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Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) Exam

Registration for Seniors

Loree, Room 020, Douglass Campus

1:00 P.M., Thursday, November 1, 2007

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Thank you volunteering to take the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) exam which will aid the university in assessing student progress towards university learning goals between the first and senior years. The CAAP has no significance for any course or grade for any of the participants. Results from the CAAP will be used by the University anonymously.

The full time commitment for this project is 1:00 p.m. – 3:300 p.m. on Thursday, November 1, 2007.  The exam will take place in Loree, Room 020 on the Douglass Campus. For directions see:  The exam has 2 modules that are each 40 minutes. If you are unable to stay for the entire time period, please do not sign up.

All senior student participants will receive a $20 RUExpress card upon the completion of both modules of the CAAP.  Students must fully complete both portions of the CAAP to receive the $20 RUExpress card. All cards will be distributed on the day of the exam.

As an added incentive, a one-time drawing will be held for all students who have completed both CAAP modules.  The prize will be a $100 Gift Card to be awarded at the end of the exam.

Please bring your RUConnection ID card and a #2 pencil with you.

If you have any questions or are unable to use this online form, send e-mail to please replace "brokenmail" with


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You must be a senior to participate.

This study is sponsored by the Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research and the Office of Institutional Research and Academic Planning.

Again thank you for participating!


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