Testing Services

Umpqua Community College is the official GED Test Center for Douglas County.

Our Testing Service staff provides UCC Placement, GED, UCC Angel courses, Oregon University System (OUS) online courses, and industry based proctored exams.

Fall-Spring Testing Center Hours:

Monday through Friday: 8am – 5pm

Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

June 12, 2017 at 12:30 PM
UCC Main Campus
LaVerne Murphy Student Center (CC) 
Room CC-10 (GED Room) 

If you have questions email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Call 541-440-7659

Placement Test

UCC uses placement tests to help determine your skill level in reading, writing, and math. Placement test scores can also fulfill prerequisites and demonstrate required skill levels for courses.

If you're worried about taking these tests – don't be! The information is only used to help us find out which classes will be right for you.

ALEKS videoMATH: ALEKS Placement Assesment 

ALEKS is an online inventory of your math skills. You don't need to study beforehand. ALEKS will guide you through the process.

READING & WRITING: ACCUPLACER 

ACCUPLACER is an assessment of your reading skills. 

You should study beforehand:

After you receive your placement results:

Review these charts to see your placement course Math (PDF) and English (PDF)

Walk-in Placement Testing Hours (Fall, Winter, Spring)

Tuesday:   8:15 am - 2:30 pm
Thursday: 10:15 am - 2:30 pm
OR by Appointment 

Our office is closed on major holidays. Check the Academic Calendar for additional information on campus closures.

NOTE: Practice & Prepare to Test at Umpqua Community College. It's important to review before taking your placement tests. It could save you time and money! 

GED Test

You can take the General Education Development (GED) test at UCC’s Main Campus. However, you must register for it, set an appointment and pay for the test at GED.com.

VIDEO: Pearson Test Center (review of procedures you may encounter)

Requirements

  • You must be 16 years old to take the GED test.
  • The day of the test, bring a valid, government-issued photo ID: a driver's license, state ID card, passport or military ID.
  • In Oregon, if you're between 16 and 18, and your high school class has not graduated, your school district will have to give permission before you can register online to take the GED. Contact your district to fill out an Education Withdrawal and Application Form.

Need more information, please contact us at 541-440-7659.

Test Location

UCC Main Campus
LaVerne Murphy Student Center (CC) - Room CC-10
1140 Umpqua College Rd
Roseburg, OR 97471

PARKING: You can park anywhere that is not designated. Call 541-440-7659 for more information.

If you are interesed in taking GED classes prior to your test, please contact the UCC STEP program at 541-440-4603 for GED class information.

Requesting Copies of your GED transcripts or diploma

Visit GED.com and select Request Transcript at the top. Call 888-906-4031 for more information.

GED Test Practices and Calculator Tutorial

View / Download GED Testing Information 

Proctoring Services 

If you attend another college or university and need to take a supervised exam or professional licensure exam, UCC provides proctoring services for $20, paid in Cash, Check, or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover)

Proctoring services are free for current students and employees. Tests are admistered by appoitment. 

Schedule Proctored Exams

For more information or to schedule a proctored exam, call 541-440-7659 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Industry Based Exams

Industry based exams include College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Pearson Vue, and Prometric, DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Pesticide, State Board of Tax Preparers, Building Codes, and Castle Worldwide. Inquires for other industry based exams not listed may be directed to the Testing Coordinator.

View / Download Industry Exam Information