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Tests will be given out up to one hour before closing time. Hours and Location
Bring a picture ID. If you do not have a picture ID you will not be able to test.
You will not be able to leave testing room without submitting your work, finished or unfinished. It is advisable to use the restroom before you come to the Assessment Center.
Be prepared to know the following information:
Your instructor's name
Your class code (e.g. PSYC 200, BIOL 120)
Your test name (e.g. Test 1, Midterm, Quiz 2)
If you bring your cell phone, it is required to be powered completely off, not just on silent. Expect to be asked by an Assessment employee to view your phone to make sure it is turned off.
The only materials allowed at your desk are the materials allowed for your test, as noted by your instructor.
If you need an exam extension, it is up to you to contact your instructor and for your instructor to contact us to change the date. An email from your instructor indicating the date change will suffice if it is printed off and brought with you.
The majority of online courses at Lansing Community College require one or more proctored exams. Check your syllabus or contact your instructor to determine if you will be required to test in a proctored environment.
ONLINE COURSE TESTING LOCATIONS
Please click on your preferred location below for testing hours and information.
Main Campus Assessment Center
West Campus Student Services
Livingston County Center (Requires testing appointment)
If you live at least 60 miles from LCC's Main Campus you may request to test at an approved proctored location.
Exams for hybrid courses may also be taken at the Assessment Center. You will want to refer to your syllabus or contact your instructor to find out if they will be in class or the Assessment Center. Exams for hybrid courses will not be sent off campus.
Your instructor may drop off a missed test for your face-to-face course at the Assessment Center. Please review our Testing Guidelines.
Gannon Bldg, Room 200
Phone: (517) 267-5500
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