|Proctored exams for online courses are offered in the GC Library Testing Center Room 210 by appointment Monday through Thursday 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM and Friday 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM. This service is available for USM and non-USM students. To learn more about the proctoring process or schedule an appointment, click on this link: lec.usm.edu/proctoring or contact Vanessa McCullum at 601.266.5598 or email@example.com.|
|For questions concerning proctored exams, please contact the proctor specialist at your respective campus to schedule an appointment. |
Brenika Owens, Proctoring Specialist
Gulf Park Campus Library, Room 210
730 East Beach Blvd.
Long Beach, MS 39560
|If your instructor is requiring proctored exams for your online course, please familiarize yourself with the information on this page.|
Each instructor will be administering their exam(s) in a face-to-face setting. You may locate the time, day, and location information in your Blackboard online class. It is imperative that you pay attention to the exam date(s). If you have a work or class conflict or you live outside of the area and cannot take the exam during the face-to-face time, you will need to locate a proctor.
You must allow a minimum of 24 hours, which is three (3) working days, before the scheduled examination date. This will assure there is ample time to process your application and to forward exam information to the approved proctor. If an application is submitted after 5 p.m. during weekdays, it will not constitute as a working day. Example: If an application is submitted on Monday after 5 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be the three-day period.
|Primary responsibility– it is the primary responsibility of the individual taking the course to obtain a proctor, as required, and to accurately communicate this information to the proctor specialist in the Gulf Park Library in a manner, using the appropriate application which is located at the end of this document.|
Locating a testing site –The Southern Miss Gulf Coast proctoring site is located at the Gulf Park Library, room 210 in Long Beach, MS.
Application for Examination by Proctor – you must first read the Examination by Proctor, Student Responsibility section before you may access the "Application for Examination by Proctor".
Complete and electronically submit the "Application for Examination by Proctor" after you have read the student responsibility section.
If you wish, you may schedule up to three (3) exams per course on an "Application for Examination by Proctor."
Deadline for "Application for Examination by Proctor" to Proctor Specialist – The proctor specialist should receive a student's completed "Application for Examination by Proctor" as early as possible. However, you must allow a minimum of 24 hours, which is three (3) working days, before the scheduled examination date. This will assure there is ample time to process your application and to forward exam information to the approved proctor. If an application is submitted after 5 p.m. during weekdays, it will not constitute as a working day. Example: If an application is submitted on Monday after 5 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be the three-day period.
Fees Associated with a Proctored Exam – all students, regardless of location, will be charged the $10 proctoring fee. This fee is charged to your student account at the beginning of the next semester. If you prefer to pay in-person you may do so with a check, cash, or money order.
When the "Application for Examination by Proctor" is received after the stated deadline (See "Student Responsibility", item 4), students will pay a $30 late fee in addition to the $10 proctoring fee.
|By clicking on the Application link below, I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the Student Responsibilities listed above.|
|Access Learning Enhancement Center Proctor Application Page|