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University Testing Center

About Us

Welcome to the University Testing Center at N. C. Central University. The University Testing Center (UTC) was established in 1987 under the Division of Academic Affairs. The Testing Center is nationally certified by the National College Testing Association and is the first HBCU in North Carolina to receive such a distinction. In addition, we are the second, four-year, public institution in NC to become certified. The NCCU Testing Center is a premier facility that ensures integrity and exam security in the proctoring and examination processes. 

Contact Information

http://www.nccu.edu/academics/universitycollege/universitytesting/contact-us.cfm

Directions to the Testing Center Office

Thank you for visiting the University Testing Center’s website.  Please allow 30-45 minutes to park and reach the Testing Center.  The current fee to park in NCCU’s Latham Parking deck is $1.00 per hour.  If there are no parking spaces available in Latham Parking Lot (Near the Campus Bookstore), you will need to drive to Campus Parking Services, located at Eagle Landing Residence Hall (919-530-5023), to obtain a parking pass for another location.  You may park behind Centennial Chapel, 408 Brandt Street, Durham, NC  27707 and walk to the Campus Parking Office.

Additional Links

Adverse Weather http://www.nccu.edu/academics/universitycollege/universitytesting/adverse-weather.cfm

Fee Schedule http://www.nccu.edu/formsdocs/proxy.cfm?file_id=2122

Testing Services Offered  http://www.nccu.edu/academics/universitycollege/universitytesting/testingservicesoffered.cfm

Additional Resources  http://www.nccu.edu/academics/universitycollege/universitytesting/additional-resources.cfm

Scanning Services  http://www.nccu.edu/academics/universitycollege/universitytesting/scanning-services.cfm

 
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