A Proctored Exam is a test taken under the supervision of testing staff. The proctor’s function is to ensure procedural integrity and security of the exam in a secure environment. All PCC Campuses and some Centers provide make-up exam proctoring for PCC students.
Students and Instructors using our services must be familiar with all testing procedures. Please read all information before utilizing the Testing Center proctoring services.
Make-Up Exams for PCC Courses
Make-Up Exams are defined as tests that students are unable to take during the regularly scheduled test session offered by an instructor in class. Make-Up Exams apply to both campus-based and distance education PCC courses. Proctoring of PCC Make-Up Exams is a courtesy service and is only offered upon approval of the instructor and within the guidelines provided here.
Please note that the Testing Centers are a limited resource: this service is only for those few students that an instructor is specifically not able proctor on their own, and is not to be used as a location for retaking of exams. Instructors are limited to no more than four of their students per test session.
See the Proctored Examinations schedule for campus specific proctoring hours and links to campus specific guidelines and directions.
- For Instructors:
- Instructor Responsibilities
- Proctored Exam Instruction Form:
- Proctored Exam Instruction Form (MS Word version: Proctored Exam Instruction Form)
- For Students
- Student Responsibilities
Proctored Exams for Other Institutions
Currently, PCC does not offer proctoring services for other institutions. If you have set up an ongoing prior arrangement with a testing center, please contact them specifically for the status of your arrangement.
Contracted Testing Agreements
Some PCC Testing Centers have arranged to provide professional testing services to meet community needs. See a listing of current PCC contracted testing agreements.
Notice: Please note that while we do publish our testing schedule, changes may be made at any time due to illness or unforeseen circumstances.