You should register for Italian 101 if…
- you have never studied Italian before AND
- you have never lived in an Italian-speaking country or home
You must take the placement test before enrolling in Italian if…
- you have previously studied Italian and do not have AP credit
- you have lived in and Italian-speaking country or home
After the placement test, register for the course indicated on the test results.
Students with AP credit for Italian or transfer students with Italian credit from another college/university should consult their advisor.
What do I do if the class I placed into is too easy/hard
Students must register for the course into which they are placed.
If you have concerns about your placement, you should speak with your instructor and contact the Director for the Italian Basic Language Program.
Only the Director can authorize changes. All changes must be completed by the end of add/drop.