Testing Center

The safety of our students and College community remains our top priority. As a precaution, due to the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19, the College has decided to make changes for the Spring 2020 semester and is moving to virtual solutions to limit the amount of traffic on campus.

With this, our office remains ready to help you with any of your testing needs, however we will be operating by virtual means only (until further notice). Any student who has questions about ADA accommodations, BLACKBOARD use during exams, placement exams and/or any other concerns may contact us using the following methods:

  • Call: 518-406-0839 (We are using an app to make and receive calls; however, the app must be open in order to accept calls, so you will most likely be asked to leave a voicemail.)
  • Email: Testingcenter@sunysccc.edu


Please note: The College continues to work with SUNY, Schenectady County Department of Public Health, and the New York State of Department of Health. Information is changing often. For the latest updates please visit: sunysccc.edu/Coronavirus

Testing and Placement Center

Welcome to the SUNY Schenectady County Community College’s Testing Center information page. The Testing Center is here to serve new, current, and non SUNY Schenectady students’ testing needs. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are here to assist you, so please feel free to call or e-mail us with any questions or concerns. Please see our hours below for the best time to call and visit the Testing Center which is located in Elston Hall, Room 427.

The Testing Center offers a variety of services. If you would like any information on the following items, click the link(s) below or contact the Testing Center today.




Testing Center Forms and Documents please click here.

Please be sure to bring your SUNY Schenectady student ID with you to the Testing Center if you plan on taking any exam so we can ensure test security. If you do not have a student ID, they are FREE in the College bookstore.

*Any incoming or non-SUNY Schenectady testers may use a license or other school ID for verification.