The University of Akron offers a variety of testing options for both students and community members. Please refer to the options below to help direct you to the appropriate testing services.
Students in need of technology (laptop, webcam, etc.) in order to complete their coursework for Summer 2020 classes are encouraged to complete a Help-A-Zip Referral Form at www.uakron.edu/referral Equipment (such as Chromebooks, web cams, and hot spots) are available for the duration of the semester – free of charge!
If you are concerned about a student’s engagement in an online course, please feel free to submit a Help-A-Zip referral. Our team will work alongside you to outreach and offer resources.
Laptop Checkout through Bierce Library
Currently enrolled students can access laptops through Bierce Library and UA ITS. Click here for more information.
The Counseling & Testing Center offers testing programs including the ACT or Residual ACT, SAT, LSAT, MPRE, GRE-Subject, MAT and many more. Click on the link or image to access the Counseling & Testing Center.
Psychological and Vocational Testing for currently enrolled University of Akron students, including ADHD and Learning Disorder Assessments, are available at the Counseling & Testing Center.
The English Language Institute offers U-ADEPT and ELI-ASSET to assess English Language ability of University of Akron Students.
The University of Akron uses placement testing to help determine the first courses, based on ACT/SAT scores and major, for students who are new to the University of Akron. The links for Foreign Language assessments and Accommodations will redirect to those offices specifically.
Many options allow University of Akron Students to earn college credits without enrolling in a class. Visit the Alternative Credit Option site to learn more about ways to save money and graduate faster.
Computer-Based Assessment and Evaluation in Schrank Hall North 152 administers testing for University of Akron courses that offer computer-based exams.
Counseling & Testing Center can assist with scheduling paper or computer make-up testing for courses.
The Office of Accessibility offers assistance to students seeking accommodations with test proctoring options and courses.
If you are unable to take your exam on campus; click on the link for Distance Testing options.
If you require testing for any reason outside of the University of Akron, including distance or remote testing, placement or prior learning assessment for another institution, and any certification and licensure testing, visit the Counseling & Testing Center.