For the most immediate response, contact the University Testing Center at You can also visit the UTC website at for additional information.

If a student previously tested via On-Campus (Residual) or any other non-national testing, the retest should be taken on a National ACT date. If this is not possible, test takers may retake the ACT On-Campus Test. A minimum of 60 days must elapse before another Residual ACT test may be taken. ACT restricts the number of times a student may take the ACT (National or Residual) to 12 times total. Scores achieved before the minimum elapsed time and scores that exceed the maximum total attempts will be cancelled without refund.

All testing costs paid directly to UTC are non-refundable and non-transferable. Missed appointments will require full repayment of the test cost and will require a new testing appointment to be scheduled; this includes if you cancel or arrive more than 15-minutes late for the test. To cancel an appointment email and include your full name, and test date and time.

  1. Navigate to
  2. Click the My Account/ My Exams/ My History tab at the top of this page.
  3. Enter the email address you used to initially schedule your exam.
  4. Click the Continue button underneath the email field.
  5. In a few minutes, you’ll receive an email link that is valid for 90 minutes.
  6. Click the link from the email received.
  7. A new window will open with your registration history.
  8. Click the Reschedule link.
  9. A calendar will appear with the available dates for rescheduling purposes.
  10. Click the date and time to reschedule.
  11. After you have completed the step above, you will receive a confirmation email notifying you of the new test date.

Appointments may be rescheduled up to 2 weeks in advance of your test date at no cost.

Scores are sent directly to UCF records for admission purposes. Scores do not appear on a student’s transcript and cannot be transferred to any other institution or agency; this includes high schools. Scores remain solely at UCF. Scores can not be used for NCAA or Florida Bright Future’s Scholarships.

An email will be sent to the email address you used when registering for the ACT On-Campus Test within 2-weeks of your scheduled test date. Please read this information thoroughly as it will include important information including where on campus your will take your test.

To make accommodated testing arrangements, submit written documentation of a documented disability from UCF Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at least two weeks prior to your scheduled test date. Visit the UCF SAS website for more information at