ACT Testing

ACT Testing Services

Lorain County Community College is a testing center for the ACT Test.

ACT Test Dates

This national test is given in September, October, December, February, April and June.

Click here for test dates.

Registration for ACT

Students must register directly with ACT to participate in the ACT test. Click here for cost and registration information.

Students are able to register as Stand-by
Click here for more information about Stand-by registration. 
To test as a stand-by, examinees must register online and bring the Online Request Form OR completed registration packed. Stand-by registrants must arrive at the testing center before 8 a.m. on test day and must have proper identification. LCCC always has extra seating available to accommodate stand-by examinees.

Testing with accommodations requires approval from ACT. Click here for the more information about the application process for accommodated testing.

Helpful Hints for Test Day

  • Please bring proper identification! ACT is very strict in their identification policies and LCCC is not permitted to admit an examinee without proper identification. Please click here for more information about acceptable identification. Students presenting incomplete, improper, or no identification before 8 a.m. on test day will not be tested.
  • Be familiar with (and avoid) prohibited behaviors. Click here for more information, and remember to turn off cell phones (or leave them in the car) and bring only an approved calculator.

For more information or to register to take the ACT test, please visit http://www.actstudent.org/.

LCCC does not administer the SAT test. Information about SAT testing is available at http://www.collegeboard.com/.

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