Assessment services is moving temporarily on May 9th
The Abbotsford location will be moving on May 9th to Building D, room 204 (second floor)
For directions, please see the Abbotsford campus map
Assessment Services is a supervised testing facility where students can write paper-based and online exams.
We offer placement tests to assess skill level and help place students in UFV courses and programs that match their abilities and needs.
We provide invigilation services for:
Available exam times
We offer daytime and evening testing at two UFV campuses. Be sure to look at the Exam Booking Schedule to view the available days and times.
Students must arrive at least 15 minutes before the exam start time. To minimize disruption, the testing room door is locked once the exam block begins. Students will not be admitted once the exam block starts; however, students may leave when they are done.
- Chilliwack CEP, room A1350
UFV campus directions
To book an exam or an assessment at the Hope Centre campus, contact Michelle Vandepol at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-869-9991.
Book an exam
You MUST request a booking at least THREE BUSINESS DAYS prior to the exam date.
To book an exam in Assessment Services, be sure to check the Exam Booking Schedule to view the available days and times. Please note, that three business days' notice is required for every exam. After you choose a date from the exam schedule, fill out the Book an Exam form.
To register for placement tests, contact the Office of the Registrar (OReg).
What to bring
- Photo ID
- Pen, pencil, and eraser
- Money for parking
- Any other items that are required and/or allowed for your particular exam. (i.e. basic calculator, dictionary etc.)
- Invigilation fee, if required
- Abbotsford campus: fee may be paid by credit, debit, cash, or cheque
- Chilliwack campus: fee may be paid by cash or cheque ONLY
Email email@example.com or phone 604-557-4006.
|The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.