Proctoring Services

Proctoring for non-Georgia State University programs
Testing Services may be able to assist students from institutions other than Georgia State University who need a local proctor.

  • There is a $50 fee per test at Alpharetta, Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody and Newton campuses.
  • This service is offered at Atlanta campus, but the fee and scheduling is not the same as listed on this page.

To request an appointment, non-Georgia State students should follow these steps.

    • Pick the campus testing center an appointment is to be made at
    • Pick “Proctoring Services & Independent Studies” as the exam type under Choose an exam type.
    • Pick the “Proctored Exam” exam to be taken under Choose an Exam Group.
    • Provide the examinee’s name and email.
    • Read and acknowledge the guidelines.
    • Provide any additional information asked for about your exam requested – including contact information for the institution or organization while the exam is for.

    Once these steps are taken, the testing center will contact you regarding the request. Any documents our proctors need to fill out for the institution or organization can be transmitted. Once a date and time for an appointment is finalized, an appointment will be made through RegisterBlast and a confirmation email will be sent out regarding the appointment.

    Proctoring for Georgia State University online courses
    Testing collaborates with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and Perimeter College Mathematics and Science Departments. Consequently, information for online proctoring for Perimeter College students comes from the Perimeter College departments.

    Atlanta campus does not proctor exams for Georgia State University online courses. Therefore, Georgia State University students should visit the CETL for information.  As a result, CETL’s proctored lab is the source for inquiries if there is an issue with an appointment.

    Finding a test proctoring provider
    Georgia State students needing an out of area proctor can use the National College Testing Association membership to find locations. Students in the University System of Georgia e-core program should check their network of administrators.