Collin College is ready to welcome students virtually or in blended classes on Monday, Aug 24.
View the College Restart Plan

The TSI Assessment is now available for ALL students:

Online (PRIMARY), through a virtual testing platform. Click HERE for more details.

Please review the Student Quick Guide for specific technical requirement.

In-Person (LIMITED), testing can be completed on campus at testing centers by appointment. Click HERE for more details.

Class exams

Class Exams: Some Collin classroom tests are administered on an appointment basis during the Testing Center’s published hours. Seating is limited.  Booking information coming soon.


 

The Collin College Testing Centers are committed to providing a high quality of support services to the students, faculty and community. We provide students access to a comfortable, secure test environment designed to facilitate their personal and professional educational goals.

As of August 26, 2013, the new Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment was enacted for all Texas public colleges and universities.  Any new student who has not earned credit through college course work prior to 8/26/13 or met a state approved exemption is subject to the new TSI Assessment requirement.  Previous TSI approved tests (Compass, Accuplacer, THEA, and Asset) are no longer accepted.

Collin College Testing Centers offer a variety of testing services.  Click on the test of interest to see more specific test information.
 
Please review our Testing Center Guidelines prior to taking any test in our Testing Centers. 

Anatomy & Physiology I (BIOL 2401) Assessment

Classroom Tests 

CLEP (College Level Examination Program)

College-Level Math Assessment

Correspondence Exams 

EMT/Fire Science/Paramedic Assessment

ESL Assessments 

HiSET Testing 

PSB (Psychological Services Bureau)

TSI (Texas Success Initiative) (for Collin Students only)


Credit by Exam

State/National Testing

Helpful Links  

 

 

Scheduling: Students are encouraged to allow sufficient time for completing an exam within the published hours of the Testing Center. All exams are collected at closing time, even if not complete.  All CLEP and correspondence testing must be scheduled in advance. Please note: Collin College ceased to be a test site for THEA as of December 22, 2014.

Special Accommodations / Disability Services: It is the policy of Collin College to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities.   For more information and to apply with the ACCESS office, please visit the ACCESS Office here.

 


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