Testing & Resource Center
The UC Testing Center provides a quiet, secure, and comfortable environment for students to complete exams or study for the next big test. We are located in FADM 166 of the Classroom Building on the UC Campus.
NOTE: The UC Business Office will be accepting all payments for the testing center starting June 27, 2016. They accept cash, debit/credit cards, and checks for payment, their hours of operation are 9a-6p Monday-Thursday & 9a-5p on Friday. Please stop at the UC Testing Center first to receive a confirmation of your exam which can then be brought to the UC Business Office to pay for any exams that require payment prior to taking your exam; contact the UC Testing Center at email@example.com or 605-274-9550 for any questions regarding this payment process.
We have 15 computers installed with lockdown browsers ready for students to use for computer-based tests and paper-based tests. Our academic accomodations room is great distraction-free zone and is also equipped with a test-ready computer. To learn more about testing at the UC Testing Center, choose your testing need below:
University Center faculty will often leave study guides on-reserve for students enrolled in UC classes to check out. Our airy conference room is great space for a small group to meet for a study session. Students who want to use a cubicle or room for studying must check with the proctor to determine if the space is reserved. Students whose studying requires use of a computer, printer, or copier must use the UC Computer Lab located in room 152 of the Classroom building.
Proctor Site Name: Testing and Resource Center at University Center (SDPURC)
Institution: SD Public Universities & Research Center
Address: 4801 N Career Ave Sioux Falls SD 57107
Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted: September 15, 2016
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