Answered By: MaryAlice Wade
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2018     Views: 64

We can proctor exams for any students who are able to come to the library.  We do not offer remote proctoring at this time. Students must complete proctor forms on the  Proctoring page on our website. Appointments need to be made at least a week in advance (no walk-ins).  For more information on exam proctoring, Ask a Librarian or view the Proctoring policies on our website.

If you cannot come to the library, you will need to find a proctor in your area. People who are usually approved as proctors include:

  • A librarian or library administrator
  • A teacher, school counselor, administrator or other supervisor such as a principal, assistant principal, etc
  • A military officer (must be a higher rank than student) or military Educational Counselor
  • A corporate or gov’t agency education official
  • An ordained clergy member
  • A supervisor at work

Proctors can NOT be a friend, relative or co-worker, or a current FHSU student. 

The proctor or your instructor may have a form you need to fill out and submit to your instructor for approval.

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