The Testing Center is open and operating for on campus and remote exam appointments Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EST.
The Testing Center provides a secure, comfortable and minimally distractive testing environment for Duke undergraduates who qualify and are enrolled in a course with a professor who uses the Testing Center.
If instructors choose to use the Testing Center, the decision should be stated in the class syllabus. If you are unsure whether your instructor uses the Testing Center, speak with them directly well in advance of your first exam.
We support the university’s educational mission by providing a calm, professional, and secure testing experience to ensure all administered exams are completed with integrity while upholding the Duke Community Standard. The Duke University Testing Center subscribes to the guidelines set forth in the National College Testing Association’s (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines.
Students who qualify include:
Students granted testing accommodations by the SDAO.
Students granted temporary test-taking supports by the ARC.
Students who need to complete make-up exams due to an approved absence.
Students enrolled in a course with a professor who uses the Testing Center.
Submit a Semester Request and be granted testing accommodations by Student Disability Access Office (SDAO).
Complete screening and be granted temporary test-taking supports by the ARC.
Submit appropriate absence documentation to the instructor.
Schedule exam appointments at least one week in advance of the scheduled test date.
We are happy to provide advice and support to any instructor who is troubleshooting on how to manage the monitoring of high stakes exams or unique situations. Please feel free to reach out to us via phone or email.
310 Trent Drive - Trent Hall - Room 041
Box Number 102470
Durham, NC 27710
Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 5:00PM EST
* Hours will vary during final exams