UNT Testing

 

Test Specific Information Location & Hours Register for your Exam

Parking at the Gateway Center

Parking is available directly across the street from the Gateway Center (the former Fouts Field lot). Examinees are encouraged to pay for parking via the parkmobile.io app which allows an individual to register a vehicle with the university’s parking department. Towing is not enforced except on game day and in reserve locations.

Parkmobile lot number: 1520

Important Note: Parking in front of the Gateway Center in the “Reserved” spaces will result in your vehicle being towed.

For more information on parking, as well as maps of different parking locations, please visit the following website: http://transportation.unt.edu/visitor-information or call UNT Transportation Services at 940-565-3020.

Game Day Parking 

Parking is typically free on Saturdays, but during major events like UNT home games, parking in Fout’s Field is prohibited entirely, and towing is enforced.  Please contact UNT’s Parking Office or use the parkmobile.io app to determine nearby parking alternatives.

Center Policies 

All examinees must present a valid photo ID (requirements vary depending on the test – see ‘Test Specific Information’ below,) and arrive on time for their exams in order to be admitted. If you are late or cannot produce an acceptable form of ID as determined by the testing company, you will forfeit your reservation, and will not receive a refund.  Regarding national exams such as the GRE or TOEFL exam, if you have not checked in within 30 minutes of your designated testing time, your exam will have to be rescheduled. All testing is by appointment only and will require examinees to register in advance via the various test-specific registration websites or http://www.registerblast.com/unt

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Location

The Gateway Center
801 North Texas Blvd, Room 140
Denton, TX 76203
940-369-7617
computerbased.testing@unt.edu

Hours

Monday – Saturday
7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Important Links for UNT Students

Currently enrolled UNT students looking to take a distance exam should contact Sage Hall Computer-Based Testing Center.