Certification exams allow you to earn professional licensure in a number of industries, such as financial planning, public accounting, and school counseling.
Step 1: Schedule your exam
You can schedule your exam during any of these days and times:
- Monday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Certification exams are offered in the Business Building (BS3000).
Step 2: Pay your testing fee
The cost for taking a certification exam is $100 for up to 8 hours of testing. Follow the link below to pay the testing fee.
The sitting fee must be paid prior to the day of your exam. Payment CANNOT be made at the Testing Center. Failure to make advanced payment will result in forfeiture of your appointment.
Proof of payment is required at time of appointment.
What to bring
You must bring a government-issued photo ID that bears your signature. All funded military candidates must present a current military ID and a second form of government-issued photo ID.
Acceptable forms of identification are:
- Current driver's license
- Current state or federal ID card
- Current passport
- Tribal ID card
- Naturalization card
- Certificate of citizenship
What not to bring
All personal belongings must be kept outside of the testing lab. This includes jewelry, watches, wallets, and purses, in addition to these items:
- Cell phones
- Electronic communication devices, visual or audio recording or listening devices, or any device with an on/off button, such as MP3 players, PDAs, tablets, computers, CD players, removable storage devices, calculator watches, clocks, spellcheckers, and so on.
- Eyeglasses with communication and recording devices
- Calculators and calculator manuals (on-screen calculators are provided for tests that allow them)
- Handwritten or printed materials, such as dictionaries, notebooks, scratch paper, textbooks, etc.
- Packages and bags of any kind, such as backpacks and briefcases
- Hats or headwear, except for those being worn for religious or medical purposes
- Food or beverages, including chewing gum
- Unauthorized aids, such as slide rulers, rulers, translation aids, highlighters, etc.
- Unauthorized medical devices, such as Epinephrine injections, except with prior approval