Answered By: Mary Gilles
Last Updated: Nov 27, 2018     Views: 128

WSU Libraries do not proctor exams. If you need an exam proctored, be sure to check your syllabus for proctoring requirements, since needs may vary depending on the class and exam. Keep in mind that it's a good idea to schedule proctoring well in advance to make sure you will have the services, space, and time you need.

Here are options for WSU exam proctoring:

  1. For WSU and non-WSU students:
    WSU Testing Services
    http://counsel.wsu.edu/individual-proctoring/
    (509)335-1744
    Washington Building, Rm 302
    Open M-F 8:30am-4pm (hours may vary)
    WSU Testing Services provides computers with Respondus LockDown Browser software.
     
  2. For WSU students enrolled in WSU Global Campus courses ONLY:
    Global Campus Proctoring Services
    https://gcps.wsu.edu/
    (509)335-0827
     
  3. For WSU students requiring testing accommodations ONLY:
    WSU Access Center Proctoring
    https://accesscenter.wsu.edu/learning-accommodations/testing/
    Teresa Davi, Proctoring Coordinator (509)335-8079
    Washington Building, Rm 217
    Open M-F 7:30am-5:30pm

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