|Testing Center Hours|
|Mon.||8 a.m.-7 p.m.|
|Tue.||8 a.m.-7 p.m.|
|Wed.||8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.|
|Thu.||9 a.m.-7 p.m.|
|Fri.||8 a.m.-12 p.m.|
- TSI Assessment: State approved test to assess reading, writing and math skills required by the Texas Success Initiative (TSI).
- Accuplacer: Computer based test used for certain certificate students to measure reading skills.
- Instructor/Individualized/Make-up Testing: With instructor permission, students may use the Counseling Center as a site for “make-up” exams or for exams for individualized classes.
- VCT & Distance Education/Online Courses: In order to provide each student with the opportunity to complete their education, Lee College offers distance learning courses and is a part of a network of Texas community colleges offering online, video and televised classes. These students are allowed to take their tests in the Testing Center.
- G.E.D.®: The General Educational Development (G.E.D.®) Testing Service. The G.E.D.® Test measures your knowledge and academic skills against those of today’s traditional high school graduates.
- ACT and SAT tests are offered periodically throughout the fall and spring semesters with preregistration required.
- The Testing Center offers proctor services for students attending other institutions. There is a $15 proctor fee per exam to be paid prior to testing. Specific questions regarding these services should contact the Testing Center directly at 281.425.6430.
Students should call (281.425.6384) or come to the Counseling Center to schedule an appointment or receive information about registration for a particular test in advance. For college placement testing students must talk with a Counselor for advisement before scheduling an appointment.
Students and faculty are encouraged to be familiar with the Guidelines for Make-Up/Individualized Testing.
Please refer to the Testing Schedule for testing time availability.
Students with Disabilities requiring additional test time or specialized testing may test in the Testing Center. For this accommodation, students should first contact Disability Services.