Some online courses offered by Michigan community colleges via the MCCVLC may require proctored testing as an assessment activity. (Note: a "proctored" test is one that is taken in the physical presence of someone known to and trusted by the course instructor and who can confirm the identity of the student taking the test. Most often, this is the staff in the college testing center, but occasionally it is someone else.) MCCVLC students do not necessarily need to travel to the campus of the provider college in order to take a proctored test - the MCCVLC makes it possible for the test to be proctored at a student's home college. Additional information and electronic request forms are available below for both students requesting a proctored test and faculty needing to schedule a test at a remote college testing facility.
- Student Test Proctoring Information and Testing Request Form
- Instructor Test Proctoring Information and Testing Request Form
Information for each Michigan community college testing center is linked below. Just click on the location:
This test proctoring request system developed with support from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education.