which is located in Building F, Room 215, is available for students who have documented a disability and agreed upon appropriate accommodations with the Director of Student Services. Other students who have been ill or who have missed a test because of an athletic event, can schedule to make-up the test in the Testing Center with the approval of their professor and as room permits.
The student is responsible for scheduling exams in which he/she wishes to use the Student Success Center (SSC) Testing Center.
Procedures for Scheduling Tests
For day classes (during regular office hours), the student must schedule the exam with the Testing Center Coordinator no later than three (3) business days before the exam to receive testing accommodations. Students are responsible to notify their instructors of the date and time they are taking the exam in the Testing Center.
For evening classes (after office hours), exams will be proctored during office hours as arranged. If special accommodations after office hours are absolutely necessary, we will make every effort to be flexible.
It is the student’s responsibility to notify the Testing Center Coordinator if tests are canceled, if dates change, or if the testing office is no longer needed for a particular test. If the student does not show up for the scheduled exam, he/she must make arrangements with the instructor for a make-up test before being allowed to reschedule the test with the SSC.
Testing Center Guidelines
No personal items are allowed in testing room. Students should turn off or silence phones and leave all belongings in the Testing Coordinator's office. Students will only be allowed to take in materials that the instructor has allowed for a given test.
Before beginning the exam, advise the SSC staff of any personal health needs that will require frequent breaks. Prepare ahead for snacks or medications. Extended time stated on the accommodations letter will be allowed.
Students are to remain in the testing room. In case of emergency, the incomplete exam must be returned to the Testing Center Coordinator. If a student leaves the room without informing the SSC staff, the exam will be taken up and returned to the instructor.
Arriving late (up to 30 minutes) will not extend the scheduled ending time for the exam.
If a student arrives more than 30 minutes late for a scheduled exam, the SSC may not administer the exam. It will then be the student’s responsibility to go to the classroom to take the exam or speak to the instructor about rescheduling the exam.
All students are held accountable under the Academic Dishonesty Policy. If a student is observed engaged in an act of academic dishonesty, the test will be taken up, and the incident will be reported to the instructor.
Students will return all tests and any additional materials to the Testing Coordinator when finished.