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Liberal Arts and Sciences E-Proficiency Profile (EPP)

General Outcomes Assessment 

Your participation in the second annual Liberal Arts and Sciences student assessment will help us evaluate academic programming and could earn you an E-Proficiency Profile digital badge and scholarship money.

Whether you are just starting at FSCJ or about to graduate, all current A.A. students are invited to take this voluntary assessment. We need you to show what you know!

The assessment, called the E-Proficiency Profile, is designed to help FSCJ understand if we are meeting our goals for the A.A. degree program with a special focus on general education outcomes like reading, writing, math and critical thinking. Your responses will help us enhance our general education classes.

The assessment is designed to be taken online without proctoring but can also be taken at any of FSCJ’s Assessment Centers or Libraries. If you would like to take the assessment on campus, click here to schedule an appointment at one of the FSCJ Assessment Centers.

  • Please be prepared to have your Student ID number ready!
  • Use of the Lockdown Browser is required.  You will be prompted to install based on your computer's operating system and language (Mac / Windows). See "Instructions for Taking the Assessment" included in the menu of this guide. 

Prize Drawings

Complete Assessment and Win Prizes!

  • E-Proficiency badge and scholarship money!

Early Birds -

First 100 students to complete the assessment will be entered into a drawing for one $1,000 scholarship.

You have a 1 in 100 chance to win!

Highest Score -

Top 100 highest scorers will be entered into a drawing for one $1,000 scholarship.

You have a 1 in 100 chance to win!

Everyone -

By completing the assessment, you are entered into a drawing to win one of two $500 scholarships. All students who complete the assessment will also earn an E-Proficiency Profile digital badge!

Note: A student may win only one scholarship for this assessment.