All Practical Nursing Program applicants must take the TEAS test prior to submitting your
Application to Practical Nursing Major.
TEAS stands for Test of Essential Academic Skills. TEAS scores of 50% will be accepted starting Fall 2019. If you score less than 50% you may take the TEAS test again. TEAS scores are good for 2 years and may be taken either at Saint Paul College or another college.
How to Register for the TEAS Test
The TEAS testing session at Saint Paul College is for Saint Paul College students, and individuals who have applied to a Saint Paul College program that requires the TEAS Test. Students are encouraged to plan ahead as space is limited. If you have any questions please contact us at
Testing Day Information
Please arrive 15 minutes early to the testing site. Late arrivals will need to reschedule their test. Individuals must present a valid state/government issued photo ID and have their ATI username and password. Testing will be held in Room 3145 (3rd floor). Students are responsible for any parking costs.
- Schedule 4 hours to take the test
- Pencils and scratch paper will be provided by the Testing Center
- Food and drink are not allowed in the Testing Center
- Electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, MP3 players) are not allowed
- Storage space is limited, please limit what you bring to the Testing Center
TEAS Testing Schedule
Students must create an ATI Account at
www.atitesting.com to purchase and schedule your test. Please click on the link below to register for one of the sessions listed. Follow the prompts on the screens and be prepared to set up an ATI account (if you have not done so already) and to pay the non-refundable $70.00 test fee.
Price is subject to change without notice.
- Friday (1/25) 10:30am
- Tuesday (1/29) 12:30pm
- Friday (2/1) 10:30am
- Friday (2/22) 10:30am
- Tuesday (2/26) 12:30pm
- Friday (3/1) 10:30am
- Tuesday (3/26) 12:30pm
- Friday (3/29) 10:30am
Register for TEAS at Saint Paul College.
Please check back for future dates.
Disability Accommodations for TEAS
Students who have documented disabilities can request test accommodations through the Saint Paul College
Office of Access & Disability Resources. To request accommodations, students must:
Provide documentation from a qualified medical professional that describes the disability and functional limitations.
Meet with the Director of Access & Disability Resources at Saint Paul College to submit documentation and obtain an accommodation letter to provide to the Testing Center Staff.
Accommodation requests must be submitted to the Director of Access & Disability Resources at Saint Paul College
at least 2 weeks before scheduling your test date. For more information or to schedule an appointment please contact please contact Access & Disability Resources, 651.846.1547 or
How to Purchase a TEAS Study Package
To purchase a study package for the Test of Essential Academic Skills™ (TEAS VI®), please visit:
TEAS Prep Class
The tuition-free TEAS Prep Class is made possible through a partnership between Saint Paul College and the International Institute of Minnesota.
The TEAS Preparation Class is a free class to help you build and refresh your skills in all areas of the TEAS: English (grammar and punctuation), reading, math and science (human body systems, cell biology, basic chemistry, scientific method).
- The Spring 2019 TEAS Test Prep classes are scheduled to meet from Thurs, January 10 to Tues, April 16, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am – 12 noon.
- Students are expected to buy their own “ATI TEAS Study Manual" (sixth edition) and take a practice or official TEAS test before applying for the TEAS Prep class. There is no tuition/fee charge for the class. For more information on the class requirements, content, and schedule,
download the Application to TEAS Preparation Class
How to Apply for the free TEAS Prep Class
Application to TEAS Preparation Class
Complete the Application to TEAS Preparation Class and submit it to Roberta Ebbers of the International Institute of Minnesota at
For additional information, please contact Roberta Ebbers