The Testing Center provides test administration services to Arkansas State University’s students and to members of the regional community. We also provide scanning services for the entire campus.
Committed to a high standard
Testing services are aligned with the University’s mission. The staff of the Testing Center is committed to maintaining nationally recognized professional standards and providing excellent customer service.
The ASU Testing Center is certified by Educational Testing Service (ETS), American College Testing (ACT), The College Board, Pearson VUE and several private boards and societies to efficiently coordinate the organization, administration and security of standardized testing programs.
A-State Testing Center Fee Payment Policy
A wide variety of tests are provided by the A-State Testing Center. Most tests require payment on the particular test company platform, while other tests require payment through the A-State Marketplace app. All tests fees must be paid prior to scheduling a testing session.
Accuplacer, CLEP (scheduling fee) and MAT (Miller Analogies Test) testing require payment through the A-State on-line Marketplace app. Marketplace accepts credit cards (MasterCard or Visa) and debit cards. There is no processing fee for credit or debit card usage. Marketplace does not accept cash; however, payment through personal electronic checks is accepted. Electronic check payments require the customer’s routing and account numbers which are found at the bottom of a customer’s personal checks. For testing requiring payment on A-State Marketplace, A-State Testing Center staff will contact the student by phone and/or email to schedule an appointment once the Testing Center Office receives confirmation of payment.
Payments returned or denied by the credit/debit card holder or financial institution must be cleared within 10-days of testing. Returned or denied payments not received within this timeframe will be reported to the A-State Treasurer’s Office for application of a student registration hold. A student hold will prevent students from dropping or registering for courses; ordering transcripts; or applying for graduation until the outstanding balance is cleared. Testing fees cannot be paid for by financial aid, but must be cleared directly by the student.