On-Campus Testing Resumes
UNT Dallas Testing Mission Statement
UNT Dallas' Office of Testing Services supports the institutional mission of empowering students, transforming lives, and strengthening communities by providing opportunities for the assessment of knowledge, validation of learning, and certification of skills to foster upward mobility of our students and citizens while maintaining exam integrity in a secure testing environment that adheres to the professional standards and guidelines outlined by the Texas Association of Collegiate Testing Professionals and the National College Testing Association.
Current Test Offerings:
- TSI Assessment
- Correspondence / Distance Learning Tests
- Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
- Scantron Assessment Solutions (Castle Worldwide)
- ACT Residual
Phone: (972) 338-1769
7300 University Hills Blvd.
Student Services Center Building Room 2025
Dallas, TX 75241
Note: Once you are inside the Student Center follow signs for the Learning Commons
Important Things to Know
- Payment - All payments must be through the online portal
- Parking - Please plan to arrive 20 to 30 minutes prior to your testing appointment if you are not a UNT Dallas student to receive a visitor parking permit. As a visitor, there are different parking options during your stay at the University. For your parking convenience, UNTD serves all students by providing over 780 parking spaces in 2 parking lots. Visitors are encouraged to park in the spaces designated “Visitor Parking Permit Required.” Guests are limited to two free (daily) permits per school year. Subsequent permits are sold in Parking Services or online for $5.00 per day. A visitors parking permit may be obtained from the UNTD Police Office located in suite #131 of Founder's Hall (7400 University Hills Blvd), at the welcome booth when driving on the campus, or online. Guests and visitors to the campus are defined as anyone who is not enrolled in classes or works for the university, and who is NOT otherwise affiliated with the university in any way.
- Dress - Dress comfortably in layers for all testing scenarios; be prepared so you can adapt to variations in room temperature. Although oversized jackets or coats are not permitted by many testing sponsors, you may wear sweaters or light-weight outerwear. Hats and other none religious headgear can’t be worn into the testing room.
- Identification - Acceptable identification documents include passport, driver's license, state identification issued by motor vehicle agency, state concealed handgun license, valid school id or military identification. Photocopied documents are unacceptable.
Always check the policies and procedures of your test sponsor. Be aware of items that you may or may not bring to the testing center. The following items are strictly prohibited in the computer testing labs and may not be accessed during any scheduled or unscheduled break (with the exception of food and drink):
- Mechanical pencils
- Cellular phones, smartphones (e.g., BlackBerry® devices, iPhones)
- PDAs, tablet PCs, iPods, iPads, other SMART devices
- Study materials (unless permitted by the test sponsor)
- Cameras and all photographic, communication, computer, and electronic devices
- Food, drinks, gum, candy and tobacco products
NCTA Ethics Statement
Testing Services ascribes to the ethical guidelines of the National College Testing Association’s (NCTA), the Professional Standards and Guidelines for Post-Secondary Test Centers of NCTA, and the ethical guidelines of the Texas Association of Collegiate Testing Personnel (TACTP).