Providing services for students and community members
Our Testing Center provides current students, future students, and surrounding community members with a variety of testing and assessment services that are required for admission, placement, certification, and licensure.
Remote Testing Information
Arrangements can be made to have placement exams proctored remotely. Students must contact the Testing Center staff by email or phone.
Please include the following information:
- Current Phone Number
- Email Address
In order to proctor a remote placement exam, the following requirements are needed:
- Current physical photo ID
- Web camera
- Microphone optional
- Internet connection
- Quiet testing environment
The Testing Center staff will respond to your inquiry by email or phone to arrange a date and time to proctor a remote placement exam.
Testing Center Mission
The primary mission of the Testing Center is to assess students' abilities so they can achieve academic success, personal growth, or career development.
The Testing Center supports the college's mission statement by offering a high quality, secure, confidential, and friendly testing environment to meet the needs of students and the region it serves. Our focus is to provide meaningful services to our customers while also promoting their academic, career, and personal goals.
The Testing Center is located on the Norfolk Campus in the College Welcome Center. You can enter Door #3 labeled "Testing and Disability Services" and proceed to Room 1252 or 1256.
We offer the following tests:
Testing Center Hours
|Monday - Friday||7:00 am - 5:00 pm|
South Sioux City Campus
|Monday||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Friday||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
O'Neill Extended Campus
Call to set up an appointment
West Point Extended Campus
Call to set up an appointment
*Available hours are subject to change without notice
The Testing Center strives to provide secure, accurate testing and assessment services in an efficient and consistent manner. To fulfill this goal, we ask the following for each test:
REMOTE ACCUPLACER: Students seeking to enroll at Northeast, but cannot test at the main or extended campuses, may take the ACCUPLACER assessment at another location. Please contact the Testing Center to arrange a Remote ACCUPLACER test at the preferred site. Once students are registered for the ACCUPLACER assessment, contact the chosen location to schedule a testing appointment. Students seeking to take the ACCUPLACER assessment at a Testing Center of their choice need to contact the other institution to register for a Remote ACCUPLACER assessment.
ACT: Students requesting an ACT exam must register online at www.act.org.
ASE: Candidates requesting an ASE test must call the Testing Center to schedule an appointment prior to testing. The ASE test fee is paid directly to ASE through its official website www.ase.com. Candidates must provide the following information to the Testing Center when scheduling an appointment: ASE Eligibility Number, Primary Phone Number, and Test(s) to be taken.
ATI TEAS Assessment: Students requesting an ATI TEAS test must contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment prior to testing. The testing fee is paid to ATI testing with a valid credit or debit card on the day of the test. Students must also a have current government-issued ID with a photo, signature, and address.
CLEP: Students requesting a CLEP test must contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment prior to testing. The CLEP test fee is paid directly to CLEP through its official website wwww.clep.collegeboard.org before the day of the test. Students must create an account and pre-pay the CLEP fee with a valid credit or debit card for the exam. After the students complete their account, they must print a non-refundable testing voucher, which is valid for 6 months. Students must bring the printed CLEP Voucher Ticket to the Testing Center in order to test. Students must have a current government-issued identification with photo and signature, and pay a non-refundable administration fee to Northeast.
Distance Learning Exams: Prior to scheduling a testing appointment at Northeast, students must contact the institution responsible for the exam and request approval for the Testing Center to proctor the course exam and other testing specifics. Students requesting a distance learning test must schedule an appointment with the Testing Center prior to testing. A non-refundable administration fee may be required in order to test in the Testing Center.
DSST: Students requesting a DSST test must contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment prior to testing. The test fee is paid to DSST with a valid credit or debit card on the day of the test. Students must also have a current government-issued identification with photo and signature, as well as pay a non-refundable administration fee to Northeast. www.getcollegecredit.com
Instructor's Make-Up Exams: Students requesting a make-up exam must have their instructor's permission and contact the Testing Center to schedule an appointment.
MAP: Students requesting a MAP test should contact the Testing Center in order to schedule an appointment prior to testing. Students must have a valid government-issued or current school-issued photo ID and a Northeast college wide ID number on file.
Pearson VUE Tests: Candidates requesting a Pearson VUE exam must register with Pearson VUE at www.pearsonvue.com.
Praxis I and Praxis II: Candidates requesting a Praxis I, Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE), or a Praxis II exam must register with the Educational Testing Services at www.ets.org/praxis.
Testing with Accommodations: Students requesting to test with accommodations must contact the Director of Disability Services at (402) 844-7343 and have their Testing Access Accommodations Letter sent to the Testing Center prior to testing.
Need Disability Services before you test?
Students with disabilities who are taking a test and/or plan to attend Northeast may need reasonable accommodations, modifications, or auxiliary aids/assistive technology in order to have equal access to offered programs and services. If accommodations are needed, please contact the Director of Disability Services at (402) 844-7343. Documentation regarding a student's disability is required.