Testing Services at the University of Missouri
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Welcome! Testing Services' mission is to provide comprehensive computer and paper-basedtesting programs and services to local, state, and national candidates, in accordance with the National College Testing Associations's professional standards and guidelines for promoting and protecting the academic integrity of high-stakes test administration.

Testing Services has reopened.   Testing  will be limited to help insure the safety of  everyone involved in the operations.  Face masks covering the mouth and nose are required at all times while at Testing Services.  Please use the  provided hand sanitizer  immediately upon entry.

Let us know how we are doing.  Please take a customer survey if you have used Testing Services.

Our main offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.   Computer-based testing(GRE, TOEFL, MCAT) will be open Wednesday to Saturday. If the University of Missouri is closed then Testing Services will be closed.  The status of the University is available at http://mualert.missouri.edu.  Please check your admission ticket for correct dates and times for all exams in advance.  Our entrance is on the south side of Parker Hall on the ground level.  Limited space is available on a walk-in basis for exams.  Please call 573-882-4801 to check availability if you need an immediate exam.  Some examinations require pre-registration and are not available on a walk-in basis.

Now available: On-line registration for most exams! Click here to register for exams.  Visa or Mastercard accepted.  Student charge is not accepted.

Payment information: Most exams will be paid using our new online registration system by credit card or debit card.   Standby testing is available on some tests.  Contact Testing Services for more information.  All exams must be paid in advance.

University of Missouri Testing Services does NOT have designated visitor parking spots for test-takers. Metered parking is available along Sixth Street, Stewart Road, on several levels of Conley Avenue, Hitt Street parking garages, and in the corner lot at Fifth Street and Elm Street. For more information about parking regulations, please visit the MU Office of Parking & Transportation Services or if you park on the city streets visit the city of Columbia's parking website.  Certain city strees allow the use of the parkmoble app, available on your mobile device's app store.

Proctored exams

The special administration fee for proctored exams is $64.50. Please consult your faculty adviser or the requesting agency before you sign up for a special administration since the above fees are nonrefundable.

To request a special administration, please come to Testing Services at 4 Parker Hall or call 882-4801. Prepayment is required before the test will be scheduled. In some situations, you may be required to order the test materials. If so, please request test materials to be shipped toTesting Services, 4 Parker Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO65211. When the materials have arrived, you will receive a call to schedule the testing date and time. Please remember, it is your responsibilityto maintain contact with Testing Services. Testing materials usually arrive with a "return by" date. After this time we are obligated to return them to their source. If after arranging for special administration, you are not called by Testing Services within 10 days,please call us to see if your test materials have arrived. We will make every effort to contact you upon their arrival; however, circumstances sometimes prevent us from being able to reach you.

IF YOU NEED ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ANY OF THE TESTS WE OFFER,PLEASE CALL US FOR MORE INFORMATION.We will be happy to help you!  Appropriate documentation must be provided to Testing Services before any accommodated exam is scheduled. Certain exams will require specific documentation or that the documentation be sent to the exam sponsor.  Students who are registered with the MU Disability Center should have the DisabilityCenter send us a copy of your accommodation memo.  Certainaccommodations may take extra time to implement.

New: Students may be able to get credit for introductory courses at no charge.   The Modern States program will provide CLEP exams at no charge to students who enroll in their program and successfully complete the course.