MSU Testing Center Increases Its Capacity

MSU Testing Center Increases Its Capacity

Photo of test-taking stations in the MSU Testing Center
Additional Test-Taking Stations in the MSU Testing Center

Earlier in April the MSU Testing Center, a unit of the MSU Libraries, added ten more test-taking cubicles, bringing the total available seats to 65, including the 3 DRC (Disability Resource Center) accommodation rooms.  At present, the new cubicles are being used as additional paper-based exam stations, until additional network access and computers are installed. Once network access and computers have been set up, the Testing Center will be able to accommodate an additional 5 Pearson Vue stations, bringing that total to 15. The Testing Center and RIS (Research and Instructional Services) are collaborating to make optimal use of Room 10B, which is the large instructional room adjacent to the MSU Testing Center, especially in light of the addition of MSU Online Course Test Proctoring services to the service suite of the MSU Testing Center.


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