We provide exam administration and related services to future and current students, and community members. We offer both on campus and remote testing options. Appointments are required for all tests.
In addition to placement and course testing, we offer experience for credit testing such as Credit by Exam, Advanced Placement, CLEP and others. You'll also find many certification and licensure testing options, such as WorkKeys, GED and more.
We proctor individual makeup and accommodative tests for Delta College classes, including on-campus, online, and hybrid courses. We continue to offer both in-person and remote proctoring options.
Set up a course test
- Contact your instructor to ensure exam materials and instructions have been submitted to the Testing Center.
- In-person appointments are scheduled via TracCloud. Students wishing to take an academic exam remotely should reach out to us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further assistance.
- Arrive (or login) on time to your appointment with photo ID (see guidelines below for details) and any permitted testing materials.
For remote tests, the day prior to your appointment, you will be contacted by your assigned proctor with the Zoom link and reminders for the test session. You will need a stable internet connection, a webcam and microphone, and a laptop, desktop or Chromebook in order to test remotely.
Show up for your appointment
To ensure we can meet the needs of as many students as possible, it is our expectation that students arrive at your on-campus or remote appointment on time. If you're unable to keep your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible.
Proper identification is required at check-in for everyone taking a test in the Testing Center. It must be current and include a photo of the you along with your first and last name. Acceptable forms include driver's license, state ID, passport, Delta College or other school ID. Individuals without acceptable forms of ID will not be permitted to test with the Testing Center.
Personal and electronic items
Only those items needed to take a test are permitted to be accessible during testing. All other items must be stored out of reach. Electronic items, including cell phones, iPods, Apple watches, etc., not including those used for testing, must be turned off and stored.
Materials allowed for testing will be listed on the request form from your professor. Proctors will reference this form throughout your test. If you feel the items listed are inaccurate, please let your proctor know at the time of testing so they can contact your instructor for further guidance.
Violation of rules
If you violate the directions established by an instructor or the Testing Center, the testing proctor will stop the exam immediately. You will be asked to leave the meeting and an incident report will be sent to your instructor explaining why the exam was stopped. Any further action is determined by your instructor.
Below is a video walk-through and written instructions for using the TracCloud system. If you need any further assistance with TracCloud, please let us know; we'd be happy to help! You may reach us at 989-686-9182 or email@example.com.
As of June 8, 2022, ACCUPLACER® is no longer required for placing in courses. Updates regarding course placements can be found at the link below.
Students validating for the Nursing program for the 2022-2023 academic year or in a skilled trades program may still need to take the Accuplacer test. If this applies to you, please reach out to the Testing Center at (989) 686-9182 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience for Credit
Looking for Credit-by-Exam, CLEP, or other credit for experience options? Reference our Experience for Credit page.
Certification, Licensure, and GED Testing
Looking for information on your GED, certification, or licensure exam options? Reference our Certification & Licensure page.
We subscribe to the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines and are committed to maintain the highest compliance with nationally recognized professional testing standards and practices.