Proctored Exams

A proctored exam is an exam that is supervised by an approved, neutral person (a proctor) who ensures the identity of the test taker and the integrity of the test taking environment. Traditionally, proctored exams are done under direct supervision of the instructor or in a testing center.

Does my course require a proctored exam?


Subject Course

Section Number


10912 ACC:100 210 Hsu, Jeff
11077 ACC:100 213 Hsu, Jeff
11090 ACC:110 211 Barrett, Robyn
11091 ACC:110 212 Reeves, Aaron
12454  ACC:110  220  Barrett, Robyn
11100 ACC:120 220 Reeves, Aaron
11101 ACC:122 230 Hsu, Jeff
11240 BIO:208 210 Roberts, Kelli
11887 MTH:140 210 Ballard, Kelly
11888 MTH:140 211 Frost, James
11889 MTH:140 212 Nisbet, Lynne
11890 MTH:140 213 Lewis, Christine
11891 MTH:140 214 Carter, Brian
11892 MTH:140 215 Speegle, Aletta
11893 MTH:140 230 Boehm, Jason
11894 MTH:140 231 Lewis, Christine
11896 MTH:160 210 Henry, Sarah
11897 MTH:160 211 Frost, James
11898 MTH:160 212 Nisbet, Lynne
11899 MTH:160 213 Suess, Patricia
11900 MTH:160 214 Ballard, Kelly
11901 MTH:160 215 Elliott, John
11902 MTH:160 216 Graville, Teri
11903 MTH:160 217 Gaines, Karen
11905 MTH:170 210

Carter, Brian

11906 MTH:180 210 Lueke, H Michael
11908 MTH:180 212 Suess, Patricia
11909 MTH:185 210 Boehm, Jason
11910 MTH:185 240 Lueke, H Michael
11911 MTH:186 210 Graville, Teri
11912 MTH:210 210 Englert, Brandon
11931 PE:135 240 Dattoli, Anthony
11933 PE:161 211 Dattoli, Anthony
11934 PE:161 212 Dattoli, Anthony
11943 PE:180 231 Dattoli, Anthony

Where can I find a proctor location?

If you are located in the St. Louis area

  • Attend the scheduled exam time at the college
    • Your instructor will usually offer at least one exam time at one of our campus locations so that you can take the exam at no cost.
  • Use STLCC’s testing services

If you are not in the St. Louis area

  • Locate a proctor
    • All proctors must be approved by your instructor.
      Find an Exam Site and Proctor
    • You will need to identify a testing site no later than the second week of the semester.

Choosing a testing site

When selecting a testing site and proctor you may want to consider the following factors:

  • Distance from residence;
  • Hours of operation;
  • Testing fee charged; (please note that all testing fees are the responsibility of the student)
  • Students have access to Blackboard;
  • Students with disabilities can be accommodated;
  • Schedule testing date(s) per test provider’s requirements, typically two to seven days in advance.

Your proctor may ask you to provide the following information when scheduling your exam:

  • Your name
  • Name of institution and course
  • Instructor’s name
  • Test date and time
  • Your e-mail address

What to do on test day

  1. Call ahead to confirm the proctor has your test or verify that you have access to the test in Blackboard
  2. Arrive promptly;
  3. Bring STLCC student ID or government-issued ID which contains your name and picture

What if I am not able to locate an approved proctor?

Contact your instructor for additional assistance on identifying a proctor.

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