The Academic Skills Center (ASC) offers various testing services. Due to the importance of testing, click each type below and carefully read the information. Students with questions are encouraged to contact ASC in advance for clarification prior to arrival at the Academic Skills Center for testing.
The Academic Skills Center provides proctoring of make-up tests for individual students registered in JCC’s classes. Proctoring is provided for both hardcopy and online testing. The Academic Skills Center does not proctor for entire classes but serves as a make-up testing site.
- Students must present a state-issued photo ID or JCC ID card to begin testing.
- Tests are not graded by the Academic Skills Center staff. Students should contact their instructor for test scores.
- Students who are registered with JCC’s Accessibility Services are proctored through that department, not the Academic Skills Center.
- Make-up testing is not required by Johnston Community College or advised by the Academic Skills Center. The allowance of make-up testing is at the sole discretion of the instructor.
The Academic Skills Center provides test proctoring for students enrolled at other colleges/universities.
If a student from another college or university wishes to test at Johnston Community College, he or she should contact the Academic Skills Center at (919)209-2118. The process often requires 2-3 weeks of correspondence, so students are encouraged to begin the process early to meet their testing deadline.
Scheduling Test Proctoring
- Students should confirm their home institution will allow JCC to proctor a test. This often requires a form(s).
- Students should confirm with their home institution and/or instructor that testing will not require JCC to download any computer programs as it is the College's policy not to allow software on campus computers other than those approved and installed by the IT department.
- Once students confirm that JCC will be allowed to proctor a test, students should contact the Academic Skills Center to ensure availability of this service on the proposed testing day/time.
- Students seeking Accessibility Services accommodations must have those approvals through their home institution and should confirm with the Academic Skills Center prior to scheduling proctored exams that the Center can indeed provide the accommodation
For hardcopy mailed testing: Once the Center's availability is confirmed, students should contact their home institution requesting the test and materials be sent to Dr. Cara McConnell via US mail or email. Students should contact Dr. McConnell to ensure the test and materials have arrived. If the materials have arrived, the student and Dr. McConnell will schedule a testing day/time.
For online testing:Students should receive a confirmation email from the Academic Skills Center before arriving for a proctored test.Not receiving an email confirmation indicates the Center does not have all the necessary materials from the instructor or student.
- Students are required to arrive on-time for their testing appointment. Students are not allowed to bring guests, including children, to the Academic Skills Center during testing.
- Students should report to the Academic Skills Center and present a state-issued photo ID.
- Students should present any allowed supplemental materials to the proctor.
- Students should be aware that once testing begins, they are unable to leave the room unless notified in the testing instructions provided by the instructor. Students who leave the Center will forfeit the remaining allotted testing time.
- ests are not graded by the Center staff. On-line tests are submitted directly after testing is completed, and hard-copy tests are mailed to the home institution.
For more information regarding test proctoring through the Academic Skills Center, call (919)209-2117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is required for all students entering JCC Health Science Programs. To assist with test preparation, the Academic Skills Center offers TEAS preparation online software.
- There are NO fees or costs associated with TEAS preparation offered through the Academic Skills Center.
- Contact email@example.com. Include first and last name, 8-digit birthday, JCC student ID number, and JCC student email address for more information.
The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is required for all students entering JCC Health Science Programs. To assist with test preparation, the Academic Skills Center offers a TEAS preparation program utilizing online software.
- There are NO fees or costs associated with TEAS preparation offered through the Academic Skills Center; however, students must attend one workshop.
- Workshops are held in the Academic Skills Center, which is located on the 1st floor of the Learning Resource Center, and will begin promptly; late arrivals will not be allowed to attend the workshop. Students must present a JCC student ID to attend the workshop.
- The workshop is a one-hour session for students to obtain their username/password and training for the software. The software is available to current JCC students and individuals who are actively engaged in the admission process at JCC. This workshop is NOT preparation for the TEAS but provides students with access to hundreds of hours of study content.
- Space is limited and registration is required. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Include first and last name, 8-digit birthday, JCC student ID number, and JCC student email address.
Additional TEAS preparation and study materials are available via hardcopy books and online resources at the JCC Library.
Students are not allowed to bring guests, including children, to the Academic Skills Center during testing.
The Academic Skills Center does NOT provide testing materials other than scrap paper. Any supplemental materials, such as calculators, Scantron forms, books, and other resources or equipment are the responsibility of the student and/or instructor. Any questions regarding the use of supplemental materials are the responsibility of the student and should be directed to the instructor PRIOR to a student arriving for testing.