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ACT On-Campus Test Information

The ACT On-Campus™ test is an alternative to the ACT® test that enables colleges to proctor and self-score an ACT test form. ACT On-Campus Testing at the University of North Florida is intended for students who have applied for admission and have been assigned a UNF ID number. Students who do not have an application on file at UNF will not be scheduled to test.

Scores from the ACT On-Campus are reported to the University of North Florida only. ACT On-Campus score reports cannot be issued to any other institution or agency, including Bright Futures.

Dates and registration coming Spring 2022

  • Costs

    The ACT On-Campus exam registration fee is $55. ACT fee waivers will be accepted. Please note: registration fees are non-refundable.

    Fees are payable by credit/debit card or e-check via CashNet. ACT fee waivers can be emailed to after seat reservation. 

    The deadline to register is noon on the day prior to the test. You are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in advance of the test date to confirm eligibility and seat availability.

  • Scores

    Test scores are valid at the University of North Florida only. ACT On-Campus score reports cannot be issued to any other institution or agency, including Bright Futures.

    ACT On-campus scores will be mailed to you approximately 7-10 working days after your test administration. Test scores will also be made part of your record at UNF.

  • Retake
    You must wait 60 days since your last ACT test before you can retake the exam, but may take the National ACT when available.
  • Test Content
    The ACT On-Campus test is a paper-based test and takes approximately 3 ½ - 4 hours. The test consists of four (4) timed multiple-choice sections – English, Math, Reading, and Scientific Reasoning.
  • Test Preparation

    UNF offers free virtual SAT/ACT preparation sessions offered. These events equip students for success on the standardized tests that are often a requirement for college or university admission. Seats are limited. Learn more and register on our Virtual Test Prep at UNF website.

    We also encourage you to visit the ACT website for information on test preparation. The ACT publication titled "Preparing for the ACT" provides an overview of the skills and knowledge tested on each section of the exam.

  • COVID-19 Information

    Due to current UNF COVID-19 protocols, all visitors must wear a mask or face covering over their nose and mouth at all times while on UNF’s campus. Anyone who refuses to wear a mask or face covering in the proper manner will be asked to leave and will forfeit their registration fee. 

    Additionally, the testing room has been set at a capacity of 15 to allow for proper social distancing while testing. 

    For more information about UNF’s COVID-19 protocols visit

  • Test Location and Parking

    Saturday Test Dates:

    • Parking is free on Saturdays
    • Park in Lot 9 (campus map)
    • Report to Building 51, Room 1104 for testing
    • Arrive 30 minutes early to sign in prior to the scheduled test time

    Weekday Test Dates:

    • Special parking instructions and location information will be emailed to registrants 
    • Parking is free — You will receive a parking code via email to use on test day
    • Arrive 30 minutes early to sign in prior to the scheduled test time
  • Be on Time!
    • Students must arrive 30 minutes early to sign in prior to the scheduled test time.
    • Test takers arriving more than 15-minutes late may not be admitted and will forfeit any costs paid.
  • Rescheduling and Cancellations


    • Space must be available on the new requested test date.
    • All rescheduling must be made ON or BEFORE your original test date.
    • To reschedule, email to request a new test date.


    • Because of limited seating, students who know they will not be able to attend the test on their scheduled test day should email to cancel registration or reschedule as soon as possible.
    • The registration fee is non-refundable; therefore, rescheduling is advised if possible.
  • What to Bring
    • A current ID issued by a city/state/federal government agency or your school
    • A copy of your confirmation email
    • Two standard #2 pencil (no pens or mechanical pencils) 
    • Approved calculator (visit the ACT website to find out if your calculator is acceptable.)
    • Snacks to eat during break (food and drink is prohibited from the testing room unless required for documented medical purposes, but can be consumed outside of the room during the allotted break time)
    • Face covering or mask (Due to UNF COVID-19 protocols, face coverings must be worn at all times while on UNF’s campus. Visit our UNF COVID-19 website for more information.)
  • What NOT to Bring
    • Textbooks, dictionaries, notes, or other aids
    • Highlighter pens, colored pens, or correction fluid/tape
    • Any electronic device, other than a permitted calculator (see the "Prohibited Device section for more details)
    • Reading materials
    • Scrap paper, notebooks, notepads, etc. (scrap paper will be available to students)
    • Tobacco in any form
  • Prohibited Devices

    The prohibited use of devices is in effect from the time you are admitted to your testing room until you are dismissed at the end of the test, including break times. Specifically:

    • You may not handle or access a cell phone or electronic device at any time in the testing room or during break times. This includes smart watches, fitness bands, and any other devices with recording, internet, or communication capabilities.
    • All devices, including cell phones and wearable devices, must be turned off and placed out of sight.
    • If you access your device or if your device activates while in the testing room or during break times, you will be dismissed, your test will not be scored, and your phone or device may be taken away.

    Prohibited behaviors will result in a voided test and dismissal from the test without refund.

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