Proctoring Services

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.
  • Students should contact the Perimeter College at Georgia State University test center location closest to them to discuss their needs and to schedule an appointment.
  • If any information is needed by the home institution from Georgia State University, this should be arranged prior to the day of testing. 48 business hours notice is usually required.

Proctoring for Georgia State University Online Courses

Georgia State University students should visit the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for proctoring information.

Proctoring for Perimeter College of Georgia State University Online Courses

Instructors in online courses will provide their students with instructions for testing, including whether proctoring is required. Not all online courses will have the same arrangements and questions regarding testing in these online courses should be asked of the instructor of the course.

Currently enrolled mathematics and computer science students who need to schedule online testing to be proctored at a Perimeter College at Georgia State University location should do so online.

Mathematics, Computer Science and Science students outside of the Perimeter College campus locations are responsible for finding a proctoring institution for their tests and students are responsible for all fees associated with proctoring sites and should be prepared to provide what the local testing site requires, including presenting identification with a picture prior to testing.

Approved testing sources are from the following:

National College Testing Association
University System of Georgia e-core administrators

Students must complete the required proctor agreement form (Proctor Agreement Form: Mathematics and Computer Science for Fall 2016 or Proctor Agreement Form: Science for Fall 2016). Directions for submitting the form are included on the form; not following the directions can delay approval of test proctors.