It is encouraged for students to take the FoxCLT their incoming year at the Fox School of Business. Ultimately, it needs to be completed and passed prior to enrollment in MIS 2101.
Approximately 1-2 business days after you’ve successfully completed the FoxCLT, you should be able to register for MIS 2101 via Self Service Banner.
Approximately 3-5 business days after you’ve successfully completed and notified the administrator about passing the re-test, you should be able to register for MIS 2101 also via Self Service Banner.
If you cannot register after 5 business days, contact the FoxCLT admin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPTION 1: Fox School of Business Computer Literacy Workshop
Sign- up for the FoxCLT Workshop, which will provide you with the basic computing skills necessary for success in the Fox School of Business. This workshop will provide you with instruction on how to utilize Microsoft Office tools, as well as basic computer and Internet navigation skills. Upon successful completion of this FoxCLT Workshop you will be able to: 1. Successfully create documents, spreadsheets and presentations in Microsoft Office 2. Understand File Management on your personal compute 3. Be prepared to pass the Computer Literacy Test requirement 4. Receive a “Certificate of Completion” The cost of retaking the FoxCLT will be included in the $100 workshop and will be added to your tuition bill upon enrollment. At the completion of the workshop, you will be able to schedule the Computer Literacy Test at a time that is convenient for you. The workshop consists of two – 2 hour sessions for a total of four hours of workshop time plus additional practice in-between dates.
OPTION 2: Register and Take a Course
For students under Core Curriculum requirements: Register for CIS 1055, Computers & Applications, or CIS 0835, Cyberspace & Society, in the next semester available (course will satisfy Science B). For students under GEN ED requirements: Register for CIS 0835, Cyberspace & Society, in the next semester (course will satisfy one of the GenEd Science & Technology requirements)
Unfortunately, you are not allowed to use anything for this test. This includes: dictionaries, e-dictionaries, websites, language translation pages, etc.
Yes, there is a practice test available. It is meant to familiarize you with the software within myitlab; however, you cannot take this practice test until the Computer Literacy Test session. If you register before the session, you will be unable to access the practice test because you do not have a course code. This course code will only be administered during the testing session.
Unfortunately, if you are a Mac user, you will still have to take the Windows operating system based test. Going over the Microsoft Office tutorials as well as playing around on a PC a couple of days before your scheduled test will definitely help your chances of passing.
I registered for the test and bought my access code. Is there anything else I need to do prior to the test?
Once you have bought your access code and registered for a testing session, you do not have to do anything until you are in the session. You will register your access code and set up an account during the testing session, prior to taking the practice test.
You can see which dates are available for testing two ways. There is a calendar on the homepage of this website. You can also view which dates are available by going to the registration site. If none of the dates available work for you, please email the Computer Literacy Test administrator at email@example.com.
Yes, you will need to purchase the access code prior to entering the test. If you come to the test without the access code, you will be asked to reschedule for another test date.
Your advisor will be notified of your results through the MIS department after passing the test.
For students taking the re-test: upon passing the re-test, you must e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, so that your results can be updated.