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Proctored Testing Available for Online Students

Though courses are web-based, you will need to take some exams in a proctored setting. Proctored testing can occur in the classroom with your instructor, with the ProctorU remote test proctoring service, or at a physical testing facility on-campus or off-campus.

To get started with proctored testing, please follow the steps below:

  1. First, check with your syllabus and/or directly with your instructor on any available testing sessions being offered on a campus. Typically, these on-campus sessions will be held at the instructor's "home campus" or the campus that they tend to spend the most time. Follow the guidelines of your instructor regarding testing and how to attend these sessions.
  2. If you are unable to attend your instructor's testing sessions on-campus, the ProctorU remote test proctoring service is your next option. Through your computer's web cam and high-speed internet connection, you can take your exam wherever you may be, whenever it is convenient for you. As long as you schedule your exam at least three business days in advance of when you would like to take the exam, there is no fee to you; should you schedule with less than three days notice, ProctorU will charge you between $5 and $10 for the privilege of taking the exam with less notice. To schedule your exam and to find out more about the ProctorU service, please visit If you do not see your exam listed on the ProctorU website, please contact your instructor; the ProctorU service is only available for online courses (those that are 100% online, 100% online with set meeting times, or at least 50% online) and your course may not be eligible if it is a traditional face-to-face course. If you are enrolled in an online course and do not see your exam, please ask that your instructor to contact to get started with the ProctorU service. Please note that, typically, only the midterm and final examinations are available via the ProctorU service.
  3. If you are unable to attend your instructor's testing sessions or use the ProctorU service, then you will need to schedule a testing appointment with one of the campus testing centers or with an approved off-campus facility. Please note that on-campus testing centers have limited capacity and testing hours so ProctorU will be your most flexible option for scheduling exams.

    For your convenience, we have provided several locations where you can take the exams with a proctor.  You are permitted to find your own proctor and location (all costs associated will be your responsibility).  However, the proctor and location you select must be approved by the instructor at least five business days prior to the exam date.

    Proctor Identification and Approval Form
    (for proctors outside Kent State University). 

What a proctor does:

  • Verify the identity of the student. 
  • Verify that the student took the exam without use of unauthorized books, notes, or reference aides of any kind. 
  • Remain in the room while the student takes the exam. 
  • Verify that the student did not leave the room during the exam. 
  • Collect all the papers and questions at the conclusion of the exam.  
  • Sign an examination cover sheet verifying that the exam was supervised under the proper conditions, if required by the instructor. 
  • Return the exam to the faculty member per the faculty member's instructions.

A proctor is usually someone who is employed full-time in education. Relatives, direct supervisors, or church leaders are not approved proctors. There are several proctor sites with which Kent State University works; those are listed below. You can also choose an alternate site, but must submit a request to do so five business days prior to the test date--instructions are at the bottom of this page.

How Physical Test Proctoring Works:

  1. You select the proctor site that is most convenient to you, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL THE SITE AND MAKE A RESERVATION FOR TESTING.
    1. If you are testing at a Kent State University campus, please have the instructor contact that campus with details of the exam prior to the scheduling of the exam and to authorize the campus to administer the test to you.
    2. If you are testing somewhere other than a Kent State University campus, At least five business days before your exam, fill out and submit the online form (.Doc) to notify (KSU or instructor) of your proctoring arrangement. If you are planning to use a proctoring site OTHER than those on the list below, see the bottom of this page for proctor qualifications.
  2. Arrive at the testing location promptly at the scheduled time. Students arriving late may be asked to reschedule their appointments based upon facility resources.
  3. Take the exam at the testing location; the proctor will administer the exam exactly to the directions provided by the instructor. Questions that arise about the exam should be directed to the instructor after the testing has completed.
  4. The exam will be returned to the instructor per the instructions provided by the instructor.

 A few things you need to know about proctor sites: 

  • Proctor sites MAY charge fees for their services. The student is responsible for paying all fees for proctoring. We work to provide sites that are free or charge minimal fees. The list below includes the fee charged by the site. If you plan to use an alternate site when you call for an appointment you should ask that site if a fee is charged.
  • If you have any questions regarding suitable proctors, contact your instructor.

Kent State University Proctor Sites


Details & Testing Times

ID Requirement (one form of ID)

Kent State University @ Kent 
Office of Continuing and Distance Education
Lincoln Building
120 North Lincoln Street
Kent, OH  44242

The testing will be by appointment only. No Monday, evening, or weekend hours available. Limited capacity.

Kent State University students should contact to schedule an appointment for their proctored test at least one week in advance of their test date. Students must provide the following information when requesting an appointment:

  • Full Name
  • Instructor's Name
  • Full Course Name
  • Desired Test Date and Time Options

Faculty members should use the same email address to send information regarding their tests, computer password for accessing online tests or other information their student will need to know to successfully complete their test.

