As of Fall 2019, Excel 2016 or 365/2019 certification is required for new exam candidates.
Seattle University is a Certiport Authorized Testing Center and if you pass the Excel exam here we will automatically report your exam status to the Registrar's office on your behalf. You can also take the Excel Exam at other Certiport Testing Centers; however if you pass the exam elsewhere we will not have access to your exam results and you need to provide a verification code to prove that you have passed the exam.
If you pass the exam at a testing center outside SU, you will need to report your verification code to your advisor in order to graduate.
If you are currently taking IS-3150 and it has been more than a year since you passed the exam or you take the exam off-campus, you will need to provide your verification code to receive full credit for the Excel exam class requirement. To report your Excel certification for IS-3150 credit send the verification code to ExcelTest@seattleu.edu. For off-campus exam results you also need to send this verification code to your advisor for the graduation requirement.
After passing the exam your certificate is added to your Certiport profile, if you used a voucher you may also have received a cardstock certificate in the mail. The verification code is usually two sets of 4 or 5 characters separated by a dash, and it is case-sensitive. On older paper certificates the verification code may be listed by itself in the lower right corner with no label.
Sign in to www.certiport.com, and at the top of the page make sure it says "Test Candidate" on the dropdown list of roles. Place the mouse cursor over the MYCERTIPORT link at the upper left and a dropdown menu should appear; click "My Transcript" on the dropdown menu (on touchscreens tapping MYCERTIPORT will expand the dropdown menu).
On the transcript page it should list your Excel certification, with orange links to PDF and XPS copies of your certificate. (If you don't see the orange PDF link, check that the View mode is set to "Personal View").
Open the PDF, in the lower left corner of the certificate it lists the date you passed the exam and an 8- or 9-character verification code, which looks like this:
(You may have to zoom out to be able to see the entire certificate).