Scheduling an Appointment
The Testing Center is an appointment-based service. 24 hours notice is required to schedule a testing appointment. Walk-ins are not accepted.
How to schedule a test for...
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If you are scheduling a proctored test for a University of Missouri online course that uses SmarterProctoring, you will use SmarterProctoring in your Canvas course to register for a Testing Center appointment. Click here to find directions (pdf)!
Tests that do not use SmarterProctoring or that are normally taken in the classroom (e.g. makeup, accommodative, etc.) are scheduled through the RegisterBlast system. Click here to visit our registration site!
Testing Center Rules
- All test-takers must present physical photo identification such as student ID, non-expired driver's license, passport, military, or other government-issued photo ID card.
- An appointment made at least 24 hours in advance is required. Walk-ins are not accepted.
- No personal items are allowed in the exam room, including but not limited to cell phones, smartwatches, personal electronics, food and drink items, bags, purses, outerwear, and any non-test-related items. Lockers are available to store personal items.
- No children or visitors are allowed in the exam room. Children may not be left unattended in the waiting area. View campus policy
- Face coverings are recommended, but not required. View campus policy
- Exams must be submitted by the posted closing time.
- Keep noise to a minimum to avoid disturbing others.
- Testing areas are under visual, remote, and video surveillance. Accessing any devices or unauthorized aids will result in dismissal from the Testing Center. An incident report will be filed with the course instructor and the Director of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity.
- Test site administrative fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
- Failing to arrive thirty minutes after the scheduled exam start time is considered a no-show and the appointment is forfeited.
Updated April 28, 2022