At this moment San Antonio College-Assessment and Testing Center has suspended on-campus TEAS exam due to Covid-19.  Please visit ATI Testing at  for a step-by-step guide to registering for the TEAS exam. At this time, we have no timetable as to when we will return to our campus and resume testing.

As of now, only our Nursing department is offering the TEAS Remote Proctor exam at this time. The point of contact is Richard Diaz and his email is or at 210-486-1182. You will still register for the exam through the ATI website - TEAS at Institution (Online).

We will post our updates on our websites once more information becomes available.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for your understanding.

San Antonio College - Assessment and Testing 


(210) 486-0444

 The ATI TEAS Test

The ATI Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a computer-administer timed test with multiple-choice assessment of basic academic knowledge in reading, essential math, basic science, and English and language usage.

At the San Antonio College Assessment and Testing, TEAS exams generally offered every Tuesday at 9:00am, excluding TSI peak times, holidays or campus closures. To register for the exam, please follow the link below:

**Please note, when making your appointment through ATI, be sure to select the correct location as San Antonio College offers the TEAS exam through the Testing Center or the Nursing department.**

You will receive an email with instructions on what items you will need and items NOT permitted, including cell phones and other electronics, food or drinks, and backpacks. Be sure to read instructions carefully and thoroughly. Remember, we are only a proctoring center.

After your test, your scores are automatically sent to the location where your test was administer at no cost.  If you need your results sent another college or university or multiple locations, you will need to order them through ATI.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Starting January 1, 2019, San Antonio College will be constructing a new parking garage; therefore, parking on campus will be very limited.  We asked that you arrive 1 hour prior to the exam.   Those arriving late will NOT be allowed to enter the testing room.