The Accuplacer Testing Lab is located in Room 303B Bank Hall, at the corner of Ardennes Road and Zabitosky Road on Fort Bragg, N.C. This lab is operated by FTCC in support of the ARSOF Associate's Degree Program
Lab Hours: 0930-1700 Monday through Friday (Open lab for student course work and tutoring)
Testing Hours: Walk-in testing is available from 0830-1130 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday or by appointment.
Call or email to verify availability of lab.
Accuplacer tutoring hours: Check with FTCC lab personnel for current schedule.
A free practice test is available online at http://www.longsdalepub/com/accuplacer. To access the site, you will need to register for a new account using the following information:
- School number: 62558
- School key: ftcc
- Valid email adress
- ID Number: FTCC Student ID Number or Social Security Number
Additional study materials for the test are also available online at http://www.fayetechcc.edu/testing under "Practice Websites" and at http://www.soc.mil/SWCS/education under "Accuplacer."
Marquat Memorial Library
The Marquat Memorial Library, a 10,000 square-foot facility, is also housed in Bank Hall. The library maintains a diverse collection of library resources and services to support education, training, doctrine development and operational research requirements. Maj. Gen. William Frederic Marquat was born in St. Louis, Mo. on March 17, 1894, to William and Sara (layden) Marquat. Before joining the military, he reported local features for the Seattle Times. Marquat served in World War I with the Coast Artillery Office. By the time World War II broke out, Marquat had ascended to the rank of major general. He served as a staff officer to Gen. Douglas MacArthur and the commander of the 14th Anti-Aircraft Command in the Philippines, seeing action in the Manila-Bataan campaign. His skills as a diplomat and a staff officer served him well after World War II, when he was hand-picked to organize and chair the Allied council for Japan, serving as the United States representative in determining occupation policies. Simultaneous to this chairmanship, he headed the Economics and Science Section General Headquarters for the Supreme Command Allied Powers in Tokyo from 1945-1952. Most of the post-war economic success of Japan can be directly attributed to the policies drafted by this section. Maj. Gen. Marquat left Japan in 1952 as the first Chief of Civil Affairs and Military Government, Department of the Army. He served in this post until he retired in 1955. He passed away on May 30, 1968. The Marquat Library was first memorialized in 1969 at Fort Gordon, Ga., as past of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs School. The memorialization was moved in 1973 when the Civil Affairs School moved to Fort Bragg.