Proctored testing is a common feature of distance and online courses that helps the university ensure academic integrity and comply with federal regulations about student identity verification. It's also used to accommodate face-to-face courses when the classroom environment is not conducive to secure testing.
Our main campus Testing Center is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will remain closed until further notice. At this time, we are not scheduling any exams in the Testing Center. Please watch for communication from your instructors about proctored testing requirements for your courses.
Off-Campus Testing at an Approved Facility
Many testing facilities have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and it's likely you'll be unable to secure testing with an approved facility at this time. Your instructor may be using alternate assessments strategies, including the use of Honorlock, an online proctoring service, in place of off-campus testing facilities. We encourage you to watch for communication from your instructors about proctored testing requirements for your courses.
Off-Campus Testing via an Online Service Provider
Instructors may direct students in online classes to take proctored exams with an online service provider. FSU contracts with Honorlock for this service. You'll take your exam on your own computer via the internet. Exam sessions are recorded and reviewed by your instructor.
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