The Testing Center is the test proctor by default for all students enrolled at Clarkson College. It provides a convenient, on-campus facility to complete proctored exams as required by many online courses. The Testing Center may also proctor makeup exams for on-campus classes (with prior approval from the specific instructor) and nurse assessments. Students must have an appointment to use the on-campus testing facilities. See the online appointment process
Students enrolled in online courses that require proctoring services and who are unable to use our local facility, must submit a Test Proctor Change form to the Coordinator of Online Education, due the first week of classes. The form and detailed instructions are available in the Online Education Manual.
Clarkson College, main campus
Lower level, follow the signs
Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST
Student Center, second floor east
(Southwest corner of 41 and Dodge Streets)
Tuesday – Wednesday evenings only from 4 to 8:30 p.m. CST
Note: The Success Center is an additional testing site intended for students who cannot test during the daytime hours offered at the Testing Center. Computer space is limited.
If a student is unable to come at their appointed time, they must cancel or reschedule the appointment no less than two hours prior to the scheduled appointment. This allows another student to schedule that time slot. If you are unable to meet this deadline, please contact the Testing Center via e-mail or 402.552.3034 to cancel or reset your appointment for a new time.
A valid picture ID (student ID, state ID or driver's license) must be presented to the proctor at the time the student comes for their scheduled test.
Students must park in their assigned lots—as stated in The Nebraska Medical Center parking rules. If you do not have a parking sticker and are not an employee of The Nebraska Medical Center, call UNMC Parking Services at 402.559.8580 on the day of your exam and identify yourself as a non-The Nebraska Medical Center employed, off-campus student who does not regularly come to campus. You will need to tell them your name, license plate number, car make, car model, car color and the lot number you will be parking during testing. After 4 p.m., students may park in any of the Clarkson College designated lots.
See Testing Center Rules and Responsibilities and Test Proctor Options for more detailed rules and guidelines.