Proctor Information

Proctor: Jaimee Belzer
Proctor’s title: University Center Program & Academic Advisor
Email: universitycenter@email.socc.edu
Phone: 541.888.1518

Proctor Site
Southwestern Oregon University Center
Randolph 6
1988 Newmark Ave.
Coos Bay, OR 97420

University Center Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00-4:00 pm
*special accommodations for later times may be made in advance if necessary.

 

  • Students request the tests from their respective university and list the University Center (UC) as their proctor site. The university will then send the test information to the UC. Every university has their own process for setting up a proctor and the respective university’s protocol must be followed.
  • The University Center accommodates both electronic and paper tests. Our computers host Respondus LockDown Browser, which is routinely updated.
  • The UC may need to be approved as a proctor site if the respective university has never partnered with the UC before. Contact the testing services at the respective university if you have any questions regarding this. The UC will help in filling out any paperwork that needs to be done for this process.
  • Testing is FREE at the UC.
  • If accommodations are needed, please contact the respective university as well as communicate this with the UC.
  • Students should schedule a time to take their tests during regular UC business hours, keeping in mind the time limit for the exam (often 1-2 hrs. but sometimes longer).
  • Please schedule tests at least 1-2 weeks in advance. Midterms & finals week can fill up quickly.
  • Have the following information: university, course name & number, instructor’s name, exam dates and student’s contact information. 
  • Bring a current picture id.
  • Only material allowed (scratch paper, notes, calculator, etc.) may enter the testing room (i.e. no cellphones, tablets, laptops, purses, backpacks, etc. are allowed in the testing room, unless instructor allows students to use their own computer).
  • Please call if you are running late, as there may be multiple tests scheduled throughout the day.

Oregon State Ecampus (OSU)
To set up a proctor via Ecampus, login to your ONID account and complete the “exams and proctoring form.” The student will receive a confirmation email via their ONID once the exam is sent to the proctor. *Note that both Southwestern Oregon Community College and Southwestern Oregon University Center are approved proctor sites. Make sure to select the UC as your proctor choice.

For more information on proctoring via OSU Ecampus, visit http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/services/proctoring/

Eastern Oregon University (EOU)
The UC in an approved testing site/regional center for EOU, therefore, unless your professor specifically requests so, no additional form is needed to take a test in the UC. Please do contact the University Center and let us know that you will need our services during the term.

For more information on proctoring via EOU Testing Services, visit https://www.eou.edu/testing/how-to-establish-a-testing-proctor/

Southern Oregon University (SOU)
At SOU, the student communicates directly with their instructor in regards to where they will be proctoring tests. The UC then receives exam information via email from the instructor.

For more information on proctoring via SOU, visit http://www.sou.edu/distanceeducation/students/taking-online-course.html#proctored-exams

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