Menu

New University Testing and Education Center ramps up after extensive renovations in Vickery Hall

August 21, 2019

Programming space for testing and instruction.

Programming space for testing and instruction.

Just in time for the beginning of the academic year, the University Testing and Education Center (UTEC) is up and running and has ramped up its capacity and range of services. The UTEC supports and promotes the University’s educational mission by providing facility resources for academic groups and centralized proctored testing services for students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community.

Located on the second floor of Vickery Hall (map), the UTEC now has the capacity to provide individual “proctored” testing services for up to 60 students at any given time, with additional conference and programming spaces for large group testing as needed. While the focus will remain on supporting accommodated testing in coordination with Student Accessibility Services, the Center will now provide proctored testing for new freshmen and transfer students taking the Clemson Math Placement Test and all students taking distance learning courses.

Individual Testing Stations within the UTEC.

Individual Testing Stations within the UTEC.

This fall, the center will begin the process of pursuing certification from the National College Testing Association and, as a Pearson Vue Testing Service Center, it will provide testing services for more than 450 credentialed certification exams from organizations and societies around the world.

The UTEC will continue to grow and expand the testing services provided to meet the needs of Clemson University and the surrounding community.

Learn more about the UTEC at https://www.clemson.edu/academics/utec/.



Related Posts