Neuropsychological Testing

DRES offers neuropsychological testing for University of Illinois degree seeking students who have had no prior diagnosis/testing and are experiencing significant academic distress. 

To get tested through the University of Illinois is a two-step process.  The first step is to have an academic screening, which is a one to two hour interview which assesses your symptoms and history.  To schedule an academic screening, please click here to complete the form and someone from our clinical staff will contact you to schedule an appointment.  After the academic screener, your clinician will discuss recommendations and if your symptoms warrant further assessment, you will be referred to DRES and put on a wait list for neuropsychological testing. Depending on the results of testing, students may be able to use accommodations and services through DRES, seek services at the Counseling Center, and/or seek medication through McKinley Mental Health.