Proctored Testing for Bucks Online
Due to the COVID pandemic, many alternative proctoring sites have remained closed, have limited hours, or have added a fee. Students will need to carefully review the alternative proctoring testing sites to determine availability. Please note, to start your exam, you will need to have one form of government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, military-issued ID).
Proctor U Info
Online classes may require that students take exams in a secure, proctored environment. For those living within or near to Bucks County, proctored testing services are available free of charge on a walk-in basis at the Newtown campus. The specific days and hours for testing services at the Newtown campus varies by semester. For more information regarding proctored testing at the Newtown campus, visit the Testing Center website.
Alternative testing locations are available for those unable to travel to a campus, but all testing must occur within the United States. Please review the Alternative Proctored Testing information for details.
If proctored testing is required in an online class, students are responsible to plan their schedules accordingly within the time frame of the exam dates as stated in the Faculty Syllabus.
If your course uses a learning management system, such as Canvas or MyLab/Mastering, then you m ust be sure you know how to access your test within that system before coming to one of the Testing Center locations. If you are unsure, then please review any quiz taking tutorials available or contact your instructor prior to coming to a testing center.
Please review the Statement on Appropriate Behavior During a Test issued by the Testing Center.