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Workforce Training & Continuing Education

Credentialing & Testing Center

Effective fall 2018, the Miller Credentialing & Testing Center will serve as the testing center for accommodated testing at the Miller Campus. Please see the information/procedures sheet for details. Email the team with questions.

Miller Free Enterprise Center (MFEC), Room 238
Salt Lake Community College – Larry H. Miller Campus
9750 South 300 West, Sandy, Utah
Proctor Station: (801) 957-5221
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m 
*Testing outside normal business hours may be arranged. Contact the coordinator to learn more.



  1. Renew DRC accommodations each semester.
  2. Schedule your test at least 2 days prior to testing (follow instructions below).
  3. Let your instructor know that they can email the test to the testing center (
  1. Students will call (801) 957-5221 to schedule a room for testing at least 2 days in advance of scheduled test date. Instructor will deliver the test in the testing envelope to the Testing Proctor Station (MFEC 238) or to Continuing Education Administrative Suite (MFEC 211 – leave with Curriculum Technician Jane Mecham or Asst. VP’s Administrative Assistant, who will alert the Testing staff that a new test has been provided).
  2. Student will check in at the Miller Testing Proctor Station (MFEC 238) to take the test.

Test Location

  1. Go to Miller Credentialing & Testing Center Proctor Station (MFEC 238) at your scheduled time to take the test.
  2. Testing room will be determined by availability.


Deliver test to the Miller Testing Center (MFEC 238) or Continuing Ed Administrative Suite (MFEC 211) at least 2 days prior to scheduled test time, or email test If delivering a test in person, please visit between the business hours of 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.
  1. Retrieve completed test from the Miller Testing Center (MFEC 238) or Continuing Ed Administrative Suite (MFEC 211).

The center complies with all revelant high-stakes testing rules. 

Universal Requirements:
  • Current, valid, government issued picture ID required on all exams
  • No children allowed in assessment area or left unattended at the center
  • Food, drink, cell phones or electronic devices are NOT allowed in testing suites, unless part of a College-approved testing accommodation.
*Additional requirements may depend on exam


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Pearson Vue

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DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Tests)

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The National Police Officer Selection Test (POST)

The POST exam is used for law enforcement officer selection by a variety of municipal, county, state and federal agencies. In addition, the POST has been mandated as the statewide entry-level test by the states of Iowa and Utah. The POST is the official test of 25 state Police Chief Associations.
Workforce Credentialing and Testing Center at Miller Campus offers the POST test for $35 Computer-based-test (CBT) or $45 for paper test, per request. Results will be available in 10-12 business days for CBT via email or 14 days for paper testing.
*To schedule a test, please contact the center 24 hours in advance.


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*To schedule a test, or purchase a voucher for a test, please contact the testing center 24 hours in advance.
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