Iowa City Test Centers | Distance and Online Education
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IC Test Centers


Iowa City Test Centers 

Iowa City Test Centers provide face-to-face proctoring for online and paper-based exams.

If you do not have access to a quiet/private location and/or a computer that is sufficient for Proctorio exams, please contact us at 319-467-4628 or via email at to schedule a space in the North Campus Test Center.


Chemistry Building Entrance


North Campus Test Center

Chemistry Building

230 N Madison Street, Iowa City, IA 52242

  • Room W216 CB is our main test center which has 48 reduced distraction seats.

CEF Test Center


Continuing Education Facility Test Centers
30 S Dubuque St, Iowa City

  • Room 234 CEF is our axillary test center which seats 67 students.


Proctoring hours for Summer 2021:

Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Limited proctoring hours available when classes are not in session.
  • No proctoring available on designated University of Iowa holidays.
    • See calendar for dates of Midterms, Finals, breaks, and designated holidays.

NOTE: Hours listed above are subject to change. Please contact with any questions.

  • Upon arrival, check in with the proctor and provide a valid photo id to receive your exam.
  • Only materials pre-approved by your instructor are allowed at the desk while you test.
    • You may use foam ear plugs to avoid auditory disturbances. If you do not have your own foam ear plugs the proctor can provide them to you upon request.
  • Phones must be turned off and stored with your personal belongings.
  • No food or drink is allowed at the desks.
    • Store any food & drinks with your belongings, where you may access it if needed.
  • No guests are allowed in the testing room.
  • The Test Center is not responsible for personal items stored during the exam.

All activities in the Test Center are monitored and recorded. Use of the Test Center constitutes consent to video and audio monitoring.

Any suspicious behavior will be documented and reported to your instructor. Examples of suspicious behavior include but are not limited to:

  • speaking or communicating to other students in any way
  • looking at someone else's exam
  • looking at notes, books or other materials not specifically allowed
  • using electronic devices not specifically allowed