Motlow College will administer the complete residual ACT assessment several times this summer to better prepare students for fall enrollment. Applicants under 21 years of age, who have missed taking the ACT during one of the national test dates, can register for the residual ACT assessment for admission to Motlow. Community colleges are allowed to administer the test for admission to their school only. Scores cannot be transferred to another college or university.
All tests will be administered in Crouch Center, Room 1043 on the Moore County campus. The first two summer dates are June 27 and July 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The final two testing opportunities, before fall classes begin, are August 1 and 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
All applicants taking the residual ACT must have an admission’s application on file at Motlow prior to taking the test and are encouraged to complete the process as soon as possible to be eligible. Applicants must also complete the ACT application and enclose a check or money order for $31.
Picture identification is required on the day of the test.
For complete information regarding the test or to obtain a printable application, visit the Motlow website or contact the testing office at (931) 393-1763, or (800) 654-4877 ext. 1763.