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Distance Learning - Out-of-City Students
In order to have your exams proctored outside Central Ohio for the current semester, you must submit a completed Proctor Request form so the process can begin and notify your professor(s) preferably no later than the first two weeks of the semester.
- Any accredited College/University
- Public Libraries
- Company or Organization that has a testing operation
*Acceptable sites must be staffed by an employee where proctoring is a part of their daily duties and/or responsibilities for their position.
EXCLUDED from approval as proctors:
- Staff/Faculty that DO NOT proctor as a part of the Colleges service, responsibility and job description
PROCTOR and EXAM REQUEST INFORMATION:
- You must complete a Proctor Request Form with the following information:
- The contact/proctor's name, telephone number, e-mail address and address of the college/university or library.
- Your contact information, name of your professor(s) and the name/number of the course(s) you are registered for.
- You must inform your professor(s) of your intent to test outside of Central Ohio. Some professors require prior approval.
Click the link below for a printout of the Out of City Proctor Request Form. (word
This form may be submitted prior to your professors' approval, if required, to begin processing your request.
Out of City Proctor Request Form (.docx)
After the Testing Coordinator has received this information, a Site review is conducted. This process may take 3-5 business days, longer for Sites outside the United States. Once a Test Site is confirmed to be an acceptable proctor site and the exam has been submitted to the TC by the professor, your exams will be sent standard mail via the United States Postal Service. It is your responsibility to contact the site to verify the receipt of your exam(s) and to schedule a testing time that will meet your professor's deadline. Any fees charged for your testing at the proctoring site are to be paid by you.
Once you have started the process and/or begun taking exams, if any changes occur, information must be received at least five business days before a scheduled exam will be sent out on your behalf. If this information is not received five days prior to the first day that the exam is to be available, you must contact your professor for a deadline extension.
The Testing Coordinator reserves the right to deny a proctoring site at any given time.
We look forward to being a part of your successful semester at Columbus State Community College. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Denise Cashon, Coordinator, at 614-287-5675 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.