COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
As an essential student service, the University Testing Center will remain open, operating at a reduced capacity to meet distancing guidelines.
NOTICE: With COVID-19 now understood to be in a time of sustained and widespread community transmission, we need to be measured and thoughtful in our approach to protecting our staff, customers, and community to the best of our ability. The University Testing Center shares our building with the University Health Center and starting on March 30 the Health Center will begin screening all people coming into the building. Customers with a fever or respiratory symptoms will be asked to leave the building and contact their medical provider. Anyone turned away should contact your test provider for assistance with rescheduling your exam. If you have any trouble doing so, please contact the University Testing Center for assistance. During this period, no additional visitors will be allowed into the building, only those who actually have the appointment. Thank you for your understanding while we work to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved while still providing our services to the community.
If you feel sick, please stay home and reschedule your appointment.
If you have concerns about testing in person, most test sponsors are waiving reschedule or cancellation fees. If you are not sure who to contact to change your appointment, please contact us and we will gladly help find the best number to call.
Language Placement Assessments
Language placement exams are still available at the University Testing Center. Please call us at 541-346-3230 to schedule a time. If you would prefer not to test in person, please call and we can discuss options for testing remotely.
This is an ever-changing situation and we may need to close with little or no notice. Please keep this in mind as we work to ensure the health and well-being of our campus and community.
The University of Oregon Testing Center is responsible for the administration, scoring, and maintaining of records for a wide range of tests administered to University of Oregon students and community members. We work closely with the student population by disseminating information, advising students, and administering exams.
We are available to students and community members in need of test proctoring services. As a member of the Consortium of College Testing Centers, the UO Testing Center assists students and community members in need of an approved location for the administration and proctoring of academic, licensure, and certification exams. Fees for testing are assessed depending on the type of testing that is needed.
The University Testing Center supports UO's Dreamers and students from all countries. The staff of the University Testing Center is committed to providing services to students and community members in support of their educational and career goals. All students and community members who receive services at the University Testing Center will be treated with the courtesy and the respect due to them as members of our community.
University Testing Center Hours
M | 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
T | 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
W | 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
TH | 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
F | 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
S | closed
SU | closed
The University Testing Center will be closed on all university-observed holidays. We will also be closed on December 24.
News and Events
Beginning May 1, 2018 students will be taking a new math placement assessment. The ALEKS Math Placement Assessment will be taken online and incorporates prep and learning modules that students will be able to use in order to review and improve their placement.
Online payment is now available for individuals needing proctored exams. This includes students of online and distance education programs as well as anyone needing a secure proctor site for licensure or certification purposes. Please contact our office at 541-346-3230 or email@example.com to schedule your appointment. Payment will be collected on your scheduled appointment date.
The University Testing Center provides psychological testing only at the request of the Counseling Center staff for UO students. APA ethical guidelines prohibit the use of psychological testing by individuals who are not qualified in administration and interpretation of psychological tests or inventories.