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Testing Service Information for Students

Testing Services at WSU offers 15 testing slots a week for students to take tests. Information on when students can take tests, where tests will be held and how to get a proctor for a test can be found on this page.

If you have any questions, please contact Jillian Quandt at 507.457.5680 or

When is Testing Services Open? 

We have 15 testing slots each week. Proctoring is on a space available basis for up to 6 students at a time.

Mondays 1-3:30 pm
Tuesdays 3-6:30 pm
Wednesdays 10-1:30 pm
Thursdays 8:30 am -12 pm
Fridays 10 am-1:30 pm

Testing Accommodations

Students with disabilities who need testing accommodations should contact WSU Access Services Instead of Testing Services.

Test Day Information

Bring a photo ID every time you take an exam.

You should also bring any materials needed to take the exam such as Scantron forms, pens or pencils, blue books, etc. If you are a Distance learner taking a paper exam bring an addressed and stamped envelope for us to return the exam to your professor.

Many exams will be proctored in Library 206, however, if you sign up for a group proctoring event please check the location on the email reminder you receive. Check the campus map if you are unsure where your testing location is.

Parking Information: Metered spaces are usually available on Johnson Street directly east of Krueger Library (meters accept quarters only). Otherwise, allow for enough time to walk up to 4 blocks for free street parking.

Testing Center Policies

  • All personal belongings including coats, jackets, hats, purses, study materials, backpacks and electronic devices (phones, tablets, etc.) must be stored outside the reach of the student.
  • Photo I.D. (Warrior ID card, drivers license, government issued photo I.D.) is required for all tests. No exceptions.
  • Students who arrive significantly late may need to reschedule.
  • You are not allowed to leave the room once an exam has started. 
  • All test materials including scratch paper must be returned to the proctor upon test completion.
  • No hats are allowed in the testing room with the exception of religious headwear.
  • Eating or drinking is not allowed during exams.
  • Students taking computerized exam must show the proctor the submission screen before leaving the room.
Cheating-suspected incidents will be managed in accordance with the WSU Disciplinary Code. Security video cameras, monitoring software, microphones, other security-related equipment, and visual observation may be used throughout the testing rooms to ensure fairness to all examinees.

How do I get a Proctor? 

  1. Generally, at least 48 hours notice is required in order for us to receive the exam from the instructor in time.
  2. Contact your professor to get permission to take the exam in Testing Services, if they agree, ask them to visit the WSU Testing page to fill out the WSU Faculty Proctoring Request form
  3. Once your professor has completed their form you will immediately receive an email with a link to a quick form for you to fill out and instructions to schedule your exam.
  4. If you later need to reschedule your exam you can log in again to the scheduling system.

 How do I get a proctor?

  1. Generally, at least 48 hours notice is required in order for us to receive the exam from the instructor in time.
  2. Ask your professor to visit the WSU Testing page to fill out the Non-WSU Faculty Proctoring Request form.
  3. Fill out the Student Information Form for non-WSU exams and any proctoring form required by your professor.
  4. Schedule a time to take the exam by calling 507.457.5680 Monday-Friday 8-4:30. However, if you a WSU student you can access the online scheduling system directly. Choose Testing Services as the Center and Distance Proctoring as the reason to make your own appointment.

Is there a fee for proctoring?

Students not enrolled at WSU or another MinnState institution will need to pay a fee of $20 for up to 2 hours and $5 each additional hour or portion thereof for each exam. Please be prepared to pay with a check.