AACC's testing centers offer students many services and assistive technologies. Visit our Accommodations page to view available services and schedule an appointment.
Students who require ADA accommodations during testing must contact Disability Support Services. DSS will assist you with assessing your needs and filling out the appropriate paper work.
If you miss a test, your instructor may ask you to make up the exam in one of AACC's testing centers.
Review your course syllabus or contact your instructor for their specific make-up policies. If your instructor allows you to take your exam in the testing center, we will follow your instructor's directions regarding the administration of your exam.
If you are enrolled in an online or hybrid course, exams may need to be given in an AACC testing center.
Note: Not all instructors send their exams to the testing center for administration. Students must read their syllabuses to determine the exam procedures for their course.
Distance Learning students not living near an AACC testing center who need to complete an exam may request permission from their instructor to complete their exam at an approved testing center.
Follow these steps:
Beginning in summer 2023, the AACC Testing Center at Arundel Mills will offer U.S. Armed Forces active-duty service members, reservists, veterans, and their spouses and dependents from other institutions the ability to have their exams proctored. There is a $30 proctoring fee per exam and appointments are required.
7009 Arundel Mills Circle, Room 112
Hanover, MD 21076
Exams for external institutions will not be accepted during finals. Visit AACC's Academic Calendar to verify dates designated for finals.
If special software is required, AACC’s Help Desk requires up to a one-month notice.