RANDOLPH — The Testing Center at the County College of Morris was recently awarded with a Test Center Certification by the National College Testing Association for serving as a nationwide leader in testing practices.
The County College of Morris Testing Center is only one of two National College Testing Association certified post secondary testing centers in New Jersey and only one of 159 certified centers in the United States and Canada.
“We are grateful to everyone at CCM who has played a role in our achieving this status,” Testing Center supervisor Kevin Chen said. “This recognition is provided only to those centers that have demonstrated exemplary practices in testing. We are pleased and honored to have gained that recognition as part of providing CCM students with a quality educational experience.”
The Testing Center is responsible for all basic skills placement testing on campus and for proctoring exams for online testing for online and hybrid courses.
In addition, the center provides proctoring services for other schools and organizations as needed.
The center is a member of and adheres to National College Testing Association professional standards and guidelines and is an active participant in the Consortium of College Testing Centers.
The National College Testing Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of professionalism and high-quality service in the administration of testing programs at the post secondary level.