The Test Proctoring Policy and Procedures were developed to ensure the security
and integrity of distance education student testing. Lanier Technical College will
implement test proctoring in phases.
Phase 1: Beginning Winter Quarter 2011 (201103), all online math courses
are required to have the final examination proctored. Other courses may require
test proctoring at the discretion of the instructor or dean.
Phase 2: Effective Fall Semester, 2011 (201212) the following courses when
taught online are required to have the final examination proctored. Note that hybrid
courses will continue to be treated as traditional courses for testing purposes.
Exception: The requisite on-campus presentation assignment for ENGL 2130
satisfies the proctor requirement; hence, a proctored final exam is not mandatory.
- Allied Health Science (Medical Terminology & Anatomy and Physiology)
- Biology (Anatomy and Physiology)
- Political Science
Students are responsible for scheduling proctored events as outlined within the
course syllabus, course calendar, instructor emails, course announcements, and/or
other communication means within the course. The following options are available
to students at the discretion of the instructor.
- Complete the proctored event at the time scheduled by the instructor and posted
on the syllabus.
- Arrange an appointment with an instructor-approved proctor. Approved proctors include
persons who are not related to the student:
- A faculty member or administrator of an regionally-accredited university or college
- A school superintendent, principal, or counselor
- A librarian
- A commissioned officer whose rank is higher than the student's own (for students
in the military only)
- Have the event proctored by another Technical College. Click here for contact information for other Technical Colleges.
- If the instructor allows, the student may schedule the exam through ProctorU during
the time posted on the syllabus. This will be at the student’s expense based on
the time limit of the exam.
Click here to learn how to get started with Proctor U.
Students with documented disabilities and/or special testing needs should contact
their instructors for appropriate accommodations in collaboration with the College’s
ADA Coordinator at 770-533-7003.