Bend Testing Schedule

Call 541-383-7539 to make an appointment for reduced-distraction testing. Access to a computer and seating is limited.

Priority will be given to COCC & OSU Cascades Campus students. All other testing is conducted on a space available basis. 

Picture ID is required for all testing

Location Lower Level of the Barber Library


Fall Term Testing on the Bend Campus (September 25th - December 15th)

Mondays        8:30am to 7:00pm

Tuesdays        8:30am to  7:00pm

Wednesdays  8:30am to  7:00pm 

Thursdays      8:30am to  7:00pm 

Fridays           8:30am to 4:00pm (CLOSED on November 10th)

Saturdays       CLOSED

Sundays         12:00pm to 4:30pm  



COCC Testing Center Policies and Regulations - Items Allowed in the Testing Room

Photo ID

Official COCC Testing Center scratch paper provided by the Testing Center at the time of testing.


Scratch paper is destroyed at the end of the exam using the Testing Center shredder.

Official COCC Testing Center Pens/Pencils provided by the Testing Center at the time of testing.

Mechanical pencils are okay, except for VUE tests.


Food and Drinks

Food and Drinks are NOT allowed in COCC Testing Rooms. This includes coffee, water, and chewing gum.


The following items are NOT allowed in the COCC Testing Rooms unless prior approval is received:

Calculators

Listening devices including, but not limited to; cellular phones/pagers, beepers, walkie-talkies, PDAs, or

wireless communicating devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets, MP3 players).

Any device capable of recording audio, photographic, or video content, or capable of viewing or playing back content,

through means such as digital cameras or video cameras.

Food, beverages, or tobacco products.

Hats (unless worn as a religious requirement).

Watches (any type).

Dictionaries, books, pamphlets, reference materials.

Papers of any kind (except for authorized COCC Testing Center scratch paper which will be provided).

Protractors, compasses, or rulers.

Highlighter pens and/or colored pens and colored pencils.

Copying devices.

Transmission or receiving devices.

Mechanical pencils (mechanical pencils are allowed for all tests except VUE and CATS/COMIRA).

Non-medical electronic devices (laptop computers, digital assistants).

Flash/thumb drives or any other portable electronic storage.

Candidate-provided keyboards.

Any other unauthorized testing aids.

Weapons or firearms.

Backpacks, fanny packs, briefcases, bags, purses, wallets, outdoor wear, and any other personal items

should be placed in a locker outside of the testing room.

If lockers are full, then personal items can be taken to candidates car or left behind the testing proctors counter.

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