RELLIS Testing FAQs
The Testing Center at RELLIS is on the second floor of the Schwartz Building in Room 230.
Contact the RELLIS campus for office hours. PLEASE NOTE: All exams must begin at least 1-1/2 hours before closing. Students who are allowed extended time will need to begin earlier.
Yes, you will need to schedule your exams by e-mailing, calling, or visiting the Office of Disability Services at RELLIS. If you require a scribe or other personalized services, you will need to reserve a time slot.
You should schedule your exam by emailing (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visiting the Testing Center. Reserving your spot will assure that you will be able to test at your scheduled time. Drop-in students will be able to test only to the extent space and proctors are available.
You can test in the Learning Center on the Bryan-Villa Maria campus on weekends. The Learning Center is located on the second floor of the Library (also known as the “C” Building) in Room C217. Weekend hours of operation are Saturday, 9:30AM-2:30PM and Sunday, 5:30PM-9:30PM. Testing services at the Bryan Learning Center include a space for proctored exams, rooms for testing in a distraction-free environment, and an electronic reader.
Faculty members should send an electronic version of the scheduled exam and a completed Testing Center form to the Testing Center. A copy of the Testing Center form can be found below. Exams for students allowed ODS accommodations should be sent to email@example.com. Make-up exams and quizzes for all other students should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blinn College students who are allowed ODS accommodations or who have been approved to complete a make-up exam by their professors may use the Testing Center. TAMUS students who are allowed ODS accommodations or who have been approved to complete a make-up exam by their professors and who are taking classes at RELLIS from a TAMUS school may use the Testing Center.
You will need to bring a government- or college/university-issued picture ID, as well as professor-approved testing supplies.