PORT 3000). The Senior Assessment is required to graduate with a degree in English in all emphases except PTW, which has its own graduation requirements.

Senior Assessments are due no later than 5pm on Friday, April 20.

NO. Papers must be from courses taken in the English Department at UCCS.

DISCUSS with your faculty advisor in the English Department. In some cases hard copies of papers may be scanned, even if those papers have markings. In other cases you may need to write a note about the missing paper(s) on the table of contents.

INFORM your faculty advisor in the English Department about your desire. If s/he thinks you’re ready to submit, please send your name to our Administrative Assistant, Ms. Rose Johnson, to receive the Bb link.

Senior Assessments are due no later than 5pm on Friday, April 20.

DISCUSS with your faculty advisor in the English Department. It may be possible to submit a draft of the paper.

No. The Assessment is based on your declared subspecialty in English. If you have chosen the literature emphasis, papers should only come from literature courses you took at UCCS as part of your degree plan.

No. The Assessment is based on your declared subspecialty in English. If you have chosen the rhetoric emphasis, papers should only come from rhetoric courses you took at UCCS as part of your degree plan.

The assessment is LATE. CONTACT your faculty advisor in the English Department and the chair of the English Department immediately. We will help you submit the Senior Assessment.

CONTACT the chair of the English Department.