Walsh College

Walsh Instructors

Make-up Exam Scheduling Procedures for Instructors

Instructors teaching in any modality may request proctoring services for individual students who need to make up an examination through the Troy Campus Testing Center or other campus testing location. Whole class testing cannot be accommodated by the Testing Center.

Students must make arrangements through their instructor to take a make-up exam at any testing location, and must schedule their own appointment. Instructors must submit a completed Test Procedures and Routing form and all testing materials to the testing location prior to the day of the student's appointment.

Please contact the desired testing location directly to inquire about or coordinate make-up testing for students:

Campus Location


Troy Campus

Testing Center
Phone: 248-823-1692
Email: testingcenter@walshcollege.edu
Submit a completed Test Procedures and Routing form

Novi Campus

Novi Campus Library
Phone: 248-679-1410
Email: librarian@walshcollege.edu
Submit a completed Test Procedures and Routing form

University Center at Macomb Community College (UC)

University Center Staff
Phone: 586-723-1500
Email: universitycenter@walshcollege.edu

Saint Clair County Community College (SC4)

SC4 Staff
Phone: 586-723-1505
Email: lraymo@walshcollege.edu
Submit a completed Test Procedures and Routing form

Off Campus Appointments

Students unable to travel to the Troy Campus Testing Center or one of our other testing locations to have a Walsh exam proctored should refer to our out-of-area guidelines for more information about setting up an external proctor.

Troy Campus Testing Center Hours

Semester Break is 9/13/17 - 9/26/17: Fall 2017 begins 9/27/17.

9/10/17 9/11/17 9/12/17  9/13/17  9/14/17  9/15/17  9/16/17 
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Contact Us


248-823-1692 (Phone)

248-689-0920 (Fax)

The Walsh College Testing Center subscribes to the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines and participates in the Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC).

Student education records are protected under the Family Educational Rights Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Test scores are student education records; therefore, cannot be released to a third party without written authorization from the student.