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RCSJ-Cumberland upgrading core systems Feb 27 5pm – Mar 2

During this time, the Admissions Application system, WebAdvisor, Self-Service, and Colleague will not be accessible by students, faculty, and staff. The College website, Blackboard, and Starfish will continue to be accessible during this scheduled maintenance/outage.

Temporarily,  Students may apply with a paper application and may register in-person by visiting the Student Center.

If you have further questions you may contact the Call Center 856-691-8600 x1336.


Testing at Cumberland


​​​​​​​​We want to make sure that you’re placed in the most appropriate and effective courses for your skill level.
* Please scroll down to view the schedule *

T​o help with your course placement, you’ll be required to take the ACCUPLACER as part of your enrollment. The ACCUPLACER assesses your basic skills in the areas of reading, writing, math computation and elementary algebra. Introductory college-level courses require that you test out of reading and/or complete the recommended course(s) based on the ACCUPLACER.

ACCUPLACER is a computerized test.  We recommend that you take it as soon as possible so your placement information and course recommendations will be available for advisement.

Below you'll find a schedule of dates, times and locations for testing.  Each test begins at the starting time and takes approximately three (3) hours to complete.

You might be exempt from taking the Accuplacer if you:

  • Are transferring from another college and have successfully completed equivalent college-level courses, including English and mathematics or
  • Have taken the placement test at another New Jersey college and have submitted the results, or
  • Have earned an associate's or bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university with an official transcript or
  • Have taken the OLD SAT (before March 2016) with a Reading score of 540 and a Math score of 530... OR the NEW SAT with an Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) score of 450 and a Math score of 500.
  • Achieve 4 or 5 on PARCC Grade 11 English Language Arts & Literacy exam to place into college level EN101
  • Achieve a 4 or 5 on PARCC Algebra II exam to place into college level math, which includes College Algebra MA110
  • Achieve both an 18 on ACT English and 22 on ACT Reading to place into college level EN101   
  • Achieve 30 on ACT Math to place into college level math, which includes College Algebra MA110  
View our Multiple Measures​​
Location: ALL testing will be held in the Student Center, in the Testing Center next to the cafeteria - you may park in Lot A. Thank you.

Testin​g ​​schedule​​​
* IMPORTANT: Please click this link above to see our Accuplacer Drop-in times, as well as the exceptions (dates) on which it is not offered.​​