Test Proctoring

The Library will proctor written, e-mailed, or online exams. There is no charge for this service.

A minimum of one week notice is required before any test will be proctored. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the Library and make an appointment to take the test. Appointments can be made in person, by phone, or by e-mail. If the student doesn’t have email, please call 580-4555 and ask for Terry Miller, Business Librarian.

Students must schedule a time during the Library’s operating hours with the assigned proctor. The test must be completed 30 minutes before the Library closes.

The student must be on time for his/her appointment and is responsible for notifying the proctor if he/she cannot make the appointment or is running late.

The student is responsible for ensuring that the exam and other required materials are sent to the proctor from the learning institution before arriving to take the test. The proctor is not responsible for contacting the learning institution to get exam materials or proctor forms but will return proctor forms directly to the school when asked to do so. The student should also verify that the proctor has received exam materials before arriving to take the test.

The student must bring all supplies needed (e.g., scratch paper, calculator, pen, pencil) to complete the test.

Library computers will not be modified to accommodate online tests. Installation of any special software needed to take the exam will not be allowed.

The Library will extend the standard 2-hour computer time limit to accommodate tests that have time limits of 2 hours or longer.

At the time of testing, the student must provide current photo I.D. that matched the name on the testing materials.

The proctor will not enter his/her personal information (SSN, home phone or address) on proctor forms.

Proctors will enforce any time limits or other rules set forth in exam materials however will not sit with student for the length of the exam.

Students are required to bring a stamped, addressed envelope to mail written exams. The Library will mail the test in the following day’s mail. Once the test is mailed, the Library is not responsible for receipt of the exam by the learning institution. Any UPS or FedEx envelopes are the responsibility of the student to send.