If you are a student who does not live near, or cannot commute to a campus-located testing center, the student is responsible for identifying a proctor to facilitate a test/exam. Qualified proctors are employed by one of the following facilities:

a) College or university testing centers (preferred)
b) For-profit testing centers
c) Public libraries at which a librarian can monitor the student during the entire test session
d) Military education centers
e) US embassies or consulates (if the student is outside the country)

Once a proctor is identified, the student must complete and submit the proctor request form. (See more info on Remote Proctoring.)

Testing staff will verify the proctor’s willingness to serve in that capacity and will forward the information to you for review and approval. Please note that the student must submit the proctor request form by a semester-specific deadline. If, however, your course exams will be scheduled prior to the Testing Center’s deadlines, the student must adjust his/her completion of this process accordingly.

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Rev. 08/12/2019-KLH