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Testing Center

Testing services for future and current students

Contact Information

Testing Center


Due to health and safety concerns related to the covid-19 pandemic, the Testing Center is currently providing services by phone (651-450-3650) and email only. Our office on the Inver Hills campus is not staffed at this time, including suspending all onsite course placement testing until further notice.

Upcoming Closures

May: 25th
Jul.: 3rd
Sept.: 7th
Nov.: 11th, 26-27th
Dec.: 25th

Testing Center


Per the directive of the system office, the following has been issued: Due to ongoing efforts to ensure the health and safety of our students during the COVID-19 pandemic, significant modifications to our existing placement practices are required. Most notably, this includes suspending all in-person and most online course placement testing and services until further notice.

To fulfill this admissions requirement, we request submission of one of the below documents that can be found in Testing Exemptions . In the event you think the below documents do not represent your full academic potential, please connect with the testing center via email at

Students seeking summer enrollment should complete their application for admissions (either degree or non-degree seeking) and contact the admissions department as needed to expedite their enrollment.

ATI TEAS Testing

TEAS Testing is currently available in a remote, virtual format.

Our Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Inver Hills Community College Testing and Certification Center to provide high quality testing, test scoring, and instructional assessment services which ascribe to the National College Testing Association Professional Standards and Guidelines. The services provided for student, faculty, staff, campus, community, and business partners will be consistently rendered with an attitude of service that demonstrates value in human relationships, personal excellence, human dignity, diversity, and commitment to lifelong learning.

Submit Transcripts

If you haven't done so already, please submit an unofficial high school transcript, or make sure to self-report your cumulative high school GPA to our enrollment center via email at Unofficial transcripts can also be submitted to the Enrollment Center directly through the document upload portal. Unofficial high school transcripts are helpful for assessment placement purposes and sometimes for financial aid purposes.

  Submit Unofficial High School Transcript

Virtual testing options available

Testing is not offered at this time, please check back for further information

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