The Testing Center is the default test proctor for all Clarkson College students. It provides a convenient, on-campus facility to complete proctored exams as required by many online courses. The Testing Center may also proctor makeup exams for on-campus classes (with prior approval from the specific instructor).
- Go to OneLogin, and enter your User ID and Password (same as your student e-mail login).
- Click the Canvas tile on your OneLogin dashboard.
- Select the Help button at the bottom of your Canvas dashboard menu, and select Testing Center Information.
- Click the Register, Schedule and Manage Appointments link.
- Complete your one-time registration.
- Enter your information into the registration form. Be sure to use your Clarkson College student e-mail address.
- After submitting your registration, select the Make Appointments tab and your Course and Test Type.
- Click on a white cell of the date and time you would like to begin the exam. Click “+” to view subsequent weeks.
- Review for accuracy, and click to finalize or revise.
- If you are unable to attend your scheduled appointment time, you must cancel or reschedule the appointment online no less than two hours prior to the scheduled appointment.
How to Schedule an Off-Campus Proctored Exam
If you are enrolled in online courses that require proctoring services but are unable to use the Testing Center on the Clarkson College campus, you will need to complete the online Off-Site Test Proctor Request form by the end of the first week of classes. Off-site proctors must meet all Testing Center requirements.
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Testing Center Guidelines & Accommodations
Procedures & Guidelines
- Be sure to review the Testing Center Rules and Responsibilities on the College website before arriving to take your exam.
- Check-in with a photo ID.
- During testing, all personal items are placed in a cubby area. Only proctor-issued scratch paper and a calculator are allowed.
- Academic integrity is expected.
For information about testing services available to individuals with disabilities, contact the Accommodations Coordinator. Examples of exam accommodations include an exam scribe, exam reader, low-distraction environment, assistive technology aids, wheelchair-accessible computer, and/or extended time to complete your test. If approved, testing accommodations must be made in advance with your instructor and the Testing Center Coordinator.
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