Rescheduling policy: In the event of needing to reschedule an exam, we require 48 hours’ notice (two working business days) to reschedule your exam. While we will attempt to accommodate your request to reschedule, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to reschedule for your desired time based upon our available resources. Rescheduling with less than 48 hours’ notice will be considered a cancellation which will require a full weeks’ notice to reschedule the exam.

The proctored testing service will be provided in the Lincoln Building on the Kent Campus. The service is available to any Kent State University student. Students will be required to present a government-issued or Kent State University photo ID to their test proctor when they come to take their test.  

This service is not available for entire classes of students or for non-Kent State University courses.


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Ashtabula

Office of Academic Service
located in Library
3300 Lake Rd W
Ashtabula, Ohio 44004

Please schedule an appointment with Teresa Bates by email or phone 440-964-4255

Mon: 7:30 a.m. - noon, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Tues: 8 a.m. - noon, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Weds: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m., 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Thurs: 7:30 a.m. – noon,  2 p.m.  -  5 p.m.

48 Hour notice required
No Walk-ins
**Special arrangements are available.

****Our hours do change to accommodate our students. Check our website for our latest schedule.***

Non-KSU students: $75.00


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ East Liverpool
400 East Fourth Street
East Liverpool, OH 43920

Please schedule an appointment with Deborah Woods
by phone or email 2 or 3 days in advance

Please visit

Mon - Thurs after 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. by appointment only.


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Geauga
14111 Claridon-Troy Road
Burton, OH  44021

Kent State University
Regional Academic Center
2745 Creekside Drive
Twinsburg, OH 44087

Geauga Campus

Testing schedule at Geauga Campus in Burton:
Mondays at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m.
Fridays at 10 a.m.
2nd Saturday of the Month (2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10) at 10 a.m.

Regional Academic Center

Testing is made by appointment.  Walk-ins are not permitted.  Please contact us 4-5 days in advance.  To schedule appointment, please call Student Services front desk at 330-888-6400 or email Jennifer Sayre at or Tracy Jarden at

Testing times:
Mondays at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m.
Fridays at 9:00 a.m.
1st Saturday of the Month (2/1, 3/1, 4/5, 5/3) at 9:00 a.m.


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Salem
2491 State Route 45
Salem, OH  44460-9412
Go to the Academic Center

Please contact Lisa Curran  or 330-337-4190 to schedule an appointment.

Testing Hours:
Monday 9 a.m. - noon,
Tuesday 1 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Wednesday 1 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - noon

Closed Final Exam Week


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Stark Academic Success Center
6000 Frank Ave. NW
North Canton, OH  44720

Please schedule an appointment by calling Academic Success Center at 330-244-5050 or emailing

Testing Times
Mon - Thurs 9:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Fri 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Trumbull
4314 Mahoning Ave N.W.
Warren, OH  44483

Tests are by appointment only. Schedule an appointment by calling the Learning Center (330-675-8868) 48 hours prior to the test time.

Testing time for Summer:

Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (test must be completed by 5 p.m.)

Testing times for Fall & Spring:
Wednesday: 6 p.m. (test must be completed by 8 p.m.)
Thursday:     1 p.m.
Friday:          10 a.m. & 1 p.m.(test must be completed by 3 p.m.)


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Kent State University @ Tuscarawas
Founders Hall Library
300 University Dr.
New Philadelphia, OH 44663

Testing is done by appointment.  Please call The Office of Academic Services at 330-308-7447.

Appointment times can be made for times between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.


Valid Driver's License

State Issued ID Card

Using an Alternate Proctor Site

The following are approved proctors for exams:

  • Faculty and administrative staff at public- private college and universities
  • Full-time school or public librarian
  • Guidance counselor/counseling staff
  • Full-time teacher or staff member
  • Corporate training officer
  • Embassy education officer
  • Military base/station education officer
  • Base commander
  • Local college testing center
  • Education Center staff

Akron-area Testing Locations

Akron-Summit County Public Library: Akron Branch
60 High St
Akron, OH  44306
Main Library Teen Department, 330-643-9067
Info: No Charge, Possible copy, postal and fax fees, Computers Available for Tests, Semi – Unsupervised
Testing Information        

Hudson Library
96 Library Street
Hudson, OH 44236-5122
Contact: Reference Department 330-653-6658 ext. 1010
Info: No Charge, Requires Self-addressed and Stamped Envelope, Computers Available, Semi – Mostly Supervised

Silvan Learning Center: Stow
3500 Hudson Dr., Suite 5
Stow, OH 44224
Contact: Brittney or Melissa 330-929-6554 or e-mail
Info: Computers Available, Charge $50 

