Testing Center

Make-up Exams

Make-up exams are intended for students who are absent on test days due to illness, emergency, or other permissible events. Northeast's Testing Center offers a quiet, relaxed atmosphere and a flexible schedule for meeting both instructors’ and students’ needs. Testing staff will be responsible for maintaining security of exam materials, carefully verifying students' photo IDs, and administering exams according to specific guidelines set by each instructor.

Photo identification is required for all testing.

Acceptable forms of photo identification include:

  • Current college student ID
  • Current driver’s license
  • State approved ID
  • Current state of federal ID card
  • Current passport of passport card
  • Tribal ID card
  • Naturalization card

In order to schedule a date and time to test, please contact Northeast’s Testing Center by calling 402-844-7281, emailing testing@northeast.edu, or visiting Northeast’s Testing Center located in the College Welcome Center, Room 1252.

When scheduling a testing appointment, provide Northeast’s Testing Center with the following Information:

  • Instructor's Name
  • Course name
  • Format: paper/pencil or computer based
  • Length of time

Testing Center Guidelines

Information for Faculty:

Faculty must complete a “Request for Instructor’s Test” form for their students.

When requesting a test to be administered in the Testing Center, please include the following information:

  • The Student's name
  • The actual length of time for the test
  • The day(s) the tests can be administered
  • Requirements needed to complete the test
  • Any special instructions for the test
  • Username and password for online testing
  • Extend the time limit for students with the extended accommodations
  • Specify the internet browser: IE, Firefox, or Chrome
  • The “Request for Instructor’s Test” form can be emailed to testing@northeast.edu, dropped off at the Testing Center during its hours of operation, or placed in Kathy Schwartzer’s mailbox in the Maclay’s mailroom