The Gateway Testing Center strives to provide external testing services to students and the surrounding UNT community. Through our testing services, we strive to support the mission of the University of North Texas with our portfolio of wide-ranging exam services. In addition to being an authorized ETS, Castle-Scantron, and College Board testing center, we strive to provide a positive testing experience for a variety of student testing needs to both our incoming freshman and our departing seniors.
Counseling & Testing Services provides a wide range of services at our testing center including computer-based testing, paper-based exams, and proctoring for third party organizations and institutions (including other schools). Additionally, we offer TSI & Accuplacer testing for all students (including non-UNT students).
Consistent with the University of North Texas policy on diversity, Counseling and Testing Services views diversity as encompassing the intersecting identities that make us unique individuals, including (but not limited to) ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sexual and GLBTQ identity, gender identity and expression, age, religious/spiritual beliefs, socioeconomic status, body shape/size, physical ability status and varying points of view.
In our dedication to the creation of a safe space, you can expect us to be welcoming and affirming. Counseling and Testing Services recognizes and acknowledges the impact of stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, oppression, power and privilege, and are committed to creating an environment within our center, and in the campus community, that embraces and celebrates diversity.
We pledge to honor and respect both the similarities and differences in our relationship with you. Collectively as a staff, we commit to diversity competence a life-long learning process.
If you ever have a concern about our response to diversity or other aspects of our services, please reach out to our site manager, or contact the Associate Director of Testing, who can be reached by phone or asking for them at the check-in station.