What are the hours of operation for the Keon Testing Center?
The Keon Testing Center is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 A.M. to 11:59 P.M., and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.*
*During finals week, the Keon Testing Center will be open 7:00 A.M. to 11:59 P.M., including any Saturday that falls within that week timeframe.
What do I need to bring with me?
Students must bring a valid UCF Student ID to enter the Keon Testing Center; they are likewise required to learn and know their NID and password. Students will not be permitted to write down these credentials on paper or access them from their cell phone or any other electronic device.
Can I look up my NID or change my password in the lab?
No. Students can access only their exam in the lab as most computer functions are locked. If you are experiencing login issues, you will need to speak with the on-duty Testing Center Manager for further instruction.
Can I use my own scratch paper?
No. Students are provided with scratch paper upon check in. Each exam is different, and some professors do not permit scratch paper for their exams. Our staff will make that determination upon your arrival using our Test Management System and issue you only those materials your professor has permitted for your exam.
Does the Keon Testing Center provide calculators for students to use?
No. The Keon Testing Center does not provide calculators to students. UCF LibTech (located on the second floor of the main campus library) does provide calculators for students to check out, free of charge, with a valid Student ID.
Please click the link below for more information relating to LibTech’s process for checking out a calculator:
Can I use my cell phone as a calculator?
No. The use of all electronic devices is prohibited in the Keon Testing Center, save for lab-approved calculators. Please see the Student Guide, link provided below, for list of approved models; you may likewise email firstname.lastname@example.org with the make/model of your calculator to determine whether it will be permitted for your exam.
What other items are prohibited in the Keon Testing Center?
Lab policies prohibit students from bringing any of their personal belongings into the Testing Center. These items include, but are not limited to:
- Food and/or beverages of any kind, including water bottles
- Cell phones, smartwatches, headphones, and all other personal electronic devices.
- Books, notes, or note cards.
Is there space to store my personal belongings while I test?
Students have the option of storing personal belongings in the Thomas L. Keon Testing Center locker room, located next door in BA2-105. Please be aware that locker costs range from $0.25 to $0.50 per use. Know that while you are not required to use the locker room to store your belongings, they will not be permitted into the lab under any circumstances.
Do note that if you store your belongings in a locker without paying, the unit will be left unsecured. If a student places their belongings in the locker you’ve used without realizing it, you will need to wait until they have left the lab to collect your belongings—we cannot disturb any student actively testing, even to help you recover your property.
Free lockers are available for use in the Student Union.
If my friend and I share a locker, will we be able to exchange the key or leave it with lab staff to be picked up?
No. Lab staff are not permitted to hold on to any items belonging to student patrons or disturb anyone actively testing. If you choose to share a locker with your friend, you will need to wait outside for them to finish.
Do you offer appointments?
No. We offer walk-in testing only.
When should I come in to take my test?
As early as you can. Lab staff typically experience spikes in student activity two to three hours before any major exam is scheduled to close, usually towards the end of the night. It is strongly recommended that students do not wait until the last minute to take their exams.
For greater specifics, we strongly advise you please visit the Student Guide on our web platform, link provided below: