Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments (CaMLA) and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) have announced a strategic partnership to help increase higher-education opportunities for Hispanic college students whose first language is not English. CaMLA offers English language exams, which can be used for admissions purposes as well as for placement in ESL and intensive English programs.
CaMLA offers HACU-member institutions the opportunity to become official CaMLA test centers, and use CaMLA examinations as an option for entrance language assessment requirements, ESL program placement and other assessments as needed and requested by the institutions. CaMLA will give HACU-member institutions priority for processing of applications for becoming tests centers as well as preferred customer discounts (10%) on CaMLA products and services.
"We are excited to partner with HACU and to use CaMLA’s resources to increase student success at HACU member institutions,” said Casey Marks, CaMLA’s CEO. “For decades CaMLA’s assessments have provided a means for nonnative speakers of English to achieve their dreams, and we look forward to working with HACU and its members to support them in their efforts to champion the success of Hispanics in higher education.”
For any questions, contact Alexis Kielwasser.
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