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Testing Regulations
All testers ARE REQUIRED to present a valid and current picture identification before testing.  (This includes students under the age of 18).
The ID presented must be original, not a photocopy or reproduction.
Acceptable forms of photo ID include:​ Unacceptable forms of photo ID include:
  • Driver's License or State ID
  • School ID
  • Passport
  • Military ID
  • Employment Authorization Card
  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Tribal ID
  • Naturalization Card
  • Official school transcript with photo, official seal must cover part of photo


  • Charge, bank, credit or check cashing card
  • Employee ID
  • Photo ID issued for promotional purposes (e.g. amusement park)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Organization Membership Card
  • Child Find ID Card
  • Police Report of stolen wallet or purse
  • Parents Photo ID
  • Graduation Photo
  • Fishing or Hunting License
  • Web page with photo
Testing Regulations
  • Students who need special testing accommodations must be registered with the CGCC Disability Resources Office and must schedule an appointment for testing by calling 480-732-7159
  • FREE lockers are provided for your items at the Pecos and Williams Campus Testing Center (no personal or electronic devices of any kind are permitted in the testing rooms)
  • Only students who are testing and proctors are permitted in the Pecos and Williams Campus Testing Center.  Children are not allowed in the testing center and children 18 years old and younger cannot be left unattended. (AR 2.4.10)
  • Academic Misconduct - Students must adhere to MCCCD Academic Misconduct (AR 2.3.11) regulations that prohibit cheating
  • Cheating includes, but is not limited to, the use of unauthorized assistance in taking tests.  If you are suspected of Academic Misconduct your exam may be voided.  The matter will be referred to the instructor and faculty division chair for further review and, if applicable, disciplinary action.