Capital University Center provides proctored testing for online classes and COMPASS testing between the hours of 8 am and 3 pm (later if the test is less than 2 hours long) Monday through Friday. Due to the increased number of proctored tests, appointments are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. There is a chance you may not be able to take your test without an appointment. Appointments can be made by phone or email (information below). Rawlins Library is another authorized proctored testing area (however, COMPASS testing cannot be done there) for testing after 5 pm. A proctor form is required to test at Rawlins for USD classes.
Students may give the following information to online class instructors regarding their CUC Proctor:
Name: Freda Lumby Address: 925 E Sioux Ave. Phone: 605-773-2160 Email: email@example.com
We encourage students to take tests and instructors to give tests at CUC during face-to-face class times; however, we understand that some exceptions will occur.
Make-up tests are monitored, so fair and impartial exam settings are maintained.
1. Make-up tests are given on Monday-Friday from 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m. (Faculty must work out exceptions with our CUC staff.) Please call ahead with 24 hours' notice of the time you will be arriving to take your test. Please allow enough time to complete your test by 5 pm. (for example if you are allowed 3 hours to complete a test you should arrive to take your test by 2 pm). Testing after 5 pm is available only with prior arrangements due to extraordinary circumstances. Students should not expect staff to stay later without prior arrangements.
2. Testing is in the CUC offices. Monitoring will be done in person.
3. All books, papers, notes, jackets, and bags of any kind will be left outside the testing area unless the faculty member gives directions for an open-book or open-notes test.
4. Once the individual begins the test, he/she must not leave the testing room. When the student completes the test, he/she may hand in the test to the CUC proctor. Restroom or food breaks must be done before or after the test.
5. Every effort should be made by students to take tests with the instructor at the regular classroom time. Make-up tests are given only when a serious problem prevents the student from testing in class and the teacher gives permission to the student. Make-up testing should not be considered as an alternative date to test.
6. Cheating of any kind will not be tolerated and may result in significant consequences when observed by other classmates or monitors.