Testing Center

Placement Testing for New Students

Incoming students to Park University may be required to take placement exams. More GO

Online Course Proctoring

Park University now requires remote proctoring for some courses. See your course syllabus for more information. See our remote proctoring page here.

Tests Administered

  • ACT
  • CLEP
  • DSST
  • MoGEA
  • Paraprofessional (MEGA)
  • Proctored exams for other schools

Free preparation help for these and many other tests may be found online. One online source of test preparation resources is Varsity Tutors http://www.varsitytutors.com/practice-tests This site is not associated with Park University, and we do not manage the content there, but students may find useful information. 

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Makeup Exams

Parkville campus students who miss a scheduled exam (or need to make alternate arrangements to take an exam) may be able to schedule the exam with the Testing Center. Your instructor will need to send your test to testingcenter@park.edu along with a proctor form. You will need to call the Testing Center at 816-584-6887 to schedule an appointment for your test. Students who receive testing accommodations for a disability also need to contact the Testing Center to make an appointment. You must contact the Testing Center at least 24 hours in advance of your test to make your appointment.

Contact Information

Testing Center:
Phone: 816-584-6887
Fax: 816-505-5449
Email: testingcenter@park.edu

Location and Hours


MA231, in the underground next to the bookstore. Campus map

Testing Center Hours

Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays: 8:30 am - 4 pm

Wednesdays:  8:30 am - 8:00 pm

Fridays: CLOSED

Saturdays: 10 am - 4 pm

Please note the following holidays for 2018 on which the Testing Center will be CLOSED:

Martin Luther King Jr. day, Monday, Jan. 15

Presidents' Day, Monday, Feb. 19

Memorial Day, Monday, May 28

Call the Testing Center if you have questions about our services or hours at 816-584-6887.  If you need services during a time that is not shown above, please contact the Academic Support Center 816-584-6330 to see if we can make arrangements to accommodate you.

Appointments are required for testing, with one day advance notice.