ACT: On-Campus Testing (Residual Exam)

ACT: On-Campus Exam Scores:

The UM System campuses will share ACT: On-Campus test scores for fall 2021 applicants.  You make take the ACT residual test at Missouri S&T and scores will be sent to the following campuses:

Missouri S&T
University of Missouri – Columbia
University of Missouri – Kansas City
University of Missouri – St. Louis

 

Scheduled Exam Location: G11 Norwood Hall, (320 W. 13th Street, Rolla, MO 65409)

 

Scheduled dates for Spring 2021:  All exams start at 8:00 AM (The test will not be given to anyone arriving after 8:00 a.m.)

Saturday, April 24, 2021 

Saturday, May 8, 2021 

Examinees seeking testing accommodations for the ACT Residual must submit appropriate documentation of their disability no later 3 weeks prior to their intended test date. Contact Student Disability Services at dss@mst.edu or (573) 341-6655 for the documentation submission process.

  • Arrive 30 minutes early to the test site. (The test will not be given to anyone arriving after 8:30 a.m.)
  • Present a valid city/state/government-issued photo ID (driver’s license or passport). Your first and last name must match your ACT Residual registration information. Please see ACT Policy for unacceptable forms of ID.
  • You will pay your sitting fee when you check-in for the test.
  • Bring an approved calculator and No. 2 pencils. See the ACT approved calculator policy for details. Calculators will not be provided.
  • Wear a mask or face covering. 
  • Schedule 4 hours to complete the exam.
  • Advanced registration for the Residual ACT test is required.
  • Test scores are reported only to Missouri S&T.
  • There is a minimum 60-day waiting period before re-testing.

The Testing Center will offer an alternative date option. This may be requested by contacting the Testing Center at testctr@mst.edu or (573) 341-4222. 

  • A $90 fee will be assessed for this option. The fee is due on the day of the test.
    • This $90 fee is non-refundable.
    • Payment can be made by cash or check on the day of your test.
    • You will receive an email confirming your test registration.

The alternative test date may be on a weekday or weekend when the national ACT test is not being offered. Examinees may be asked to select a different date if seats are unavailable in the Testing Center.