Instructional Testing Services

Instructional Testing Services

Spring Term 2020 - Closed Until Further Notice

The Testing Center is Closed Until Further Notice

  • Closed for proctored testing
  • Please contact your Instructor(s) regarding exams that were scheduled in Instructional Testing during Finals Week of Winter Term.

Please monitor the COVID-19 page for all updates.


Attention Students and Faculty:

The Testing Center will be CLOSED SPRING TERM, until further notice.

Spring 2020 Hours


Main Campus; Center Building
3rd floor, Room 311
(541) 463-5781

Please note:
If you have trouble accessing entry to the Center Building on Saturdays when the testing center is open, please contact Testing Staff at (541) 463-5781.

We are closed Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during Summer Term.

For Instructors:

Test Request Form Complete the form at the beginning of each term to schedule your exams.

ITS iconCenter Bldg Room 311 

Proctored testing for Lane Community College courses. Students are directed to take exams in ITS by their instructor(s).

Students: Be sure to check your course syllabus to see if this is where your test is being proctored.

(Note: Placement Testing & GED Testing are located in Building 1, Room 116.)

Students Testing Will Need:

  1. Photo ID (any valid ID).
  2. Student L# and myLane password, for computerized tests.
  3. Course Name, e.g. HST 102 / Exam Number and Instructor's Name.
  4. Students will be asked to put all of their belongings, including hats, coats, backpacks, cell phones, watches and any electronics in the lockers provided.
  5. Students should arrange for child care during testing.
  6. Students must arrive prior to one hour before closing, in order to start an exam. For exams with longer time limits, students should plan accordingly to ensure that they will be able to complete the exam prior to closing.
  7. Please refrain from wearing strong perfumes which may affect other testers.
  8. You may be asked to access your student schedule in myLane.
  9. Students needing to use a written translation dictionary during testing, should check with Testing Coordinator at least one week prior to testing to determine if we have one in the language needed.

For Testing Center Staff: Report Test Problem