Top photo: Prize winner Haley Hedric and Sandra Welch, UTSA
vice provost and interim associate vice provost for
information technology. Bottom photo: Prize winners Joshua
Reed and Adam Duncan with Welch.
Some UTSA seniors could win $500 gift certificates
(March 9, 2006)--The Collegiate Learning Assessment Study being conducted by UTSA Testing Services for the UT System is an exciting opportunity for UTSA students to shine.
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Students are paid to participate in the 90-minute, computerized exam, which assesses their writing abilities. Pictured at left are fortunate UTSA freshmen who received $500 La Cantera Shops gift certificates for outstanding performance on the assessment last fall.
Now it is UTSA seniors' turn to participate. Students who received an e-mail about the Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) study CLA should contact Testing Services immediately. Only seniors who were randomly selected and contacted may participate to maintain the stratification in the study.
For more information, e-mail Testing Services or call (210) 458-4125.