Why Should Your School Be an ACT Test Center?
Your school can be a test center for students taking the ACT tests.
By taking the test at their high school or in the area, students will:
- Be able to take the ACT in a familiar environment.
- Be able to take the ACT close to home.
- Be more comfortable taking the ACT.
- Take the college entrance examination accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities.
Your school can benefit, too! You can:
- Demonstrate your commitment to college readiness.
- Encourage students to go to college.
- Provide a valuable service to your students, parents, and community.
As a test center, your school provides:
- A staff member to serve as the Test Supervisor (paid by ACT)
- Other school staff willing to serve as room supervisors and proctors (paid by ACT)
- Space for testing on national test dates
- Quiet areas—free from distractions and other events
- Classrooms preferred, with full-sized desks
- Plenty of space between examinees for security purposes
- A secure location to store test materials
Fast Facts About Being an ACT Test Center
- There are more than 7,500 ACT test centers in operation around the world.
- More than 80% of all ACT test centers are operated in local high schools.
- ACT provides reasonable reimbursement to schools for test-related expenses (room rent, custodial services, security, etc.).