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101 Prerequisite Contract - Online Section ___________165________ You are enrolled in English 101 for the semester. This course has prerequisites at must be met for you to stay enrol l ed in this class. Please circle the prerequisite that you meet. The prerequisites are An ACT English score of 18 or higher (450 or higher SAT verbal) ____sc______ A "C" or better in English 90 at UL Lafayette ____________ A "c" or better in a developmental English class at another university ___________ Placement in 101 based on the TTL Counseling and Testing Center's English Placement Test for students age 25 and older __________ If you do not meet at least one of these requirements, you will be dropped from this class immediately and will be asked to register for English 90. Failure to register for the appropriate English class may affect your schedule, your entrance to your major, your graduation date, and your financial aid. Students who are ineligible for 101 but remain enrolled in the class will be
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Unformatted text preview: + dropped from the roster by the Director of First-Year Writing, and they will not receive credit for the course. By university policy, international students whose first language is not English are requiredt6 take ESOL 101 and 102. International students are ineligible for ENG 101 and 102. Your signature below indicates that you have read, understand, and meet one of the requirements for enrollment in this class. (signature) – Electronic - The return of the form(s) by University email takes the place of your signature and serves as your agreement to the statements represented on the attached form. (printed name) Shane Cormier If you have any questions about which English class to enroll in, please go to Griffin 214 (Director of First-Year Writing Office). Best wishes for a successful writing career at ULL! Director of First-Year Writing...
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