Online students are required to take one proctored exam within each online class; usually the final exam. In some instances your instructor may require you to take two proctored exams, a midterm and a final. The purpose in requiring proctored exams is to authenticate your identity as the student enrolled in the class and to ensure you are the student who has been participating in the course activities.
Complete Proctoring Policy - READ THIS POLICY FIRST!
It is the student's responsibility to find a proctor that meets the proctoring guidelines and to submit the necessary paperwork by the posted deadlines. Satisfaction of the proctor guidelines does not guarantee approval as the proctor testing office and/or instructor have the final approval.
If using ProctorU read these requirements for submitting the form below.
Failure to comply with this policy or to knowingly falsify information in regards to the guidelines and protocols will result in a failing grade for the course and could lead to further academic disciplinary action.
Summer 2018 Proctor Request Deadlines
Summer I Finals: June 20
Summer 8-week Finals: July 16
Summer II Finals: July 27
Summer 10-week Finals: July 27