A proctor is an individual who agrees to receive the tests from the student’s instructor, administer them in an approved environment, and return them to the instructor. Your instructor should notify you in the course syllabus or other course instructions if a proctor is required. The proctor must verify the student completed the test according to the specific instructions provided by the instructor. In some cases the student will take the test online using ANGEL or another test management program. In this case a password is sent to the proctor. After the student logs in to the course and clicks to start the test the proctor at the approved testing center will enter the password in to the computer so that the student may gain access to the online test in a controlled environment.
- NIACC Student Learning Center (SLC)
- College or university testing center
- College or university personnel: administrator, faculty member, counselor, or librarian
- Public or private school personnel: superintendent, principal, guidance counselor, librarian, or teacher
- Staff at a local Area Education Agency
- A local public library
- Members of the clergy
- Commissioned Military officers
- High school students
- College peers
- NIACC’s Student Learning Center (Beem Center 103)
- Instructor’s office (In some cases)
- At an approved test proctor site
Arranging for a Proctor:
- The student is responsible for identifying, nominating, and making ALL of the arrangements for the proctoring of the course tests.
- The contact information for the proctor must then be sent to the instructor for the instructor’s approval.
- If you are unable to find a suitable proctor, please contact your instructor immediately.
- Proctor arrangements must be completed before the first proctored test or exam.
- Contact your instructor for additional information