University Testing Services will resume operations on campus beginning August 24th in accordance with precautionary measures and procedures. UTS can administer the following exams in person by appointment only: Faculty make-up exams, ADA accommodated testing, CLEP, BYU FLATS and THEA exams. Students will be required to wear face masks and observe social distancing rules. For assistance during this time, please email Matthew Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org or Moisés Torrescano at email@example.com or call (210) 283-6327.
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Due to the current circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Testing Services is currently not administering face-to-face or online CLEP exams. As a substitute for the CLEP Spanish, French, and German Language Exams, students can take the BYU FLATS exam to earn credit for foreign language course requirements. BYU FLATS exams will be offered in an online proctoring format for our students. Students must obtain approval by the Registrar’s Office prior to registering for the exam. Please contact Matthew Gonzalez, Coordinator of Testing, at (210) 283-6327 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information.
University Testing Services is committed to delivering supportive, accurate academic testing to students, staff, faculty members, and university departments in a secure and non-distracting environment.
We accomplish our mission by collaborating with faculty, administrators and University academic programs. The principal objective of this shared endeavor is to enhance students’ experience at UIW, promote retention and graduation.
University Testing Services (UTS) provides a full range of University and national tests examination services to UIW main campus students and affiliated high schools. University Testing Services' main objective is to serve students and faculty with the utmost professionalism and integrity, in accordance with the National College Testing Association’s Professional Standards and Guidelines (NCTA).
Testing services are available to current UIW students and alumni. All testing schedules are subject to change without notice.
University Testing Services constantly strives to improve its services. Students’ feedback is very important. Please take five minutes to answer this three-question survey. Your participation is highly appreciated.
University Testing Services encourages any student or faculty who has a complaint about its policies or services to discuss it with Matthew Gonzalez, Coordinator of Testing Services (email@example.com).
Conflicts which cannot be resolved by Testing Services will be referred to Moises Torrescano, Director of Auxiliary Academic Services (firstname.lastname@example.org — (210) 829-3928; 51 Administration Building). It is highly recommended that grievances are received in writing.
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Coordinator of Testing Services
Moises J. Torrescano
Director of Auxiliary Academic Services