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Test Proctoring for Students

There are times when we ask professors to implement accommodations that they may not be able to provide on their own. Additional time, a quiet room, and specialized computer software are examples of accommodations that professors may have difficulty providing on their own. When this happens, professors may choose to utilize SARC for test proctoring.

You should discuss test arrangements and the location of your proctored tests with your professors when you meet with them to discuss your Accommodation Letter.

Test Proctoring Requirements:

Schedule your testing room at least 72 business hours in advance of the day and time the class is taking the exam; this means a full 72 hour period (3 business days) before the test. Please use the Exam Request Form  on our Forms page to schedule your exam by completing the form for your campus.  All tests and final exams taken at the SARC must be scheduled using the online form.  Final exams must be scheduled at least one week before the first day of finals.  All exams must be taken at the same day/time as the class unless the instructor/professor has given written approval at least 24 hours in advance of the exam.  Emails should be sent to the following email address:



Please make sure to bring your picture I.D. with you when you come to take a test at our Test Proctoring Center. Arrive on time to take the exam; your time to complete the exam begins at the scheduled time – if you are late, that time may be deducted from the time you’re allowed for the exam.  If you are more than 30 minutes late, you may not be allowed to take the exam until we receive permission from the professor.

It is your responsibility to make sure your test accommodations are in place. Your professors have the option to provide your test accommodations if they are able to do so.

Last updated: 1/2/2024