Exam Proctoring FAQ
You may take your exam with the ASC if you’re a Bryan student, you have your instructor’s approval, and you fit into one of the categories below:
Whether or not you take exams with the ASC is up to you and your instructor. Be sure to discuss your exams with your instructor before you make an exam appointment with the ASC.
Yes. To make sure we’ll have your exam and a proctor ready for you, please make an appointment as early as possible. Generally, appointments should be made at least TWO DAYS in advance.
Fill out the student portion of the Student Form (print one off from the ASC homepage link in the right-hand column, or come to Mr. Youngs' office to pick up a hard-copy) and bring the completed form back to Mr. Youngs' office to schedule your appointment.*
You are responsible for scheduling an exam appointment within the time specified by your instructor. Please make your appointment as early as possible.
Starting in Fall 2013, students will be taking their exams in Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) or in another designated space inside the Anderson Annex. There will not be any proctoring appointments administered in the ASC space on a regular basis.
The ASC Proctoring Coordinator or the ASC Director will proctor your exam.
We need to make sure there is clear communication between you, your instructor, and the ASC. Your instructor’s signature tells us that the two of you have discussed where you will take your exam and that you have his or her approval to take it with the ASC.
No. To avoid miscommunication, please bring the form to Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) and make an appointment to take the exam yourself.
Leave your completed and signed Student Form in the designated slot at Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) and email email@example.com with your preferred exam date and time within our proctoring hours.
Yes. If you need to cancel your appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or come by Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) as soon as possible.
We will inform your instructor that you missed your appointment and ask for further instructions. Your instructor or the Proctoring Coordinator will let you know whether to reschedule your appointment.
No. Our proctoring service is available without cost to any Bryan student who needs to use it.
If your student needs special accommodations for exams, needs to retake or make up an exam, or is enrolled in a Bryan College online course, he or she can use the ASC Exam Proctoring Service.
You may contact the ASC staff by email at email@example.com. You may also come by Sam Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) to discuss proctoring.
If my student falls under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), does he or she have to take his or her exam with the ASC?
No. You can make other arrangements with your student if you prefer.
Contact Bethany Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org; you can coordinate through email, or work out a time to meet at her office in the Academic Support Center.
Ask your student to go to Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor) to fill out a Student Form. Once the student turns this in to Sam Youngs, we will email you asking you to fill-out an Instructor Form and deliver it, with the relevant exam, to the ASC. You may mail your exam and form to box 7818, email them to email@example.com, or drop them off at Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor).
No. To avoid miscommunication, we need to talk directly with your student about his or her schedule. If you want to know if your student has made an appointment or when the appointment is, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will let you know.
Please fill out an Instructor Form and include it with your exam. You can mail your exam and form to box 7818, email them to email@example.com, or drop them off at Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor).
Should Mr. Youngs' be unavailable when you come to drop off an exam, please mail the exam and Instructor Form to box 7818 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not leave it in a folder on the desk or otherwise; mailing the exam is a secure method of making sure we receive the exam.
Please deliver your exam to Samuel Youngs (Proctoring Coordinator) in time for the student to take the exam (generally, at least one day before the student has scheduled their proctoring appointment).
Fill out an Instructor Form and deliver it to us with your exam.
We can mail it to you or you may pick it up at Mr. Youngs' office (Anderson Annex, top floor). Please indicate which option you prefer on the Instructor Form.