The Make-Up Test Centre remains physically closed. No in-person tests will be conducted at this time and we are not offering virtual invigilation. Faculty and Instructors can set up remote make-up tests without Make-Up Test Centre support by following Ryerson's step-by-step guide: special access for D2L quizzes.
About the Make-Up Test Centre
Student Wellbeing Services has launched an expanded Make-Up Test Centre to meet the increasing needs of faculty and students. The Make-Up Test Centre will provide a greater allocation of physical test space, offer an updated registration system, and decrease scheduling wait times.
The Make-Up Test Centre will expand its physical test space byway of four rooms in Kerr Hall East, each with a capacity of at least 80 students. Student Wellbeing Services expects that 640 tests per day will be able to be administered thanks to the additional space, a significant increase from 70-90 tests per day prior to the upgrade.
Throughout the planning process, familiarity and efficiency were key considerations for both Ryerson faculty and students. In addition to physical space, an improved registration system is available for make-up test booking use. The system is accessible via your my.ryerson login.
For faculty members, the registration system includes a multi-request capability, whereby faculty may book a make-up test date for multiple students on the same date at the same time. Faculty will also be able to submit tests/exams directly through the online Make-Up Test registration system, which sits on a secure Ryerson server. Alternatively, faculty may submit hard-copy tests/exams in person at the same Test Centre drop-off location in the Victoria Building (VIC) basement. All time allocations to approve booking requests will remain the same.
Students should note that all Make-Up Test Centre rules of conduct (PDF fileSenate Policy 60, PDF fileSenate Policy 61) remain the same despite the expansion. Students will still need to work with their professors to receive official confirmation and approval of a make-up test booking, as well as bring their Ryerson One Card to all scheduled make-up tests.