Saint Louis Community College's testing centers provide a variety of testing services
for current STLCC students as well as non-STLCC students.
Message from the testing centers regarding online courses:
- STLCC is committed to ensuring that each student receives their accommodations.
- Some accommodations can be provided by your instructor such as Extended Time.
- All students should strive to create a quiet and comfortable atmosphere if taking
their exams at home.
- For students who need a reader and/or scribe, the Access office can help provide software
to assist you with those needs.
- Students who feel they are having difficulty receiving their accommodations should
contact a Testing Center and/or the Access Office to see how we can assist.
- Instructors may require you to use a lockdown browser for exams. (STLCC uses Respondus
- It is important that you contact your instructor as well as the Testing Center to
notify them of your accommodations.
St. Louis Community College uses an untimed computerized placement test to help you
know the right courses for you. After testing you can meet with your advisor to discuss
the course work that would be best for you and let you start college with confidence.
Learn more about placement tests
English as a Second Language (ESL) Assessment
The ESL Assessment is required of students whose native language is not English, and
wish to register and attend classes at STLCC. If English is not your first language,
you must demonstrate a level of English language proficiency through STLCC's ESL Assessment.
Learn more about ESL assessment
STLCC's testing centers offer proctoring services to test takers from other universities
or organizations as a community service . We proctor both paper- and computer-based
tests, and we charge a flat $20 proctor fee per test in order to cover our expenses.
Learn more about proctored tests
Out of Class (ADA) Testing
Students who receive Out of Class (ADA) Testing Accommodations can take their tests
at one of our Testing Centers. Appointments are required and the student must call,
email or stop by the testing center to make an appointment. Appointments will need
to be scheduled at least two days in advance. The appointment time will not be altered
for late arrivals. If a student arrives 15 minutes past their appointment time, the
test may have to be rescheduled.
Learn more about out of class testing
Locations and Hours
August - May all campus Testing Centers
- Mondays - Thursdays - 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
- Fridays from 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
June and July all campus Testing Centers
- Mondays and Thursdays - 8 a.m. -6 p.m.
- Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Fridays 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Student Information Desk
William J. Harrison Education Center
Student Information Desk
Mon-Wed: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m