The Thomas L. Keon Testing Center is a fully secured testing facility which provides flexibility and convenience to business students and their professors. Students can arrive anytime within the start and end time of their scheduled exam(s) but must complete each exam on time and/or when the Testing Center closes for the night.
Spring 2023 Hours and Holidays
|Monday — Friday*
*Closed when no class exams are scheduled
|7:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.|
|Saturday — Sunday||[CLOSED]|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 16th
Monday, March 13, 2023 – Sunday, March 19, 2023
The Testing Center will be closed for all campus holidays. For weekday football games, we will close when campus closes.
- No books, no bags, no electronic devices of any kind except for a standard or financial calculator.
- No helmets or skateboards.
- Students must provide a valid UCF student ID to be admitted into the Testing Center.
- Lockers are available for $.25 and $.50 in room 105 (Left of the Testing Center)
Thomas L. Keon Testing Center
College of Business Administration
University of Central Florida
P.O. Box 161400
Orlando, Florida 32816-1400
The Testing Center is not an open university computer lab. Any organizations or individuals outside of the UCF College of Business Administration seeking a tour or to photograph the Testing Center must seek permission from the Dean’s Office at least two weeks prior to the event.
Computers in the Testing Center are configured with the minimal software required for testing only. No printers, multimedia or copy machines are available in the Testing Center.
Lost and Found
Any personal items found by the staff will be placed at the front desk of the Testing Center and they will be turned into the main lost and found (BA-1, room 230) at the end of the week. It is recommended that students do not bring valuables into the Testing Center. The Testing Center is not responsible for lost personal items or data.
Testing Center Proctors
One or more trained proctors will be present throughout a scheduled testing period. Proctors will move around the room during an exam to monitor student progress, to ensure that no unauthorized materials are present, to make certain that lab equipment is not moved or removed, such as monitor screen protectors/filters and to answer basic WebCourses log-in questions.
Testing Center Assistants
Testing Center lab assistants are responsible for providing physical security for the equipment in the lab, and they provide help with student check-in/out.