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Test Score office moves from Haning to Bromley on Jan. 6, 2017

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Sean O'Malley  

On Jan. 6, 2017, the University's Test Score office will move from its current location in the basement of Haning Hall to the OHIO Testing Center on the first floor of Bromley Hall.

This move will not affect service levels for either office. Vehicle and pedestrian access for Scantron drop-off will essentially be unchanged, as the new Bromley location's entrance is directly across the street from Haning Hall. Signage will be posted in Haning on Jan. 6 directing visitors to the Test Score office's new location.

Reasons for the move

With the Testing Center and the Test Score office both being a part of IT and both performing related services, it makes sense for those two offerings to share the same location. The move also will free up space in Haning for the Office of Instructional Innovation to expand into. 


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OHIO Testing Services (Bromley Hall)