Test Proctor Options
Please check your course syllabi as soon as possible to determine if any of your courses require test proctors.
- If you will be residing more than 30 miles away from Clarkson College, you may need to find an off-site proctor to complete your exams. If so, please follow the instructions below.
- If you reside within 30 miles of the Clarkson College campus and your course exams require a proctor, the proctor for all Omaha vicinity students is the Testing Center at Clarkson College.
Students residing more than 30 miles from Clarkson College and/or will not be testing on campus, must complete the online Off-Site Test Proctor Request form. This form must be submitted to the Testing Center by the end of the first week of classes. If you need to change proctors during the semester, submit the completed form allowing enough time for the information to be processed before your next exam date.
Note: ATI exams may not be taken under the supervision of an off-site proctor. ATI exams must be taken in Omaha at the Clarkson College Testing Center, or per your instructors guidance.
To meet the proctor requirements, the following qualifications are needed:
- The proctor must be an educator, librarian, administrator, staff member at a higher education testing center or other academic professional.
- The proctor may not be an immediate supervisor, friend, co-worker or relative.
- The proctor must have access to the Internet and his/her equipment must meet the requirements outlined in the Student Success Guide.
- The proctor may not be a Clarkson College student.
- The proctor must provide a secure professional email address such as a business, library or testing center email address (not a personal email address).
- The proctor must administer the test using a computer in a secure professional environment such as a business, library or testing center (not a computer at a personal residence).
Additional acceptable proctors may be found at NCTA Consortium of College Testing Centers.