CTC Testing Services, located in Simmons Hall 304, offers in-person proctoring by appointment only.
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Alternative credit opportunities, or prior learning assessments, include options that allow a student to earn college credits via a method other than enrollment in a class. These options can help students progress more quickly to their intended degree and save money. Learn more.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) - prior learning assessment available for UA and other institution course credit
DSST (DANTES) - prior learning assessment available for UA and other institution course credit
Learn about proctored tests for non-UA courses
CTC-Testing Services is certified to proctor a wide range of admissions, certification, licensure, and other professional testing. Exams include but are not limited to the following: ACT WorkKeys, Manufacturing Skill Standards Council, HiSET (high school equivalency exam), Prov (licensure and certification), National Center for Competency Testing, Meazure Learning, and national testing programs.
On-Campus ACT - ACT for UA admission only, available if applicant is unable to take ACT on nationally scheduled test date
Please contact our office for information about any exams not listed. Counseling & Testing Center does not offer specific test preparation guides or workshops. Please refer to UA Solutions for test-specific resources. CTC provides test anxiety and study skills workshops and resources. For more information, visit CTC Important Resources.
Psychological Assessments are available for a fee for enrolled students on referral from psychologist at the Counseling & Testing Center. Please visit the link to learn more.
Testing Services adheres to the mission of the Counseling & Testing Center and promotes community engagement and student learning, success, and retention by providing a standardized testing environment for University and community members. The Testing Services differentiates itself and the University by its certification through the National College Testing Association (NCTA) and adheres to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.
Currently enrolled students can access laptops through Bierce Library and our Department of Information Technology Services. How to check out a laptop.
Faculty are also encouraged to refer students to the testing centers if they lack appropriate space or equipment, or prefer to take online administered testing in person.