Remote Testing Services
Students who live outside a 50-mile radius of campus who cannot visit the DELTA Testing Office to take exams may be able to use a proctor in their local area.
All proctoring arrangements are subject to your instructor's approval. Appropriate proctoring services include local colleges, universities, and in some instances, public libraries. Proctors must provide their work email address (no Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc). The student is responsible for finding an appropriate proctor. Once a proctor has been approved, students will be responsible for scheduling their exam(s) accordingly. If the institution has a test administration fee, or if the proctor requires compensation, the student must cover the cost. Locate proctors in your area.
NOTE: There may be additional fees associated with student identity verification for students who take remotely proctored exams.
Sign up for remote proctoring using the Remote Proctoring Student Signup Form. The map below shows the locations of proctors that are recommended by DELTA Testing Services. You do not need to use one of these proctors, but using one of these will expedite your proctoring request. You may enter any proctor you wish on the Remote Proctoring Student Signup Form below. Select your proctor using the drop-down menu on this form.
PLEASE NOTE: You are required to log in with your Unity ID & Password.
Click the red balloon markers below to find out more information about that recommended proctor, or drag the map to find proctors in other areas.
Be aware that the approval process may take several business days, and no materials will be sent until your proctor completes the Proctor Agreement Form sent by our office.
Students are responsible for any charges for proctoring services by remote proctors. For security reasons, the DELTA Testing Center cannot accept any remote proctors submitted by email or phone. Student MUST contact their proposed proctor and verify all test dates with them prior to submitting their information.
No exam information will be released until the proctor is approved. You and your proctor will be notified via email once your proctoring arrangements have been approved.
telephone: (919) 513-1513
toll free: 1-866-467-8283
fax: (919) 515-1365
Additional Proctoring Resources
The National College Testing Association maintains a list of testing centers across the nation. You can visit their website for complete information on locations and procedures.