Giving students flexibility in when they take their exams.
57 Grainger is on the east side of the lower level. Photos will be posted here soon.
The CBTF's normal hours (beginning September 6th) during the Fall 2016 semester are:
|Monday through Thursday||10am - 10pm|
|Friday||10am - 6pm|
|Saturday||11am - 6pm|
|Sunday||11am - 10pm|
We will be on reduced hours until after Labor Day. See the scheduler for availability and to reserve an exam time.
We are closed during university holidays and when Grainger Library is closed. Hours during finals' period are 'to be announced'.
The CBTF recognizes the accommodations identified by the Division of Rehabilitation-Education Services (DRES) and does its best to accommodate all students. If you, as a student, wish to receive accommodations for exams at the CBTF, you should do the following:
The Testing Center will administer all tests in a fair, impartial, and uniform manner. No examinees will be given an advantage over any others. All examinations will be monitored to preclude the possibility of dishonesty. Each exam shall be administered in a uniform manner. The Testing Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, physical handicap, or sexual orientation in the administration of any tests.
The Testing Center recognizes and subscribes to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. Release of information to other university personnel about examinees is restricted to a "need to know" basis.
DRES is the only office authorized to determine the extent of a disability and to prescribe academic adjustments and reasonable accommodations. The Testing Center makes every effort to comply with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other relevant statutes.
All personnel of the Testing Center will avoid all activities which are, or appear to be, improper including (but not limited to): discussing the specifics of any examinations, taking an examination we are entrusted to administer, or coaching or assisting examinees on responding to the questions on any examination. Test Center personnel have the responsibility for disqualifying themselves from a specific activity when a potential conflict exists.
The personnel of the Testing Center encourage anyone who has a complaint with these policies or the services to discuss it with them.