Student Services

Non SCF Student Proctored Test Information

There is a $25.00 charge for each proctored test (up to 4 hours in length) and $50.00 for anything over 4 hours.  The fee covers the administration of the test instructions from the home institution, as well as completion of any and all forms associated for the proctoring session.  

The student is responsible to provide a postage paid envelope to SCF when the student's institution requests that original tests be mailed back.  

All fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

 All students must present a valid photo ID to test.  Testing Technicians/Proctors are responsible for verifying the identity of every examinee.

The Assessment/Testing Center must receive all Proctored Non SCF tests and materials at least 24 hours in advance.  It is the student's responsibility to ensure that the ATC has all materials the day before testing.  

Bradenton Campus Email:
Mail To:
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
Assessment/Testing Center-Building 1 Room 203
5840 26th St West
Bradenton, FL 34207
Venice Campus Email:
Mail To:
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
Assessment/Testing Center-Building 100, Room 154
8000 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice, FL 34293


All belongings will be secured:  Please place all belongings in a locker (Bradenton campus) or security bag (Venice campus) including: headwear, purses, sunglasses, drinks, gum, candy and watches.  All electronic devices must be completely turned off-not on vibrate or silence-and in a locker or security bag.  Pockets must be empty.  No food or drinks are allowed in the testing rooms.

 Entering and exiting the ATC:  Please enter and exit the testing area quietly.  Students may leave for restroom breaks only, however, the timer cannot be stopped.

 Test-Ready:  All students should be test-ready when reporting for their tests.  The ATC does not allow studying in our lobby.

 Integrity and Security of Examinations:  The ATC uses an electronic audio & visual monitoring system during all testing.  The Testing Technicians/Proctors are responsible for test integrity and for maintaining the security of examinations.  All irregularities or problems will be documented by the Testing Technicians/Proctors.  The Testing Technicians/Proctors have the right to stop any test due to suspicious activity, disruption or prohibited behavior.

 Testing Problems:  Testing problems must be reported within 3 business days, to the Director of Assessment/Testing Center.  Disability Resource Center students must report any testing problems to the Coordinator of the Disability Resource Center within 3 business days.

 ATC hours of operation:  ATC’s operating hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. All exams will be stopped, by the Testing Technician/Proctor, 15 minutes prior to ATC’s closing time.  It is the student’s responsibility to schedule enough time to take the exam.  

The Assessment/Testing Center reserves the right to deny administration of any exam.


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