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Exam Info

If you live within the service area and are required to complete a proctored midterm or final exam, you will go to the Lee Main Campus on the day of your exam.

If you live outside the service area, have extenuating circumstances, or need accommodations, Off-Site proctoring is available.

On-Site Proctoring Guidelines
  • For both midterm and final exams, please arrive with plenty of time to take your exam(s). Check in times are between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allow at least two hours for each exam. Proctors will not remain in the testing center after hours. The testing center will close at precisely 9 p.m. Be prepared to take your exam once you have entered the testing center. You will not be allowed to leave the center until you have completed your exam.
  • Bring a Picture ID (driver's license preferred). You must present this ID to sign in and out for each exam you are taking. You will be allowed to take only one exam at a time from the registration table.
  • Bring a number 2 pencil and a blue or black ink pen. An exam that cannot be read cannot be graded.
  • All cellular phones and electronic devices are required to be turned off during exams. You are required to refrain from talking to other students until you have completed your exam(s).
  • Leave one seat between you and your neighbor. You may also not sit next to anyone with the same color test as you. If you are taking an open book test, you will be required to sit at the front of the room where the proctor can easily see you. All books, book bags, and purses should be placed under the testing table.
  • Do not bring children to the testing site.
  • Do not bring food to the testing site. Canned drinks and bottled water are permitted.
  • Please remember in most cases the proctor will not be your instructor and cannot answer course-specific questions or make any type of allowances for you. Please be polite; proctors would help if they could. If you have any questions or concerns about specific exams, proctors will forward them to your course instructor.
  • In most instances, your final grades will be available via WebAdvisor.
  • It is our goal to provide you with a quiet atmosphere in which to take your exam. Please be considerate of others.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Distance Education Department by phone (919) 718-7529 or e-mail (de@cccc.edu).
Off-Site Proctoring Guidelines
  • Off-Site proctored exams are available if you live outside the service area, have extenuating circumstances, or need accommodations.
  • If you qualify for off-site proctoring, please notify your instructor and complete our Proctor Form to have your exam proctored at another institution.
  • You are responsible for finding a suitable proctor and scheduling an appointment with the proctor to take your exam.
  • In most cases, you will be able to find approved local sites that will offer proctoring as a free service. However, any proctoring charges incurred will be your responsibility.
  • Your proctor should be a faculty or staff member of an educational institution at another community college or university. Students, tutors, and work-study students are not eligible proctors. We will also accept proctors from libraries and testing centers. Places of worship, pre-K, and daycare facilities are not considered approved proctoring environments. The Distance Education Department reserves the right to make the final determination on the approval of proctors.
  • The College will not accept personal email addresses from proctors without prior approval from the Distance Education Department. Proctors must use their professional work email accounts. In most circumstances, this means a proctor will use a .edu(educational) or .org(business/organization) email address. Please note, exams will not be emailed to student email accounts.
  • You will receive an email once your proctor is approved. All communication will be sent to your Cougar Mail email address.
  • Bring a Picture ID (driver's license preferred). You must present this ID to sign in and out for each exam you are taking. You will be allowed to take only one exam at a time.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Distance Education Department by phone (919) 718-7529 or e-mail (de@cccc.edu).