State Library of Ohio
274 E. First Ave., Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43201
Contact: 614-644-7061
Info: Tests are proctored on a case by case basis, Very Limited

University of Akron
The Counseling Center/Testing Service
306 Simmons Hall Room 304
Contact: Brenda Rodgers or Lori Horton 330-972-7084
Info: Charge $20.00 per hour

State-wide Institutions





Contact Info



University of Akron

Counseling  Center /Testing Services 306 Simmons Hall Room 304


Brenda Rodgers or Lori Horton


$20 per hour


Ohio University Athens Campus

Lifelong & Distance Learning Testing Center / 018 Haning Hall


Dorinda Hoyd

Reservations: Mon - Fri 8 am-5 pm, Tues until 7:00 pm and Sat 9:00 am



Ohio University Chillicothe Campus

101 University Dr, Chillicothe
Bennett Hall Room 274

Julie Rosenbaugh


24 hour notice required for testing

Bring photo ID.

$10 per test


Cleveland State University

Testing Center 
2124 Chester Avenue
Rhodes Tower West #215
Cleveland, OH 44115

216-687-2212 Fax


Iris Zana


$40 per exam

Cuyahoga Community College - Western Campus

11000 Pleasant Valley Rd, Parma

Sally Kurowski


216-987-5698 or 216-987-5257


Columbus State Community College

Testing Center

550 E Spring St (AQ002), Columbus

Michelle Parks


M-Thurs 9-8, F&S 9-4:30

download a payment form at

$25 per exam

Franklin University

Student Learning Center

201 S Grant Ave. Columbus

M-Thurs 10-8, F 10-4
Sat 9-5


$25 per exam


Sinclair Community College

Testing Center / Room 10-445

444 W Third St. Dayton

Anne Collins



University of Dayton

Counseling Center / 127 Gosiger hall

300 College Park,

Gail Krumheuer


$20 per hour


Lorain County Community College

The Testing and Assessment Center

1005 N Abbe Rd, Elyria

Mercedes Perez
Summer hours M-Thurs 8:30 am - 7:30 pm, Fri 8:30 - 5:00 and Saturday 10-2. We currently do not schedule appoitments but once we receive your exam from KSU you will be able to take the exam during the designated time frame chosen by your instructor. The exam information can be sent to the email above. Once your exam is received you many contact the Testing Center to verify receipt of your exam 440-366-7773.

Please note that a testing fee will apply for students taking exams not related to their University Partnership Program. For testing registration information and testing payment go to the following website The testing fees are in-county $20.00 and out-of-county $25.00. Students are required to bring in a photo ID and a payment receipt for testing.  The Testing Center is on a walk-in basis and is located in the College Center in room 233. If additional information is required please contact me at 440-366-4947.   

$20 in- county, $25 out-of-county

Student ID and payment receipt


Ohio University Southern Campus

Learning Center 

1804 Liberty Ave, Ironton

Janet Wagner




Ohio University Lancaster Campus

Testing Center Brasee Hall Rm 443

1570 Granville Pike, Lancaster

Kathy Holt

740-654-6711,  ext 245

M-F 8:30 – 5  late Wed 7:30

$10 per test


North Central State College

2441 Kenwood Circle, Mansfield 


Bruce Sliney




Washington State Community College

Center for Student Success
Arts & Sciences Building

710 Colegate Dr, Marietta

Cheryl Sauls




Hocking College

Testing Center, JL 363A

3301 Hocking Parkway, Nelsonville

Marlene Hook Love or Kensey


indicate you are a university center student when contacting



Central Ohio Technical College

1179 University Drive
Newark, OH


Kendra Kinkous


M-Thurs 8:00 – 7:30

$25 per test


Ohio University Pickerington Center

off Route 33

12933 Stonecreek Dr, Pickerington

K Butler

614-367-9371 ext: 674

$10 per test


Ohio University Proctorville Center

border of West Virginia

305 State St, Proctorville

Susan Haggard




Ohio University Eastern Campus


45425 National Rd, St. Clairsville

Donna Capezzuto




Owens Community College

Testing Center

 Perrysburg, Findlay

Ph 567-661-8378 (fax for Perrysburg) 567-667-2529 (fax for Findlay) 419-429-3620 complete an application with payment for each test a few days prior then call to schedule appointment after payment has been made. Phone number is the same for both campuses.

$25 per test


Ohio University Zanesville Campus

Learning Advancement Center

1425 Newark Rd, Zanesville

Liesta Walker




Youngstown State

Testing Office


Amy Gordon


$25.00 per test


University of Findlay

Old Main Room 45

1000 North Main St

Donna Smith