Know before you go

Review the following policies and procedures regarding our reopening and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic:

If any of the following applies to you, please do not come to the Testing Center. We will work with you and/or your exam sponsor to reschedule your appointment.

  • You are experiencing any of the common symptoms of COVID-19, which cannot be attributed to an unrelated medical condition.
  • You have been in contact with someone who has tested positive (or is suspected to test positive) for COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
  • You have been instructed to self-isolate or quarantine by a medical practitioner or health department official due to COVID-19.

Appointments must be made with 24 hours’ notice. Walk-in testing will not be offered. Our office will be staffed only for scheduled testing appointments. General inquiries should be made by email (preferred) or by phone, rather than in person.

Only test takers with a scheduled appointment will be permitted in the Testing Center. Relatives, friends, and other non-test takers will not be permitted to wait in the Testing Center.

Test takers must wear a mask or face covering in the Testing Center. A staff member will ask you to temporarily remove it to verify your identity and confirm there are no unauthorized materials concealed within it. Once you have checked in, the mask or face covering will need to be worn for the duration of your exam session.

Seating capacity will be limited to maintain physical distancing of at least six (6) feet. Please observe the yellow marks on the floor, the black ropes in the check-in area, and the instructions of our staff in this regard.

Identification

All test takers will be required to present a valid and acceptable form of identification prior to being admitted to their exam session.

Late arrivals

Test takers should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their examination appointment. Learn about late arrival policies, canceling and rescheduling appointments.

Finding a proctor

In certain cases, students may need to find a proctor to administer remote exams. Learn more about how to find a proctor for your exams.

User agreement

As a condition of using the University Testing Center, test takers must agree to abide by the following policies, as well as any instructions from a Testing Center staff member.

Parking information

The University Testing Center is located in the William J. Raggio Building. Learn about where to park for easiest access to the Testing Center.