Supporting the University & Its Community
Test locations vary by date and test; so check the Testing Schedule and/or your email confirmation carefully for the location of your test!
The TSU Testing Center assists the University's academic programs by administering:
- Paper-and-pencil tests
- Computer-administered standardized tests
It also addresses needs of the University community via:
- Admissions tests
- Distance learning
- Workforce development
- Credentials & licenses
Services provided through the Testing Center are available to:
- TSU students
- Members of the community
Government-issued, photo-bearing identification with signature is REQUIRED for all tests. TSU student identification will be considered acceptable for the Senior Exit, Major Field Tests, and RODP examinations.
The Testing Center provides special accommodations for test candidates with appropriately documented disabilities. Candidates should carefully review the candidate registration/information booklet from the test publisher to determine the documentation required for special accommodations to be granted. TSU Students who believe they qualify for special accommodations should contact the TSU Office for Disabled Student Services for assistance with this process.
Membership and Standards
The TSU Testing Center is a member of the National College Testing Association (NCTA) and subscribes to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines for Post-Secondary Test Centers.
GOVERNMENT-ISSUED PHOTO-BEARING IDENTIFICATION WITH SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL TESTS. TSU student identification will be considered acceptable for the Senior Exit, Major Field Tests, and RODP examinations.
The TSU Testing Center is a member of the National College Testing Association
and of the Consortium of College Testing Centers,
a network that facilitates distance education nationally and internationally.