Upcoming CAAP testing dates are:
Feb. 18, 2017 at the ESU Campus only
June 17, 2017 at the ESU Campus only
The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) test is offered every semester at the main Emporia State University Campus . Your Advisor will enroll you for CAAP testing during your advising sessions.
There are three sections of the CAAP testing; math, reading and writing. Teacher Education majors must meet proficiencies in Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. CAAP testing fees are $25.00 per test. This amount will be billed to the students account upon enrollment for the CAAP test and will reflect on the student's transcript as a course. It will indicate the time and building the test will be administered. For students who are not yet enrolled in classes, payment can be made online. For non-enrolled students, please contact your advisor or our office for more information on payment. No refunds will be given for the CAAP testing unless the Assessment Office is notified before the day of testing at 620-341-5103. Results for the CAAP test take approximately 6 weeks. The scores will be mailed to your address listed on file with ESU. Please contact the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (620-341-5103), if you have any questions regarding your testing results.
Testing Center Location:
Visser Hall, Emporia Campus:
|Math||7:45 am||8:00 am||9:05 am|
|Reading||8:50 am||9:10 am||10:15 am|
|Writing||10:00 am||10:15 am||12:20 pm|
Please Bring to the test
The CAAP Student guide can help solve any other questions you might have.
Student Guide PDF:
If you have questions, contact our office.
Do I have to take the CAAP test?
All undergraduates who choose to major in Teacher Education are required to take the CAAP or the PRAXIS-CORE tests and must meet threshold scores to be admitted into the Teacher Education program. Consult your advisor on timing for when it is best to take the tests.
How do I sign up for the CAAP test?
You sign up for the CAAP test through your advisor. Normally, you will enroll in CAAP tests at the same time you enroll in your classes for the upcoming semester. In an instance where you or your advisor has questions in regard to enrolling in CAAP tests, feel free to contact the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (620-341-5103 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org).
What happens if I fail the CAAP test?
You should contact your advisor immediately to develop a plan to re-take the tests.