Sage Hall Testing Center: Technology Available

The Sage Hall Computer-Based Testing Center reception area is on the third floor of Sage Hall in Room C330. The center has four testing rooms of following sizes.Sage Hall, Room 331

Room 331, 39 stations
Room 333, 24 stations
Room 334, 36 stations
Room 335, 36 stations
Note: 135 stations are available. Room assignments are determined by the reservation manager.

The Windows desktops have the following configuration.

  • Dell OptiPlex 3030 All-In-One (Intel Core i5 3GHz, 8GB RAM)
  • Windows 10 64-bit OS
  • iCheckin self-service login client
  • Canvas support web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox & Google Chrome)
  • Adobe Acrobat XI Professional
  • SSH & SCP clients
  • VLC video player
  • 7-Zip archive tool
  • Microsoft Office 2016
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser
  • Pearson Lockdown Browser
  • Certiport Console 8

For specific software, please ask by sending an email to

Machines are optimized for testing with the UNT Canvas learning management systems. Machine configuration for a variety of testing technology scenarios and needs usually can be accommodated with appropriate advanced notice and consultation with our technical manager. 

If technical requirements are to be made, professors and/or their representing staff should confirm their reservations carefully to include what technologies, applications and features will be needed for each testing session. It is the instructor's responsibility to verify that the computer setup is as they require for their testing event. Instructors are strongly recommended to contact us prior to each event to test the computer configuration. 

Appointment? Send an email to set an appointment time with our technical manager.

Note: The testing center rooms have been optimized for secure testing with security cameras. The facility may not be suitable for other activities, such as training sessions or classes except on a highly specialized basis. Potential users are invited to visit the facility first before requesting the center for non-testing activities.  

Testing activities always receive the highest priority in scheduling for the center.