Requesting Test Scores
Due to federal privacy law (FERPA), we are required to obtain written permission from adult students in order to release test scores. In addition, we will only release scores of those tests for which we are the primary issuing authority. These include the TSI Assessment, departmental exams-for-credit, THEA-IBT (internet-based), and PUG.
However, if you are requesting scores for the TSI Assessment to be sent to another Texas public college or university, you should not need to pay to get those scores to your school. Each school has at least one person who can access TSI scores from other schools through Cross-Institutional Score Reports. You will need to provide to your school your name, date of birth, and the name of the testing center where you took the exam. There is no fee for this service.
We will not issue score reports for these tests:
Neither Texas State University nor the Testing, Evaluation, and Measurement Center (TEMC) is the appropriate issuing authority of scores for AP, IB, CLEP, TCEQ, DSST, TEAS, ACTFL, THEA QT (paper-based), SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, etc. Please direct requests for scores on these tests to the appropriate authority.
If you would like to request a score report that is within our authority to release, you will need to fill out and sign the Request for Score Report Form and send that to us along with a clear copy of a valid photo ID. Government-issued IDs that also include a signature are preferred, but we will also accept an active Texas State student ID. The form and ID can be mailed, faxed, or emailed.
Allow three business days for processing your request.
TEMC, Commons Hall
Payments can be made by credit card over the phone (512.245.5576), or if mailing in your form, you can include a money order made payable to Texas State University.
Note: TEMC cannot provide refunds for any fees or other payments beyond five business days from the date of payment.