Welcome to the Laney College Recruitment, Assessment & School Relations Department!
It is easier than ever to place in a math, English and/or ESOL Class!!!
The Laney College Recruitment, Assessment and School Relations Department is happy to announce that students may qualify for a transfer-level math and English course(s) with the implementation of California Assembly Bill 705.
California Community College research demonstrates that high school grade point average is the strongest, most reliable predictor of performance in college-level course work. Students will place using their high school transcripts if applicable. Students also have the right to take a transfer-level math, English and credit ESOL classes with the implementation of California Assembly Bill 1805.
• High School Transcripts
English 1A ¦ H.S. GPA of 2.6 and above OR English 1A with English 508ABC for H.S. GPA below 2.6
Math 13 ¦ H.S. GPA of 2.3 and above OR Math 13 with Math 213 for H.S. GPA below 2.3
Math 15 ¦ For Liberal Arts NO GPA minimum needed
Math 50 ¦ H.S. GPA of 2.6 and above OR Math 50 with Math 216 for H.S. GPA below 2.6 & no precalculus
Math 01 ¦ H.S. GPA of 2.6 and above OR Math 01 with Math 215 for H.S. GPA below 2.6
• Chemistry 30A Challenge
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Guided Self-Placement
At Laney College, we want to help you succeed. Your success starts when you enroll in courses that match your abilities and skills. The ESOL Guided Self-Placement is an important part in the enrollment process. It will help you choose the courses that best fit your abilities and goals.
To begin, see the ESOL department Web site.
Chemistry 1A (CCDT) – Laney College has temporarily suspended this service.
Students wishing to enroll directly into Chemistry 1A without having to complete the course prerequisite, Chemistry 30A, may take this test to challenge placement into Chem 30A.
Disabilities Students Program and Services (DSPS)
Who need accommodations should first contact (DSPS) at (510) 464-3428, room #E251 for more information. After receiving the Academic Accommodations Authorization form from DSPS. Please Call (510) 464-3255 or email
Assessment Center in Advance to arrange for accommodations.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 464-3259.