Policy Status and Authority  

Sectors with a multiple measures policy:  2 Year Sector 
Policy Status:  In Place 
The policy is based on (statute, regulation and/or system policy):  System Policy 
When the policy was first adopted:  1990s 
Is the policy mandatory or optional?  Mandatory 
Do the measures vary or are they uniform across campuses?  Uniform 
Do the measures vary or are they uniform across degrees/pathways?  MATH 3 Testing: Placement into Advanced Mathematics Courses 
What subjects are using multiple measures for placement? 
Measures Included in the Policy  

Measures required to be accepted for placement under the multiple measures policy:  Standardized Tests  SAT, ACT, NY State Regents test scores or CUNY Assessment Test 
High School Achievement Measures  Math Placement with test results AND course completion:


NonCognitive Measures and Essays  None  
Measures optional or recommended to be accepted for placement under the multiple measures policy:  Standardized Tests  None 
High School Achievement Measures  None  
NonCognitive Measures and Essays  None  
If a statewide high school standardsbased assessment is included, is it aligned to the Common Core?  Yes, the Regents Tests are aligned to the Common Core. 

Were cut scores for the measures determined by the system or state?  Yes 

The placement process using these measures:  Exemption from Placement Testing: Students can demonstrate that they meet the University’s skills proficiency requirements based on SAT, ACT, or NY State Regents test scores. Otherwise, you may take the appropriate CUNY Assessment Test offered at the testing center at CUNY colleges. Reading and Writing
Mathematics
MATH 3 Testing: Placement into Advanced Mathematics Courses CUNY’s Skills Assessment Tests (CATs) 

Multiple measures policy documents: 