ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTING
Capital University requires students to demonstrate English proficiency before admission to many of its programs. This chart shows the minimum requirements for the Test of English as a Foreign Language and the International English Language Testing System exams.
|PROGRAM||TOEFL (PAPER)||TOEFL (IBT)||IELTS|
|ESL||TOEFL & IELTS are not required for ESL
(Conditional admission is available for most undergraduate majors)
R - 50
L - 50
R - 15
L - 15
R - 6.0
L - 5.5
|All Law Programs
- ESL/Intensive English Program students do not need a test score for admission. The ESL Program administers the institutional (paper-based) TOEFL to enrolled students at the end of fall, spring, and summer terms.
- Undergraduate students with a TOEFL score between 500 and 550 (or equivalent) will be evaluated for writing proficiency and may be required to take appropriate courses.
- Students applying for the undergraduate program may submit an ACT or SAT in lieu of a TOEFL or IELTS.
- Official Score Reports are required for admission to the undergraduate and graduate programs and may be ordered directly from the testing agency.