Testing Center

Testing Center


Located in the LRC Wing 

Spring Hours 2024
Monday-Friday| 8:00AM -4:30PM
Saturday & Sunday| Closed

MLK Day | Jan. 15
President's Day | Feb. 19
Spring Break | March 18-22
Good Friday | March 29

If you have questions, comments, or need to schedule an appointment, please email us at or call (580) 477-7921.

Testing Office:  (580) 477-7921 

The Testing Center seeks to support the educational mission of Western Oklahoma State College by aiding students, faculty, and staff. The Testing Center seeks to provide high quality testing services for students, graduates, and professionals from the surrounding community. We strive to administer tests in a technologically advanced environment to promote satisfaction and achievement in reaching academic and professional goals. Western’s Testing Center subscribes to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines for Post-Secondary Test Centers.

The Testing and Assessment Center offers a wide variety of services to Western students and the community. These services include: Accuplacer Placement Testing, ACT National Testing, a variety of extra institutional testing (including CLEP and DSST), GED, HiSET, CompTIA, some FAA exams, proctored exams for Western students, and proctored exams for students enrolled in courses from other institutions. For all exams we strongly encourage making an appointment. Testers with an appointment will have priority, if the testing center is at full capacity. Students may request these services by contacting the Testing Center office at (580) 477-7921 or by email at

Photo identification is MANDATORY for ALL testers.

The Testing Center is an important resource for Western Oklahoma State College and the community, serving both students and faculty. The Testing Center at Western is dedicated to providing a secure testing environment and educational integrity. Therefore, these policies will be strictly enforced. 

  • All examinees must show appropriate photo identification to take any exam. Approved types, but not limited to are: school ID, drivers license, passport, state ID, tribal ID, or military ID.

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the Testing Center.

  • Lockers are available and all items must be locked in the locker. To this-ALL cell phones, watches, and electronic devices must be turned completely OFF and stored in a locked locker while in the Testing Lab.

  • No headgear (hats, caps, scarfs, hoodies, etc.) of any kind will be allowed in the Testing Center.

  • All examinees must sign in and out on the roster before testing.

  • Calculators, notes, books, and note paper will only be allowed according to instructor permissions.

  • Pencils, calculators, and scratch paper will be provided by the Testing Center.

  • Under no circumstances is an examinee permitted to print, copy, or remove exam material by any means from the Testing Center.

  • The Testing Center does not tolerate cheating or dishonesty. An Incident Report will be completed, the instructor and Vice President of Student Support Services will be notified immediately to determine the appropriate disciplinary action to be taken. 

  • Any special accommodations needed for testing must be approved by the appropriate parties.

  • No children allowed in the Testing Center.


What is Western Oklahoma State College?

  • About

    Western Oklahoma State College, established as Altus Junior College in 1926, is the oldest original municipal two-year college still in existence in Oklahoma...
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  • Vision

    Western Oklahoma State College aspires to be the outstanding and innovative community college known for its focus on student success and its service to community and regional development.
  • Mission

    The mission of Western Oklahoma State College is to provide high quality education while ensuring equity, supporting student success, and empowering individuals to become productive members of diverse local, regional, and global communities.