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Testing Services

Accommodated Testing Services

Faculty click here for more information.


Information for Students:


To schedule any test at Testing Services students need to go through the Disability Services Portal.


All registration information for accommodations at CWU are through Disability Services.  There is an electronic system set up to provide communication between faculty and students and to arrange for testing in CWU Testing Services' quiet rooms.

To schedule any test at Testing Services students need to go through the Disability Services Portal. It is the student's responsibility to schedule the test.  Tests should be scheduled at the time that you have pre-arranged with your professor. Tests should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance to allow time for your test to be sent to Testing Services. 


Please remember:

You must have a valid ID (connection card or valid Drivers License) with you when arriving for  testing at CWU Testing Services.

Cell phones and other electronics and all your belongings must be stored in a designated location (locker or shelf) or don't bring them with you. This includes hats, wallets, watches, keys, skateboards, backpacks, as well as cell phones and all other electronic devices.

Testing Services does its best to provide secure storage location for your belongings but we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

There is no eating, drinking, use of tobacco products or electronics while in the Testing Center. Also please go lightly on scented products while in the Testing Center due to others' possible sensitivities.



Information for faculty:

Beginning with Fall 2015 Disability Services is using a new system via their web site which will coordinate and document interactions with accommodated students.  Please visit their web site and become familiar with the new system.

Beginning Fall 2012, Testing Services took over one of the functions of  the Disability Services office. We are the test center for the University and we work hard to ensure that our test environment is as quiet and distraction free as we can make it and that test security is maintained. Students are not allowed to retain any of their personal possessions during the exam unless you state otherwise on your proctoring form. 

If your student has registered with DS and has been given accommodations for classroom exams and you are unable to provide those testing accommodations in your classroom or department,  then Testing Services is available to proctor those exams.  We are not part of Disability Services.



Disability Services (now located in Hogue 126, ext 2214) is the office which reviews the documentation for accommodations, you can read their policies and procedures on line.  All disability services will be handled through their new system. Please visit their web site and become familiar with the process.

Our office hours are from 8-5 pm Monday through Friday.  Mondays and occasionally  Fridays have limited seats due to a fixed schedule in our testing room for the GRE, MCAT, and TOEFL. 

You may send inquiries regarding Accommodated Testing to or call 509-963-1847.

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