Testing Services is operating with limited capacity. Students and visitors are expected to abide by all current COVID-19 related university policies and public health directives, including:
- wearing a mask/cloth face covering,
- maintaining physical distancing of 6 feet, and
- completing positive self-attestation.
If you are feeling sick (coughing, fever, trouble breathing, etc.), stay home, and contact your healthcare provider. If you must cancel your exam because of illness, we will reschedule the exam as soon as possible. Any testing candidate exhibiting symptoms consistent with being ill will not be admitted for testing.
Students or visitors who do not comply with these directives will be required to leave the testing center; in egregious or repetitive cases, WSU students may be referred to the Center for Community Standards.
We provide assessment, testing, and test information resources for Washington State University and the community.
Proctoring for individual exams
We can proctor individual exams for distance learning courses including WSU Online, WSU Global Campus, BYU Independent Study, and other institutions. We can also proctor for some placement exams, remote Accuplacer, make-up exams, and when a student relocates to Pullman and needs to take an exam from another institution.
We offer the following testing services for college students:
- Psychological assessment
- Test anxiety counseling
- LSAT Law School Admission Test
- WEST Washington Educator Skills Test
- GRE Subject Tests
- TEAS Nursing Education Test
Additional testing services on campus include the WSU Junior Writing Portfolio at the Writing Program, personality, interest, and career testing at ASCC, and accommodations for WSU students through the Access Center.
High school and transfer students
We offer the following exams for high school and transfer students:
High school and transfer students may also be interested in the WSU Writing Placement Exam at the Writing Program.
We offer the following exams for community members:
Assessment services for community members are available at the WSU Psychology Clinic.